Whether you are travelling to us by car or by public transport all the information you need to find us here at the Emirates Old Trafford Stadium is available on the downloadable PDF, please click here to view. We have also provided useful links and telephone numbers and car parking information below.
Emirates Old Trafford
Lancashire County Cricket Club
Useful Telephone Numbers
Lancashire CCC – Switchboard
0161 282 4000
Lancashire CCC – Events Team
0161 282 4020
Local Bus and Rail
0161 228 7811
National Rail Timetable and Fare Enquiries
03457 484 950
National Express Coaches
0871 781 8181
Car Parking at the Stadium
The current Gatehouse at the Talbot Road entrance is no longer manned although there will still be a security presence between the hours of 7pm and 7am stationed within the Pavilion Reception.
Unless you have bought a permit with your membership, parking will now be paid for from Pay on Foot Machines that have been installed by the main entrance on Talbot Road and within the Indoor Cricket Centre reception, entrance located on Car Park 4.
Please note that this system may be suspended for certain matches where parking may be limited, and different match day charges may apply – please click on the ‘News’ link at the top of the page where you will find the relevant Spectator Guide prior to each match.
Please note the changes to the parking tariffs below.
0-30 min – FREE
30 min – 1 hour £2.00
1 – 2 hrs £3.00
2 – 3 hrs £3.50
3 – 4 hrs £4.00
4- 5 hrs £4.50
5 – 12 hrs £5.00
12hrs + £13.00 (per 24hrs)
The car parks are named as follows:
Car Park A will be renamed Car Park 1 for the area on the City side of the main entrance (in front of the Old Trafford Lodge) and Car Park 2 for the Stretford side (area in front of The Point).
Car Park B will be renamed Car Park 3 (adjacent to Great Stone Road)
Car Park C will be renamed Car Park 4 (to the rear of C stand)
Vehicle entry gates to Emirates Old Trafford remain as they have been over the last few years with entry and exit from both Talbot Road and Great Stone Road. An addition of a third exit gate is provided from Car Park 2 adjacent to the old Ticket Office on to Talbot Road from which we recommend a left turn only towards Stretford if possible.
Line marking will shortly be installed to ensure a safer flow through our car park, restricting some areas to a one way system. We request that you pay attention to this for the health and safety of both yourself and other car park users.
If you experience any problems while on site, please either use the intercom system or visit the reception in either the Pavilion or Old Trafford Lodge if out of hours.
For any other queries please email: CarParking@lccc.co.uk
Transport for Greater Manchester is the best starting point if you’re planning a journey, with a number of online tools to help you on your way and keep you up to speed with the latest public transport updates.
Metrolink trams provide connections across Greater Manchester with 93 stops right across the region. Metrolink runs every few minutes so you don’t need a timetable, you can just turn up and travel anytime from early morning til late in the evening.
For those visiting the region from further afield there is free parking for Metrolink customers at Park and Ride sites across the network.
Remember to buy your tickets before you board. You can purchase tickets on-stop or by using the get me there app.
Nearest Tram stop: Old Trafford (this stop is directly outside the ground)
Plan your Metrolink journey now on the website
Greater Manchester has an extensive bus network operated by different commercial bus companies. The individual operators will always have the latest information about your service.
Greater Manchester’s rail connections mean it’s easy to get here from anywhere in the country.
Manchester Piccadilly, Deansgate Castlefield and Victoria all have access to tram stops, which will take you directly to the ground.
A free shuttle bus service, provided by Transport for Greater Manchester, links the main train stations, car parks, shopping areas and businesses in Manchester city centre. There are three circular routes to choose from so just hop on and off as often as you like.
Other options to consider
Depending on your journey, active travel may offer the best options for you.
Cycling is a quick and easy way to get around, with a network of cycleways, dedicated lanes, paths and routes providing links across Greater Manchester.
Walking is free, kind to the environment and good for your physical health and mental wellbeing.