Directions to the Grounds
The M4 motorway joins Bath to London in the East and Wales in the West. The M5 links the city with the Midlands to the North, with Somerset, Devon and Cornwall to the South. Bath is best accessed from J18 of the M4. Please use Bath's Park & Ride facilities wherever possible. There are several Council run Park & Ride sites serving Bath City Centre which is just a few minutes walk from The Recreation Ground. By rail
Bath Spa station, which is just a five minute walk from the Recreation Ground, is connected to London and the South West by Intercity services. Bath also has direct rail links to Cardiff, Salisbury and Southampton. Regular services to Bristol Temple Meads connect with services to Birmingham and the Midlands.
There is no on-site parking for supporters at Sandy Park. For supporters travelling to games by car, parking is available at either the nearby Crealy Adventure Park or Westpoint Arena at a cost of £5 per vehicle and includes a free, regular shuttle service for occupants to and from the stadium, both before and after the game has been played. All car parks will be signposted clearly from Junction 30 on the M5.
Exeter St David's Station is the nearest mainline station. The Exeter to Exmouth railway line runs right past the stadium with a very regular service on match days. Using the bridge over the A379, Digby & Sowton Station is less than 10 minutes' walk from Sandy Park
By Road From the North, South or East: Leave the M5 at junction 11 and follow signs for Gloucester, A40. Follow the dual carriageway to roundabout, turn right following A40 signs to Gloucester / Ross on Wye. Follow the dual carriageway to the next roundabout (Longford Roundabout), and turn left following A38 signs to Gloucester City Centre. You come to another roundabout (Tewkesbury Road Roundabout), go straight across following signs to Gloucester City Centre; you are now on the Kingsholm Road. Kingsholm Stadium is approximately 800 yards on the right hand side of the road.
By Road from the West:
Use the A48 or A40 into Gloucester. On the approaching Gloucester use the A40 Gloucester Northern Bypass. You will then come to the Longford Roundabout and take directions as listed above.
Gloucester Rugby Park & Ride: The Club's Park and Ride facility runs every 20 minutes for two hours before and after each home Premiership fixture. Supporter's vehicles can be securely parked at the British Energy overspill car park at Barnwood which is signposted around the city with yellow AA road signs. More than 600 cars can use this facility into Kingsholm and it is easy for all supporters with excellent access from junction 11A of M5.
There is an excellent service from Gloucester with regular trains to the all parts of the country. The station is less than a 10 minute walk from Gloucester Rugby. Come out of the station, turn right and follow the road towards Kingsholm from where signposts will lead you to the ground.
From the M3: Follow the M3 until it ends at the Sunbury roundabout. Continue up the A316 Chertsey Road, over three roundabouts. Continue for 2 miles. With Twickenham Rugby Stadium on your left, Quins' ground is on the right. U-turn at the RFU roundabout. Enter the Stoop via Langhorn Drive, 450 yards on your left.
From the M4: Leave the M4 at Junction 3. Take the 3rd exit of the Roundabout for the A312, towards Feltham (A3006). Continue along the A312 for 4.5 miles. At the A305 / A316 roundabout, turn left onto the A316. Follow the A316 Chertsey Road, over three roundabouts. Continue for 2 miles. With Twickenham Rugby Stadium on your left, Quins' ground is on the right. U-turn at the RFU roundabout. Enter the Stoop via Langhorn Drive, 450 yards on your left.
Twickenham station is served by trains from London Waterloo and Reading, with more services and routes accessible via Clapham Junction. After the match (and after a warming pint or two in the East Stand) there are plenty of trains to return you home safely.
From M1 (North and South) and M69 (East)
Exit the motorway at Junction 21 (M1). Follow the signs for the city centre via Narborough Road (A5460). After 3 miles, at the cross-road junction with Upperton Road, turn right. Continue over the River Soar, onto Walnut Street, and follow the signs to the city centre. The stadium is approximately 1/2 mile ahead
From A6 (South)
Follow the signs for the city centre, coming in via London Road. At the main set of lights opposite the entrance to the railway station (on the right), turn left onto Waterloo Way. Continue over the next set of traffic lights onto Tigers Way. The stadium is immediately in front of you
Parking is not available at the stadium, however parking spaces are available at the King Power Stadium, a 10 minute walk from the stadium, for £5.
London Road Railway Station is a 15 minute walk from the stadium. Upon arrival turn right out of the station, cross the road, turn left onto Waterloo Way, continue to the top of the hill onto Tigers Way and Welford Road is directly in front.
From the M4:
The Madejski Stadium can be approached from the A33 Reading Relief Road which links to the M4 Motorway.
Exit the M4 at Junction 11, heading for Reading on the A33. At the first roundabout, take the 2nd left onto the Reading Relief Road, passing the Stadium on your left. At the next roundabout (past McDonalds) take the first left onto Northern Way and follow signs to car parks.
