Trent Bridge (Nottingham)

Trent Bridge

Trent Bridge is the home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club and has hosted a number of Test Matches, One Day Internationals and Twenty20 internationals.

The ground hosted matches at the 1975, 1979, 1983, 1999 and 2019 Cricket World Cup’s. The semi-final of the 2009 World Twenty20 was also held there, with Pakistan defeating South Africa on their way to winning the tournament.

Trent Bridge also hosted the first Twenty20 Cup Final in 2003, as well as the 2006 Final.

Tenants: Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club

Opened: 1841

Capacity: 17,500

Address: Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Notts, NG2 6AG

Location & Travel to Trent Bridge

Trent Bridge

Trent Bridge is located in the town of West Bridgford, 2 miles south of the centre of Nottingham.

Airport: East Midlands Airport is 12 miles to the south of Trent Bridge and serves many European destinations. From the airport, The Skylink bus service stops at County Hall, right next to the ground.

Thinking of flying? Search & book your flights through Skyscanner here.

Bus: Bus numbers 9 and 19 from the city stop at the County Hall next to the ground.

Coach: Coaches currently run close to Station Street, next to Nottingham Train Station. Megabus offers cheap travel to Nottingham and offers over 10 routes from Barnstaple, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Leeds, Leicester, London, Plymouth and Sheffield. You can search and book your tickets here.

Driving: There are a number of options for parking at Trent Bridge, please consult the club website using the link below for options. Alternatively, park and ride is available at Clifton South, where you can then utilise the tram system for access.

Train: Nottingham Train Station is approximately a 20 minute walk away and has services to Birmingham New Street, Cardiff Central, Derby, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool Lime Street, London St Pancras, Manchester Piccadilly, Norwich,  and Sheffield.

Thinking of catching a train to Nottingham? Search and book your journey through the Trainline here.

Tram: The Nottingham Express Transit has stops at Nottingham Train Station, Meadows Embankment and Queens Walk, both of which are about a 20 minute walk away.

Further information can be found on the Club’s Official Website here.

Tickets at Trent Bridge

Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club Tickets

Tickets for the 2018 season were priced as follows and can be purchased online through the club website here.

Vitality Blast Tickets

  • Adults – £18 advance, £22 on day
  • Seniors (65+) & Under 21s – £13 advance, £15 on day
  • Under 16s – £9 advance, £10 on day
  • Family (2 Adults & 2 Under 16s) – £40 advance, £50 on day

Royal London One-Day Cup Tickets

  • Adults – £17
  • Seniors (65+) & Under 21s – £12
  • Under 16s – £9
  • Family (2 Adults & 2 Under 16s) – £40

Specsavers County Championship Tickets

  • Adults – £17
  • Seniors (65+) & Under 21s – £12
  • Under 16s – £9
  • Under 3s – Free

Trent Bridge Guided Tours

Tours of Trent Bridge are held on selected Tuesdays at 2pm and on selected Saturdays at 10:30am, costing £10 for Adults or £5 for a Concession (child aged 15 or under; adult aged 65 or above). Further information and booking is available through the official website here.

Hotels near Trent Bridge

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Further Information & Events

Trent Bridge Official Website

Last Updated on May 21, 2023 by Sports Tourist

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