Gloucestershire County Cricket Club play at two different venues, Bristol and Cheltenham. The majority of matches are played at the Club's home in Bristol, but for 2 weeks in July the Club play the most successful cricket festival in the world in Cheltenham.
The Bristol County Ground
Telephone: 0117 910 8000
The Bristol County Ground, the home of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club is located in Bristol to the north of the City Centre. Conveniently situated a short distance from the M32 with easy access to the M4 and M5.
The main entrance to the ground is the Ashley Down Road entrance, postcode BS7 9LU.
If you are collecting tickets, please arrive at the Nevil Road entrance.
We strongly advise that all members and spectators travelling to the ground make use of public transport. Please see below details on bus and train services to the ground.
Limited parking may be available in the City of Bristol College car park, off Ashley Down Road (postcode BS7 9LU). This is subject to availability and not guaranteed.
For 2020 car park Pass holders, Premier Club members or blue badge holders there are a limited number of spaces via the Nevil Road entrance of The Bristol County Ground, but these are only available on a first come first served basis and cannot be guaranteed.
Wheelchair access is available at both entrances and the open nature of our ground means that wheelchairs can be readily accommodated. If you have any questions please call our Reception on 0117 910 8000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bus Service –
The Bristol County Ground, Bristol on Nevil Road, is easily accessible by bus: Services 17, 70/71, 72, 73, 75, 76, T2 all run within a five minute walk of the main entrance using stops on the nearby Gloucester Road (Services 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, T2), Muller Road (Service 17) and Ashley Down Road (Service 70). All buses operate at regular intervals, Service 75 and 76 run 24 hours a day.
Cheltenham Cricket Festival
College Sports Ground
Telephone: 01242 851092
The Cheltenham Cricket Festival is well over 140 years old and is played at the College Ground in Cheltenham. Situated in the heart of the Cotswold town, with probably the most picturesque and recognisable backdrop to a ground, the College has seen some of the most exciting cricket played in Gloucestershire.