Great Western Trains
Leave London Paddington at least 5 times per hour and take approximately 23 minutes.
South West Trains
South West Trains from London Waterloo to Reading take approximately 90 minutes via Clapham Junction, Putney, Richmond, Twickenham, Egham, Bracknell and Wokingham amongst other mainline stations.
Virgin Trains travel via Reading from London Paddington.
From London: Join M25 and head for J16 M25/M40. Join M40 and head to J4/A404 High Wycombe. At Junction 4 take slip road and turn right, over the motorway and then take first exit for A4010 (John Hall Way). Follow this road crossing 3 mini roundabouts until the road becomes New Road. Keep on New Road until next mini roundabout take left turn onto Lane End Road. Cross next mini roundabout onto Hillbottom Road, this will take you on to Adams Park.
From West: M40 to J4 M40/A404. At Junction 4 take slip road and turn right, over the motorway and then take first exit for A4010 (John Hall Way). Follow this road crossing 3 mini roundabouts until the road becomes New Road. Keep on New Road until next mini roundabout take left turn onto Lane End Road. Cross next mini roundabout onto Hillbottom Road, this will take you on to Adams Park.
There is pay-on-the-day parking at Adams Park, however there are park and ride alternatives and also, train and ride option available.
Chiltern Railways operate services to High Wycombe from London Marylebone, Aylesbury and Banbury. A free Train & Ride service runs between the train and bus stations in High Wycombe town centre and the stadium before and after games.
Take the Airport exit. At the roundabout, take the exit signposted for Kingston Park. Go straight over 2 roundabouts then, under a metro bridge. Turn right into Brunton Road and after 200 metres the stadium is on your left.
The main railway station is Central Station in Newcastle city centre. From there, take the Metro marked for 'Airport' and get off at Kingston Park station, which is ten stops and approximately 15-20 minutes away.
From the North (via M1)
Exit off motorway at junction 16 and follow the A45 to Northampton. At Cineworld roundabout turn right (down the hill). At TGI Fridays turn left and then straight over the next roundabout (the football ground should now be on your left). Follow signs to car parks.
From the South (via the M1)
Exit off motorway at junction 15A and follow the signs towards Sixfields. Turn right at roundabout (next to TGI Fridays) where Saints supporter car parks are clearly marked. Go straight over mini roundabout next to the Walter Tull Memorial and follow signs for car parks. There are season ticket car parks and pay and display car parks available.
Northampton is on the West Coast main line and is served by London Midland, who provide regular rail services from London Euston and Birmingham New Street. The journey is approx. 1 hour in each direction. Northampton train station is approximately 20 minutes' walk from Franklin's Gardens - turn right out of the station and continue past Thomas A Becket pub, Church and Co factory and bus station. At fork in road bear left and Franklin's Gardens is on your left.
Alternatively take the number 22 bus; the stop is right outside the station. Services run approximately every 20 minutes.
The A1(M) runs from the North of England down into North London, via nearby towns such as Stevenage, Welywn Garden City and Hatfield. At Potters Bar the road merges into the A1 which runs very close to Allianz Park and via car parks at Mill Hill Broadway Station and East Finchley Station.
The A406 (The North Circular) runs through North London and links West and East London together. The road runs very close to car parks at Finchley Central Station and Arnos Grove Station, both of which are then short bus rides to Allianz Park.
The M1 runs from the North of England into North London, via towns such as Watford and Luton. The road runs very close to Edgware Station car park and Mill Hill Broadway Station, which are short bus rides to Allianz Park.
Arrive at Paddington and then make your way to Allianz Park at Copthall via the London Underground tube network or Thames link rail network
From Paddington take the Bakerloo line to Baker Street change onto the Jubilee Line to West Hampstead, exit and cross over the road to the Thames link station, and then take the train to Mill Hill Broadway. Once you arrive at Mill Hill Broadway station you will be able to either take the 221 bus to Allianz Park (Copthall), there is a bus stop in Pursely Street close to the entrance to the playing fields then a 5 minute walk to the stadium.
Take Junction 6 off the M5 motorway. Take the A4538 to Droitwich. There is NO on-site match day parking for non pass holders.
There is a park and walk scheme offered. Take Junction 6 off the M5 motorway and follow the A4440 turning to Warndon Villages. Follow the yellow signs marked 'WRFC - Park and Walk'. The stadium is approximately 15 minutes walk from the car parks and is signposted.
Worcester Shrub Hill Station
Make your way to Worcester Bus Station which is approximately a 15-minute walk into the city centre or take a short taxi ride (there is a taxi rank right outside the station). A taxi to Sixways Stadium will cost approximately £8. From Worcester Bus Station catch the Rugby Special Service.
Worcester Foregate Street Station
Worcester Bus Station is a short walk into the city centre and signposted. From here catch the Rugby Special Bus Service to Sixways.