The Rugby Groud Guide

Travel

Air: Leeds/Bradford Airport is a short cab ride away from the stadium. Alternatively you could take one of the three buses to the city centre.

 

Rail: Leeds City Railway Station is in the city centre. Leeds is on   the East Coast Main Line

You can then transfer to local services. The nearest train stations to Headingly are Burley Park and Headingley, which are both about 5 minutes walk from the ground.

Trains run regularly from Leeds City approximately every 20   minutes.

www.eastcoast.co.uk

www.virgintrains.co.uk

 

Road: Leave the M62 at Junction 27. Pick up the M621, leaving it at Junction 2: signposted to Headingley Carnegie Stadium.. Follow the A643 (A58) Wetherby road- at the next roundabout take the City Centre/Wetherby A58 exit.

Almost immediately, bear left to Ilkley (A65) and the airport. At the lights (TGI Friday is on the left) turn left into Kirkstall Road A65. Go straight on for about 800 yards. There is a sign at the traffic lights showing "   Headingley 1.5 miles”. Stay in the right hand   lane. Turn right and go up the hill to another set of lights at the crossroads. Carry straight on up Cardigan Road (Co-Op    is on the left).

After the pedestrian lights and bus stop turn left into St Michael’s Lane, signposted Headingley Stadium. The ground is on your right hand side.

Parking: Car parking at Headingley Carnegie Stadium is very limited.

 There is an allocation of parking at Easy Space car park on Burley Road, but these are available on a season basis only.

Taxis: Taxis have a pick up and drop off point outside the stadium near Gate B.

By Bus: The following buses go near the ground: 1, 18, 18A, 28, 56, and 97.

For up to-date travel information visit the First Group web site.

www.firstgroup.com/leeds

 

 

Updated July l 2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

 

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