Parking is only available at the City Ground on non-match days, so public transport, walking or cycling are the best ways to get to the stadium.
Bus services from the City Centre are both frequent and convenient. For an up to date list of bus routes and stops visit the Nottingham Forest website, or visit Traveline East Midlands to plan your journey.
You can also walk or cycle to the City Ground via the Big Track – Nottingham’s car-free waterside route. There’s access to the path at the bridge over the River Trent. Check out our online interactive map and download a copy of the Big Track or Big Track Lite map here.
If you are travelling by car then the Park and Ride facilities are your best option. Chose from Queens Drive Park and Ride if you are arriving from the North, South or West; or Racecourse Park and Ride if you are arriving from the East. Just park up and catch one of the regular bus services to the city centre.
It’s a short walk from Nottingham Train Station to the City Ground. Many of the bus services pick up outside the station, or the Broadmarsh bus station is just a short distance from the station where you have the choice of many more buses. Visit East Midlands Trains to plan your journey.
More information about Nottingham Forest is available on their website.