T20 Blast Finals Day has firmly established itself as one of Britain’s biggest sporting days out with four teams, three matches, two finalists and one winner – it’s simply a day not to be missed!
Like all marquee gatherings, Finals Day is a once-in-a-year event, circled during the summer in the calendars of players as well as punters. The festivity you don’t want to miss. The party you just need to be on the list for.
When the battery life of phones are pushed to the limit, with tweet after tweet, selfie after selfie, video after video documenting each moment of revelry to look back on the morning after just so you know “that did really happen”.
2017 saw a record ever attendance at T20 Finals Day, over 1,000 runs scored, a classic singalong between Bumble and Freddie, an unbelievable atmosphere and Notts Outlaws being crowned T20 champions. Make sure you book early and be part of one of the most iconic events in the British sporting calendar - it is simply an unmissable day out.
We are delighted to announce that Edgbaston, for the 10th time, will host the T20 Blast Finals Day on Saturday 15 September 2018. T20 Finals Day is now one of the most iconic events in the British sporting calendar and is simply an unmissable day. The demand for this event gets bigger and bigger every year which again was highlight in 2017 as majority of hospitality packages sold out six months prior to the event.
T20 Blast Finals Day has firmly established itself as one of Britain’s biggest sporting days out with four teams, three matches, two finalists and one winner. Like all marquee gatherings, Finals Day is a once-in-a-year event, circled during the summer in the calendars of players as well as punters. The festivity you don’t want to miss. The party you just need to be on the list for.
If you’re traveling to Edgbaston by car, please note that the streets around the stadium are all residential and as such they are subject to stringent parking restrictions throughout the day.
On-Site Car Parking
The car park at Edgbaston Stadium is exclusively for allocated blue badge permit holders and bookings need to be made in advance of our major match days with our Ticket Office, as there is limited availability. Parking for these fixtures is priced at £15. Please contact the Stadium on 0121 446 3605 or contact us via email.
Off-Site Car Parking
Spectators can pre-booked their car parking which is available for £15, for the whole day, at Priory School (Purple Car Park). The postcode for this site is B15 2UR.
Travelling by Bus
From Broad Street and Five-Ways Island
Service 1 stops outside the ground on Edgbaston Road.
From Bullring (Debenhams bus stops) & Moor Street Station)
Services 45 & 47 provide a frequency of up to every 5 minutes stop on Priory Road, Pershore Road which is only a few seconds away from the ground.
From Bullring (Debenhams bus stops)
Services X61, 63 & X64 stop on Priory Road, Bristol Rd which is a couple of minutes walk from the ground.
From Bullring (Selfridges Entrance) & Digbeth Coach Station
Service 35 takes you just a few minutes walk away from the ground on Willow Road, Edgbaston Road
Go direct to Edgbaston on your local bus from Harborne & Hagley Road
9, 22, 23, 24, 29, 120, 126, 128, 129, 140, 141
Change buses at Five Ways Island and jump onto the 1 service to Edgbaston.
Moseley, Acocks Green & Shirley
On the 1
Cotteridge, Stirchley, Kings Norton, Longbridge
On the 45 & 47
Selly Oak, Northfield
On the X61 & 63
Travelling by Train
Speed into Birmingham New Street at 125mph with Virgin Trains. With 3 trains an hour from London, you’ll be there in the blink of an eye (or 1 hour 24 minutes to be precise!) Leaving the car at home means the whole squad can travel together from start to stumps and you can even enjoy a cheeky pre-game tipple.
Our nearest mainline train station is Birmingham New Street which is 2 miles away from the Stadium. There are a further 2 main train stations in the City Center, Moore Street (3.1 miles away) and Snowhill (3.4 miles away).
The Mascot Race is everyone’s favourite part of Finals Day and we were reminded why with a classic contest. Last year’s champion Alfred G Rilla raced out of the blocks and bounded through the inflatable obstacle course of doom at a fierce pace! Glouscestershire’s star mascot was briefly troubled by a late surge from Middlesex’s Pinky the Panther but it was the main monkey man who got over the line first to take back-to-back titles. Who do you think will take the title in 2018?