Stoke City Football Club, Britannia Stadium, Stanley Matthews Way, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 4EGBY MOTOR VEHICLE
Leave the M6 at Junction 15 and take the second exit (straight on) at the first roundabout onto the A500. Exit the A500 at the second slip road and then keep to the right for the A50. At the roundabout take the second exit (right) to join the A50 (the Britannia Stadium is signposted and visible on the sky-line to the right).
Once on the A50 take the first exit and head up the bank towards the traffic lights. Turn right at the traffic lights and head over the fly-over. Take the third exit (right) at the first roundabout, the first exit (left) at the second roundabout and the third exit (right) at the third roundabout to reach the stadium.
Take the A50 to Stoke-on-Trent. Exit at the last slip road on the A50 with the stadium on the left. Take the third exit (straight on) at the first roundabout and third exit (right) at the second to reach the stadium.
Stoke-on-Trent station is situated on the West Coast Mainline and provides easy access from Manchester, Birmingham, London, Derby and Crewe.
Supporters arriving by train on a matchday can take a two-minute walk to Glebe Street in Stoke town centre where buses run to the stadium at regular intervals. Turn right out of the station and take the next right to go under a bridge. Follow the road to the end and turn left, down a bank and into Glebe Street. Buses depart on the left hand side by the St Peter's Church.
There are a number of bus services that run through Trentham Lakes and past the Britannia Stadium all week long.
Wardles Transport run the 'Plumline' and '500' services while bakerbus operate the '350' service. Visit www.stokebus.info
for more information.
On a matchday, there is an increased level of buses which travel to and from the stadium.
For more information and a host of timetables for Matchday Buses, click HERE.
- National Express also run many coaches to the Stoke-on-Trent City Centre bus station from around the UK.
Pedestrians can walk to the Britannia Stadium on a matchday from Stoke town centre using existing footpaths along the bridge over the A500 which leads to the Incinerator access road to link up with the footway/cycleway (and the bridge over the canal and railway line) to the stadium.
Pedestrians can also link up with the footway from the towpath which runs along the Trent and Mersey canal. Supporters can walk from Heron Cross (Grove Road) and Hollybush (Highfield Drive) to the stadium, along a footway/cycleway.
There is NO PEDESTRIAN ACCESS along the busy A500 or A50 roads. Finally, pedestrians can walk to the stadium along Stanley Matthews Way running up from Trentham Road (A5035).
MATCHDAY ACCESS & PARKING
On matchdays, access to the Britannia Stadium is strictly limited to vehicles with parking permits for car parks NORTH, WEST 1 and WEST 2.
Supporters who are allowed access from the A50 should follow signs which indicate coach and disabled parking.
Car parks will open from 11.00am for an afternoon match and from 4.00pm for a night match.
Access to the car parks is available from the A50 and the junction for Stanley Matthews Way on Trentham Road (A5035).
The Britannia Stadium is controlled under a Traffic Order on event / matchdays and supporters arriving should follow the instructional signage and comply with the instructions of Traffic Marshalls and Stewards.
The traffic management order for Britannia Stadium is operated by Event People Ltd. For information on the traffic management scheme please telephone 0845 387 1685 (REF: SCFC)
Parking is available at the Britannia Stadium on non-matchdays directly outside the Club's Superstore, Ticket Office and Administration offices on car parks WEST 1 and WEST 2, with access from the A50 and the junction for Stanley Matthews Way on Trentham Road (A5035).