Emirates Old Trafford
Lancashire County Cricket Club
Whether you are travelling to us by car or by public transport all the information you need to find us here at the Emirates Old Trafford is available on the downloadable PDF, please click here to view. We have also provided useful links and details below.
Transport for Greater Manchester is the best starting point if you’re planning a journey, with a number of online tools to help you on your way and keep you up to speed with the latest public transport updates.
Metrolink trams provide connections across Greater Manchester with 93 stops right across the region. Metrolink runs every few minutes so you don’t need a timetable, you can just turn up and travel anytime from early morning til late in the evening.
For those visiting the region from further afield there is free parking for Metrolink customers at Park and Ride sites across the network.
Remember to buy your tickets before you board. You can purchase tickets on-stop or by using the get me there app.
Nearest Tram stop: Old Trafford (this stop is directly outside the ground)
Plan your Metrolink journey now on the website
Greater Manchester has an extensive bus network operated by different commercial bus companies. The individual operators will always have the latest information about your service.
Greater Manchester’s rail connections mean it’s easy to get here from anywhere in the country.
Manchester Piccadilly, Deansgate Castlefield and Victoria all have access to tram stops, which will take you directly to the ground.
A free shuttle bus service, provided by Transport for Greater Manchester, links the main train stations, car parks, shopping areas and businesses in Manchester city centre. There are three circular routes to choose from so just hop on and off as often as you like.
Other options to consider
Depending on your journey, active travel may offer the best options for you.
Cycling is a quick and easy way to get around, with a network of cycleways, dedicated lanes, paths and routes providing links across Greater Manchester.
Walking is free, kind to the environment and good for your physical health and mental wellbeing.