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What you need to know: Nottingham Forest

October 2, 2018

Written by:

DIRECTIONS

 

Nottingham Forest Football Club
The City Ground
Nottingham

NG2 5FJ

 

 

By Car

 

 

From the North

  • Leave the M1 at junction 26 and follow signs for Nottingham via the A610 Nuthall Road until you meet the A6514 at Western Boulevard. 

  • Turn right and follow the A6514 ('the ring road south') 

  • Carry straight on at the next roundabout ('the Crown Island') and join Middleton Boulevard 

  • Stay on Middleton Boulevard, which becomes Clifton Boulevard after the Queens Medical Centre. 

  • Turn right for Riverside P&R if you are heading for the Embankment, or Riverside Way Park & Ride, and follow signs for Matchday Parking. 

  • Continue around the ring road, carrying straight on at the Nottingham Knight Island and the Wheatcroft Island until you reach the Gamston Island. 

  • Take the first exit left onto the A6011 ('Radcliffe Road') 

  • Continue along the A6011 following the road as it bends to the right and continue over Lady Bay Bridge. 

  • Follow local signs for matchday parking. 

From the South

  • Leave the M1 at Junction 24 and follow the signs to join the A453 towards Nottingham 

  • After passing through Clifton, continue on the A453 following signs for football and cricket traffic) 

  • Join the A52 eastbound towards Grantham and carry straight on at the Nottingham Knight Island and the Wheatcroft Island until you reach the Gamston Island. 

  • Take the first exit onto the A6011 ('Radcliffe Road') 

  • Continue along the A6011 following the road as it bends to the right and continue over Lady Bay Bridge. 

  • Follow local signs for matchday parking. 

From the East

  • Arrive at the 'Saxondale Island' near Bingham from the A46 or A52 and follow the signposts to join the A52 towards Radcliffe-on-Trent and Nottingham. 

  • Follow the A52 through Radcliffe and continue until you reach the next roundabout ('the Gamston Island')then take the 2nd exit onto the A6011. 

  • Continue along the A6011 following the road as it bends to the right and continue over Lady Bay Bridge. 

  • Follow local signs for matchday parking. 

From the West

  • From the A/M42 follow signs for Nottingham (avoiding the M1) 

  • From the A50 follow signs for Nottingham South 

  • Upon reaching the large roundabout (junction 24 of the M1), take the 2nd exit signposted A453, Nottingham. 

  • After passing through Clifton, continue on the A453 following signs for football and cricket traffic) 

  • Join the A52 eastbound towards Grantham and carry straight on at the Nottingham Knight Island and the Wheatcroft Island until you reach the Gamston Island. 

  • Take the first exit onto the A6011 ('Radcliffe Road') 

  • Continue along the A6011 following the road as it bends to the right and continue over Lady Bay Bridge. 

  • Follow local signs for matchday parking. 

 

 

Trains

 

- To book your train tickets visit East Midlands Trains.

- Nottingham Railway station has regular rail services from London, Birmingham, Derby, Leicester, Newark, Grantham, Worksop, Sheffield and Peterborough.

- The station itself is roughly a 20-minute walk or ten-minute bus ride from The City Ground, so the chances are you might be able to leave your car at home more easily than you think.

 

 

USEFUL INFO!

 

Parking

 

Victoria Embankment - Located by the cricket ground, the local council operate parking on matchday.  It may seem steep at £5, but considering this is only a two minute walk from the stadium, why not consider this option?

 

Eastcroft Depot - On your satnav at NG2 3AH and only £4 a car, the depot is a ten minute walk from the stadium and located just off London Road.

 

 

Pubs

 

Most in the town centre will accept away fans, but those closest to the City Ground will accept home fans only.  The Notts County bar usually takes away fans, as does the Stratford Haven.

 

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