England Women Vs. Brazil Women

Women's International Sat 6 Oct 2018 Kick off 12:30 pm at Meadow Lane Stadium

Overview

England Women Vs. Brazil Women

This is the first of three home Internationals the Lionesses will be playing this autumn and they’re looking for your support as they take on Brazil at Notts County. These internationals are an important part of England’s preparations as they look towards next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup, with Brazil being one of the world’s top 10 teams – and potential opposition at France 2019.

Meadow Lane is also among the nine venues put forward in The FA’s bid to host UEFA Women’s Euro 2021.

So come and show your support for the Lionesses – tickets are on sale now.

Sale dates

Public sale

Sale starts:
Mon 3 Sep 2018 12:00 pm
Sale ends:
Event day, or until sold out
Family Enclosure seats:
N/A

Prices

Ticket Price and Details

Early bird tickets can be brought up to and including 9 September – priced at £7.50 for adults and £1 for concessions

From 10 September onwards, tickets will be priced at £10 adults, £1 concessions

Group bookings and Charter Standard discounts also apply.

For further information or to book over the phone, please call 0115 955 7210.

Venue

Venue Name:
Meadow Lane Stadium
Venue Address:
Meadow Lane, Nottingham, NG2 3HJ

Travel

If you are travelling to the ground on matchdays, the route is well signposted (‘football traffic’) from all directions. You can use the directions provided below to get you into the vicinity of the ground, and then follow temporary matchday signs to local car parks:

Road:

From the North: Leave the M1 at junction 26 and follow signs for Nottingham via the A610 Nuthall Road until you meet the A6514 at Western Boulevard. Turn right and follow the A6514 (‘the ring road south’). Carry straight on at the next roundabout (‘the Crown Island’) and join Middleton Boulevard. Stay on Middleton Boulevard, which becomes Clifton Boulevard after the Queen’s Medical Centre. Turn right for Riverside P&R if you are heading for the Embankment, or Riverside Way Park & Ride, and follow signs for Matchday Parking. Continue around the ring road, carrying straight on at the Nottingham Knight Island and the Wheatcroft Island until you reach the Gamston Island. Take the first exit left onto the A6011 (‘Radcliffe Road’). Continue along the A6011 following the road as it bends to the right and continue over Lady Bay Bridge. Follow local signs for matchday parking.

From the South: Leave the M1 at Junction 24 and follow the signs to join the A453 towards Nottingham. After passing through Clifton, continue on the A453 following signs for football traffic. Join the A52 eastbound towards Grantham and carry straight on at the Nottingham Knight Island and the Wheatcroft Island until you reach the Gamston Island. Take the first exit onto the A6011 (‘Radcliffe Road’). Continue along the A6011 following the road as it bends to the right and continue over Lady Bay Bridge. Follow local signs for matchday parking.

From the East: Arrive at the ‘Saxondale Island’ near Bingham from the A46 or A52 and follow the signposts to join the A52 towards Radcliffe-on-Trent and Nottingham. Follow the A52 through Radcliffe and continue until you reach the next roundabout (‘the Gamston Island’) then take the 2nd exit onto the A6011. Continue along the A6011 following the road as it bends to the right and continue over Lady Bay Bridge. Follow local signs for matchday parking.

From the West: From the A/M42 follow signs for Nottingham (avoiding the M1). From the A50 follow signs for Nottingham South. Upon reaching the large roundabout (junction 24 of the M1), take the second signposted exit A453, Nottingham. After passing through Clifton, continue on the A453 following signs for football traffic. Join the A52 eastbound towards Grantham and carry straight on at the Nottingham Knight Island and the Wheatcroft Island until you reach the Gamston Island. Take the first exit onto the A6011 (‘Radcliffe Road’). Continue along the A6011 following the road as it bends to the right and continue over Lady Bay Bridge. Follow local signs for matchday parking.

By Tram

Fans travelling by car on the M1 can get to Meadow Lane by using the city’s Park & Ride tram facilities off the M1 at junctions 24, 25 and 26. Parking is free but tram tickets must be bought before boarding the tram. The closest tram-stop to Meadow Lane is Station Street. With traffic and parking not being easy around Meadow Lane, this is a very practical way of getting to the ground.

From J24, head along the A453, Remembrance Way, towards Nottingham. The tram-stop is Clifton South; post code NG11 8BF. P&R signs very prominent.

From J25, head along the A52 towards Nottingham. The tram-stop is Toton Lane; post-code NG9 6JX. P&R signs very prominent.

From J26, head along the A610 towards Nottingham. The tram-stop is Phoenix Park; NG8 6AS. P&R signs prominent. For more details on the NET tram network, including routes and timetables, visit their website.

By Rail

The ground is 10 minutes’ walk from Nottingham railway station. As you come out of the main station entrance, head Southeast on Carrington Street. Take the first left towards Queen’s Road/A6019 and turn left at Queen’s Road/A6019. Turn right at London Road/A60 and take the first left onto Cattle Market Road/A6011. Take the second right onto County Road/A6011 and turn right at Meadow Lane/A6011, where you will find the ground on the right.

By Public Coach

Nottingham’s coach station, which used to be at Broadmarsh, is temporarily sited on Station Street. To get to Meadow Lane Stadium from there, head east along Station Street to London Road. Turn right onto London Road and after approximately 400m (having passed Hooters on your right) turn left onto Cattle Market Road/A6011. Take the second right onto County Road/A6011 and you will be at the rear of the visitors’ stand, the Jimmy Sirrel Stand.

Parking

There are a limited number of on-street parking spaces on the roads around the ground - all have to be paid for using the Ringo telephone booking service. Details are displayed on adjacent (lamp) posts. Next to the ground, to the rear of the Jimmy Sirrel stand, there is parking available in the Cattle Market and there are also private, manned, parking sites on Meadow Lane - all ‘pay at the gate’. Parking charges currently average £4 per vehicle.

Disabled Access

Disabled facilities for visiting fans Car parking for away disabled supporters is situated in the Meadow Lane car park which is 25 metres from the Jimmy Sirrel Stand. The club has designated areas for disabled persons. For details, contact the Notts County ticket office on 0115 955 7210. Information regarding ground accessibility and much more can be found on the club website, here.