The Rugby Groud Guide

Travel

Air: Birmingham Airport is just over 30 miles from Worcester

From the airport you can take a train to Birmingham New Street Station, and change there for a connecting service to Worcester. Transfer time is around 80 minutes.

 

Rail: Worcester has two train stations: Foregate Street in the city centre, and Shrub Hill on the edge of the main shopping area.

Either station can be used for access to the ground though Foregate Street, being situated just off the High Street, gives better access to local pubs and shops.

 Worcester Foregate Street is the main rail hub. Regular trains run to London Paddington.

Rugby Special bus service outside station every 10 minutes.

Or make  your way to Worcester Bus Station which is approximately a 15-minute   walk into the city centre or take a short   taxi ride-there is a taxi rank right outside the station.

A taxi to Sixways Stadium will cost about £8.00.

From Worcester Bus Station catch the Rugby Special Service.

 

Road:

Leave M5 at Junction 6, and follow A 4538 to Droitwich

Sixways is on your left 200 metres after joining this road.

Park and Ride: Take Junction 7 off the M5 motorway and follow the yellow AA"Worcester Rugby-Park County Hall and Ride signs too County Hall (1 Mile)

A special Express Bus Service operates direct from County Hall to Sixways Stadium at regular intervals.

Buses return from Sixways   Stadium to County Hall after the match   every few minutes.

Park and Ride: Take Junction 6 off the  M5 motorway and follow the A449 signposted to Kidderminster,Blackpole Industrial Estate  East taking the next junction  signposted Blackpole, then follow yellow AA "Worcester Rugby "Park and Ride" signs for Blackpole Parking and bus service.(Approx. 2 miles)

A special Express Bus Service operates direct from Blackpole   Industrial Estate east and Froude Hofman to Sixways Stadium at frequent intervals.

Buses return from Sixways Stadium to Blackpole after the match every few minutes.

Parking: Season ticket owners only on site on matchdays

Off-site parking and park-and-ride is available.

Park and Walk: Take Junction 6 off the M5 Motorway and follow the A4440 turning to Warndon Villages .Follow the yellow signs marked "Worcester Rugby-Park and Walk."

The stadium is approximately 15 minutes walk from the car parks and is signposted.

 

 

 

Last Updated July 2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

 

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