England have qualified for the ICC Women’s World Cup Semi-Final and will face South Africa in Bristol on Tuesday.
Gates open at 8:30am
Match Starts at 10:30am
England v South Africa – Tuesday 18 July – 10.30am – Click here for tickets
Tickets are just £15 for adults, £5 students (17-23), £2 for U16’s. Tickets will be available on the gate
There is no car parking available at the Bristol County Ground on ICC Women’s World Cup match days.
There are however a limited number of disabled car parking spaces available on a first come first served basis.
If you have any questions please call our Reception on 0117 910 8000 or email email@example.com
Gloucestershire Cricket is committed to ensuring that our ground is accessible for all our customers. The Bristol Pavilion is designed for full accessibility to all areas.
Wheelchair access is available at both entrances and the open nature of our ground means that wheelchairs can be readily accommodated.
For most matches, ball by ball commentary is provided which can be accessed by the internet from the BBC website.
If you have any questions or suggestions on how we can improve our service, please contact Reception on 0117 910 8000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bristol County Ground
How to get here
Directions by Car
The Bristol County Ground is located on Nevil Road, just off the Gloucester Road (A38) and is approximately 2 miles from the centre of Bristol. Gloucestershire Cricket is well sign posted with brown and white signs from the main motorway junctions on the M32 (from M4) and M5 (junction 18).
From Temple Meads train station to The Brightside Ground, Bristol should cost £10 -£12.
From Parkway train station to The Brightside Ground, Bristol should cost £11 – £13
Directions by Bus
As there is no parking available at the ground for the Women’s World Cup matches, the club advises supporters to use public transport. Click the link for a downloadable version of the bus routes to the ground – The Bristol County Ground by Bus
Location Maps – Click here
What to do when you visit us
Food and drink
There are a variety of food and drink outlets at the ground. The Optimum Sports Bar is open every match day and serves a selection of hot and cold food and has a daily special and vegetarian options.
There are plenty of affordable options for food and drink at the ground, but if you prefer you can bring a picnic, just no glass or metal please.
No alcohol is allowed to be brought into the ground for the ICC Women’s World Cup matches.
A 92-run win over West Indies on Saturday confirmed England’s place at the top of the final group table and, coupled with India’s huge win over New Zealand and Australia’s defeat of South Africa, set up a semi-final clash with South Africa back at Bristol on Tuesday 18th July, a rematch of their epic 678-run group game at the same venue.
— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) July 15, 2017