Visiting the Etihad Stadium

Visiting the Etihad Stadium

The Etihad Stadium is easily accessible using all modes of transport and is within easy walking distance from Manchester City Centre.

The stadium is extremely accessible from all major highways. As you reach Manchester, follow the signs for SportCity.

If you're visiting the stadium on a non-matchday, parking is available at the Blue car park, accessed via Alan Turing Way (Gate 2) or the Yellow Car Park (Gate 11).

The Matchday Bus service is specifically designed for Manchester City supporters who wish to travel to the Etihad Stadium for all men's team home games. 

The Bus scheme will offer 17 bus routes throughout Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Derbyshire during its trial period, which will run until the end of the 2023/2024 season. 

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A fast and frequent tram service runs straight to the stadium’s dedicated tram stop, Etihad Campus, located at the top of Joe Mercer way at the North end of the stadium.

Metrolink services run between Ashton-under-Lyne and Manchester every six (6) minutes.

The journey from Manchester Piccadilly station to Etihad Campus takes less than ten (10) minutes.

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There is a well lit and signposted walking route available from Manchester Piccadilly Station. It will take approximately 25 minutes to walk to Etihad Stadium from the city centre.

There are over 500 cycle parking spaces at the Etihad Campus.*

Greater Manchester now also offers the option to hire bikes with a Bee Network cycle station located at the Etihad Stadium.

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*The club accepts no liability and all bikes are left at their own risk.

There are a number of public bus services available from all directions that will bring you closest to the stadium.

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