Gates open 1 hour before play starts.
Remember, your ticket gives you access to both the men’s and women’s matches on the same day, so make sure you get there for the first game!
Match day start times vary, so make sure you’ve looked at your ticket in the app to see what time the first game starts.
Click here to read the Spectator Code of Conduct for Trent Bridge.
Trent Bridge’s Ground regulations can be found here.
FOOD & DRINK
There's a range of food and drink outlets within the ground to suit all tastes. Food options around the ground include:
- Wood Fired Pizza
- Leg before Fillet (Chicken & Chips)
- The Grill (Handmade burgers & chip)
- Catch of the Day (Fish & Chips)
- Hog Roast & BBQ Brisket
- Ice Cream vans
- Big Melted Cheese Toasties
A wide selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase at a number of bars throughout the concourses.
Please note that Trent Bridge is a cashless venue and only card payment will be taken.
Official Trent Bridge car parking, which is located on Bridge Field (NG2 6AP) 200 yards from the venue and will need to be booked in advance, is available for purchase here.
Paid for road parking, in close proximity to the ground, can be found on the Victoria Embankment. This location usually has the most available space – head for the postcode NG2 2JY. Parking costs £10 for the day.
Anyone travelling by car from outside the city can take advantage of NET’s free park & ride facilities located around Nottingham.
The most convenient tram park & ride site for the A453 can be found at Clifton South (17-minute tram travel time), stopping at Meadows Embankment, where spectators can then take a pleasant walk (around 20 minutes) along the river to Trent Bridge. For more details visit www.thetram.net/park-and-ride.aspx
The ground is approximately a 20-minute walk from Nottingham Train Station towards West Bridgford and over the bridge, with regular buses also taking the route. Visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or www.eastmidlandstrains.co.uk
The nearest tram stop to Trent Bridge is Queens Walk; this is located around a 20 minute walk from the ground. Alternatively a stop at Nottingham Train Station can be found just a 20 minute walk away. To help plan your journey visit www.thetram.net
Anyone travelling by car from outside the city can take advantage of NET’s free park & ride facilities located around Nottingham. The most convenient tram park & ride site can be found at Clifton South (17 minute tram travel time), stopping at Meadows Embankment, where spectators can then take a pleasant walk (around 20 minutes) along the river to Trent Bridge. For more details visit www.thetram.net/park-and-ride.aspx
Pram and pushchair parking
A pram & pushchair station will be available over in the Woodhead Hall, which can be found at the back of the Hound Road Stand. Kindly note this is an unmanned area so please do not leave anything of value behind.
Click here to see the Accessibility Information for Trent Bridge.
Get the Trent Rockets kit before your trip to Trent Bridge. You can also get the kit online, here.
To access the Cloud please see the following steps below.
- Check your WiFi is on
- Select WiFi Zone - The Cloud from the available network list
- Follow on screen instructions to register or log on