Plan your trip to Edgbaston

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 and purchase your tickets in advance
  • Please leave the car at home and use public transport wherever possible, there are many great rail and public bus routes
  • Allow enough time for your journey and getting into the stadium, the surrounding area can be extremely busy near the start of the match
  • Gates usually open 2 hours before the start of play

Get to the ground


From 6 September, West Midlands Railway will be running more trains than at any time since the pandemic. In fact, almost as many trains as they did before COVID.

This enhanced timetable is the most significant step up in rail capacity since lockdown and will see the introduction of longer trains running modular routes to boost reliability.

Passengers are reminded that wearing a face covering is compulsory on trains and in stations unless exempt for medical reasons. West Midlands Railway look forward to welcoming you on board.

Please visit for the latest timetables.


By Rail

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


Shuttle Bus

We run a Shuttle Bus service with National Express from the City Centre to Edgbaston for all major matches


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.


By Car

Car parking at nearby sites is available to purchase for all major matches. But first, please do consider using public transport.

Car Parking

Matchday parking can be pre-booked at for all major matches at Edgbaston.

Please do not contemplate driving without first booking your car park space – there are only a limited number of spaces available and this will guarantee you a parking spot close to the stadium.

If you are attending an event on a non-matchday, limited on-site parking will be available free-of-charge.


Shuttle Bus

Shuttle Bus service will be available for all Major Matches in 2020. It will also run on selected Birmingham Bears fixtures (excluding Sunday fixtures), please check the match Spectator Guide for details.

The 501 Shuttle Bus pick-up point is located from right outside New Street Station on Smallbrook Queensway (opposite TK Maxx and close to the Bullring). The service is convenient for users of both New Street and Moor Street Train Stations.

Buses will be running back from the stadium to the city centre after the close of play.

A return journey on the shuttle bus service is available for just £5 for adults and £3.50 for children. You can pre-book your ticket online at or you can purchase on the day.


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