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We look forward to welcoming you to Edgbaston Stadium. The following information will help you plan your travel to Edgbaston and offer transport tips to make your visit as enjoyable as possible.

But first, here are some top tips.

  • Plan your journey to and from Edgbaston
  • Allow enough time for your journey and getting into the stadium, the surrounding area can be busy near the start of the match
  • Gates open one hour before the start of play

Get to the ground

Rail

Birmingham New Street Station is the main rail hub for the city, with connections from all over the country.

With flexible tickets, enhanced cleaning and ways to keep you better informed, West Midlands Railway are ready to welcome you back when the time is right.

If you are travelling, there are a few things you can do to have a safer journey:

– Keep your distance where you can.
– Buy your ticket in advance online.
– Wash or sanitise your hands before and after your journey.
– Wear a face covering (if you can) for the whole journey.
– Check how busy your train is before boarding.
– For all the latest travel advice visit wmr.uk/coronavirus.

View latest train timetables at westmidlandsrailway.co.uk.

Hotel

Edgbaston Park Hotel is a contemporary, four-star hotel just a five-minute drive away from Edgbaston Stadium.

It is the nearest hotel to the stadium and only two miles away from Birmingham city centre, making us the ideal choice if you’re travelling via Birmingham’s main transport links.

The hotel has its own train station – University – which is a short stroll from the hotel and runs a high-frequency service to and from New Street Station in just seven minutes.

Check out our latest offers at edgbastonparkhotel.com/special-offers/ or call 0121 414 8888 to book your stay.

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By Rail

Birmingham New Street Station is the main rail hub for the city with connections from all over the country.

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By Bike

Edgbaston Stadium is easy to get to by bike with both the Rea Valley Route and the brandA38 (Bristol Road) cycle route close by.

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By Car

Car parking is available on a pay and display basis at sites near Edgbaston.

Car Parking

Car Parking will be available on-site for annual Car Park Pass holders, Executive Members and Blue Badge holders only.

There will be no parking available to purchase in advance or on the day for this fixture.

Public car parking may also be available on a pay and display basis in Cannon Hill Park and/or the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Centre, but note that these car parks are not operated by Edgbaston.

Public Buses

There are regular local buses to the ground from south-west Birmingham and the city centre. National Express buses 45 and 47 have services between the city centre and Pershore Road which is a 2-minute walk to the ground.

More information on local buses can be found online at nxbus.co.uk.