The Rugby Groud Guide

Travel

Air:

Manchester Airport is the largest airport outside London and is served by at least 13 locations throughout Britain as well as more than 50 international destinations.

 

Rail:

Manchester Piccadilly is the main station for trains to and from the rest of the country.

London Euston is just over 2 hours away

Nearest station to the stadium is Irlan (5.8km).Walk 5 minutes to Liverpool  Road/Railway Inn and take the No 67 bus along Liverpool Road.

www.thetrainline.co.uk

Trams: Nearest station is Eccles , which is 2 miles from the stadium. From here you can take the No 67 bus along Liverpool Road.

www.metrolink.co.uk

 

Road: The stadium is located at Barton, close to Junction 11 of the   M60 on the A57 Liverpool RoadN.B.Until the stadium postcode becomes operational on sat nav devices,  please use the

Postcode - M30 7LJ

Parking: Match day parking tickets at the stadium cost £5 a car, but   must be pre-purchased.

A limited number of parking spaces will be available at City Airport (a 10-minute walk away) and Salford City Academy (a 20-minute walk away)

 

 

 

Last Updated July 2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

 

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