Impacted areas: Manchester city centre, Beswick, Clayton, Gorton, Openshaw, Ashton
A fast and frequent tram service runs straight to the stadium’s dedicated tram stop Etihad Campus on the Ashton line. A 12-minute service will operate on the Ashton line.
Journeys from the city centre take around 10 minutes. You can purchase a zone 1+2 ticket, which will cover your journey there and back from the city centre, for £3.50.
After the game, trams will not serve Holt Town and Velopark until crowds have cleared from the Etihad Campus stop.
On match day, the 216 is the most frequent service which runs directly to the stadium. You’ll find the service at the north side of Piccadilly Gardens [stop D] in Manchester city centre. Buses depart to the ground every 10 minutes.
At the end of the game, 216 shuttle buses towards the city centre will be lined up on Ashton New Road opposite the South Stand.
Check out the map with the nearest stops here.
Congestion on the roads may mean bus services take longer on matchday. Consider allowing yourself a little extra time if you are intending to catch a service.
The nearest station to the ground is Piccadilly Station, which only a 10-minute Metrolink ride or 25-minute walk from the ground.
For tram services, just take the stairs down from the main concourse area at Piccadilly Station.