Trent Bridge Cricket Ground is situated in West Bridgford, in very close proximity to both Nottingham Forest and Notts County Football Clubs. Our postcode is NG2 6AG.

As you approach, you can’t miss the circular floodlights.

We are a couple of miles from Nottingham City Centre, a mile or so from the train station, and our city is blessed with one of the best public transport networks in the UK.

We have gates through which to enter the ground situated on Bridgford Road, Radcliffe Road, Hound Road and Fox Road.

You’ll need your membership card or match ticket at the ready to gain entry. 

Car Parking

Domestic Matchday Car Parking

Car parking for all Specsavers County Championship, Royal London One-Day Cup and NatWest T20 Blast group stage matches is available at Notts Sports Ground (Lady Bay, postcode NG2 5AA).  Priced at £3 (£2 for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club Members) for Specsavers County Championship and Royal London One-Day Cup matches & £5 (£2 for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club Members) for Vitality Blast Group matches.

Alternatively, T20 Blast parking is available at Bridge Field (postcode NG2 6AP) priced at £5 (£2 for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club Members). Both of these car parks are around a five-minute walk from the ground.

International Matchday Car Parking

Paid for road parking, in close proximity to the ground, can be found on the Victoria Embankment. This location has the most available space – head for the postcode NG2 2JY. Parking costs £10 for the day.

A limited number of passes are available to buy in advance only for the Bridge Field Car Park (NG2 6AP) for the ICC Cricket World Cup match between Australia and Bangladesh (20 June) taking place at Trent Bridge, which is just a short walk from the ground. Parking for the other four games is now sold out. Parking costs £10 for the day (£8 for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club members). Passes can be purchased in advance of the match only by calling the Ticket Office on 0115 899 0300.

There are a number of well-located, secure car parks around the city centre, which can be found on the travel guide above.

Anyone travelling by car from outside the city can take advantage of NET’s free park & ride facilities located around Nottingham.

The most convenient tram park & ride site for the A453 can be found at Clifton South (17-minute tram travel time), stopping at Meadows Embankment, where spectators can then take a pleasant walk (around 20 minutes) along the river to Trent Bridge. For more details visit www.thetram.net/park-and-ride.aspx

As an added incentive to take the tram, NET will be running its £2 return event ticket offer for all match ticket holders. To take advantage of the deal, fans need to select the Event Ticket option from the ticket vending machine before boarding the tram, and make sure they have their match ticket to hand for inspection.

If you have a spare seat in your car, or are looking for a ride, then why not visit http://www.nottinghamshare.com/, the free-to-use car share website, that could save you money on your transport costs.

Bus travel

Regular bus travel is available to the ground, with bus stops situated on Bridgford Road and Radcliffe Road.

To plan your bus journey visit www.nctx.co.uk/cricket

Tram Travel

The nearest tram stop to Trent Bridge is Queens Walk; this is located around a 20 minute walk from the ground. Alternatively a stop at Nottingham Train Station can be found just a 20 minute walk away. To help plan your journey visit www.thetram.net

Anyone travelling by car from outside the city can take advantage of NET’s free park & ride facilities located around Nottingham.  The most convenient tram park & ride site can be found at Clifton South (17 minute tram travel time), stopping at Meadows Embankment, where spectators can then take a pleasant walk (around 20 minutes) along the river to Trent Bridge. For more details visit www.thetram.net/park-and-ride.aspx

As an added incentive to take the tram, NET will be running its £2 return event ticket offer for all match ticket holders. To take advantage of the deal, fans need to select the Event Ticket option from the ticket vending machine before boarding the tram, and make sure they have their match ticket to hand for inspection.

International cricket tram users can take advantage of NET’s free shuttle bus which will run frequently before play. The service will pick up from outside the station and drop off just before Trent Bridge (just a 4 minute walk from the ground). Please see further down our page for full details on this service.

Train travel

The ground is approximately a 20-minute walk from Nottingham Train Station towards West Bridgford and over the bridge, with regular buses also taking the route. Visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or www.eastmidlandstrains.co.uk

Bicycle Parking

Riders are able to park their bikes at the ground for Specsavers County Championship and Royal London One-Day Cup matches only. You’ll find our bike racks on the Smith Cooper Stand and Radcliffe Road Stand concourses, until an hour after close of play

Arriving on foot

If you live locally then walking to our matches is the healthiest and cheapest way to get there. If you’re not sure of the best route try www.walkit.com select ‘Nottingham’ from the drop down menu and type ‘Trent Bridge Cricket Ground’ into the destination box.

Free Trent Bridge Shuttle

International NET free shuttle bus service

International match ticket holders who travel into Nottingham on the tram, can take advantage of a new free shuttle bus service. None tram users attending these matches can also use this service for just £2 return.

The service running in partnership with Skills Coaches, Nottingham Express Transit (NET), will depart from the bus stop on Arkwright Street, which is just a short walk from Nottingham Train Station’s main or Queens Road exit / entrance.  Buses will then drop off near The Embankment Trent Bridge, which is just a few minutes stroll over the bridge to our ground.