Bridgford Rd West Bridgford Nottingham NG2 6AG

Trent Bridge Cricket Ground is situated in West Bridgford, just over the River Trent from the centre of Nottingham. It is very close to both Nottingham Forest and Notts County Football Clubs.

Trent Bridge Cricket Stadium is the third oldest Test Match ground in the world. Built in the 1880s, Trent Bridge has been a cornerstone of English cricket. But it is no relic.

Today, cricket ground is seats 15,000 visitors and features squash courts and a library. The state-of-the-art roof protects visitors in the event of rain, extending in seconds to keep you dry.

Visitors can take a tour of the stadium. It gives you the opportunity to look behind the scenes and relive some of its greatest moments in cricket history. You will also get to know some of the characters that have shaped the club over the last 200 years.

Within the world-famous Pavilion, you will get to see the players’ dressing rooms and members’ facilities, before taking a trip down memory lane in the library. It is home to one of the largest collections of cricket books in a single location in the world.

You will also get the chance to explore the Radcliffe Road stand and take in its world-class media facilities. Discover the views of the world’s broadcasters from the Press Box and enjoy views of Nottingham from the upper floors.

The tour finishes in the Trent Bridge Shop, where you can pick up a memento of your experience.

The Cricketers’ Suite serves hot and cold food to visitors, as well as vegetarian and gluten free options. Extra catering options for eating on the move, or to take back to your seat, are available on the Trent Bridge Inn Courtyard.

Whether you are a lover of cricket, or are attending a private event or wedding, Trent Bridge Cricket Stadium has something for everyone.