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Frequently Asked Questions About Buying Manchester City Tickets
Can I buy Manchester City tickets from you?
Yes. Manchester City tickets are available for purchase via our Manchester City tickets partner Sports Events 365. If this is your first visit to the Etihad Stadium check out our directions below.
Where do away fans sit at Man City?
Away fans are located in one side of the South Stand at one end of the ground, spread across the upper, middle, and lower tiers, where up to 3,000 fans can be accommodated (4,500 for cup games).
How do I get to Etihad Stadium?
Follow the City Link signs. It is quicker though to catch the metrolink from either Piccadilly Station or – for example – Market Street in the city centre. Take a train in the direction of Droylsden and get off at stop Etihad Campus right next to Etihad Stadium. The journey takes 8 to 10 minutes.
How far is the train station from Etihad Stadium?
The nearest train station to the Etihad Stadium is Ashburys Rail Station. Ashburys is just five minutes away from Manchester Piccadilly Station on the train, and so many visitors typically go via here. The stadium, home of Manchester City FC is about a ten minute walk away from Ashburys station.
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10: Leeds (h)
17: Aston Villa (a)
24: Southampton (h)
Getting To The Etihad Stadium< by Car/h2>
The stadium is served by the following main roads:
From North: A6010, M60; passing Oldham and Bury
From South: M6, M56, M60; passing Knutsford and Stockport
From East: M62, A628, passing Huddersfield and the Peak District
From West: M62, passing Warrington and Sale
From City Centre
Etihad Stadium lies east of Manchester City Centre, accessible using either the A635 or A62. The A665 runs north-to-south and connects these roads, and the stadium can also be reached using Pollard Street and Merrill Street, which merges into Ashton New Road.
The stadium forms part of the SportCity complex on Manchester’s east side, which also houses the Manchester Velodrome and Regional Tennis Centre. The A6010 (Alan Turing Way) runs north-to-south through the middle of the complex, providing connections to the M60 (which surrounds Manchester).
A34 Greater Manchester – A34 Princess Street in Manchester closed southbound between the Clarence Street junction and the Cooper Street junction, because of major roadworks.
Greater Manchester – Shudehill in Manchester closed eastbound between the Nicholas Croft junction and the Hanover Street junction, because of roadworks.
A635 Greater Manchester – Speed restriction of 20 mph on A635 Mancunian Way in Manchester between the A6 London Road junction and the B6469 Fairfield Street junction, because of a contraflow and sewer works.
A6042 Greater Manchester – Speed restriction of 20 mph and expected delays on A6042 Trinity Way in both directions in Salford between the B5225 Prince’s Bridge junction and the A34 Irwell Street junction, because of major roadworks.
Etihad Stadium parking
On event days, the area surrounding Etihad Stadium can get busy and crowded. To avoid congestion and risk being late for your event, why not park in Manchester and get the bus or metro to the stadium. The best places to park for access to the stadium include Manchester Arena, Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester Printworks, Oxford Street and Manchester Central for onward travel to the stadium.
To ensure you’re guaranteed a space, pre-book online and save. Alternatively you can also sign up to ParkPass, a more convenient parking option