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AJ Bell Stadium, home to Salford Red Devils and Sale Sharks is situated on Stadium Way, Salford.

Boasting a 12,000-capacity, the state-of-the-art stadium not only plays host sporting fixtures - it is also an award-winning event and conferencing space too.

Key advice

  • For Salford Red Devils fixtures, there is a shuttle bus in place to take fans to and from the Trafford Centre. More information about services is in the bus section below.

Address and contact details

AJ Bell Stadium is located on Stadium Way, Barton-upon-Irwell, Salford, M30 7EY.

For sat navs, you can use the postcode M30 7LJ.

Got a question about getting to AJ Bell Stadium? Tweet us @BeeNetwork or visit our contact us page for other ways to connect with TfGM.

Congestion on the roads close to AJ Bell Stadium will start to build from around two hours before each match as fans start to make their way to the ground.

If travelling from the motorway, the stadium is located in Barton, just off junction 11 of the M60. There is a signposted route from the motorway via Liverpool Road and Salford Western Gateway onto Stadium Way. Traffic along this road will be busier than usual on match days.

We have also identified some other traffic hot spots near the stadium to help you plan your journey:

Manchester Outer Ring Road
Cadishead Way
Barton Road
Trafford Way

Match day car parking

There is very limited parking at AJ Bell Stadium. However, there are a range of off-site parking locations within walking distance of the ground (parking charges may vary, dependent on location).

Accessible parking can be purchased in advance via the Salford Red Devils website and costs £10.

For more information on parking and to purchase in advance, please visit the AJ Bell Stadium website.

If you are intending to catch a bus to or from AJ Bell Stadium, the following commercial bus services will bring you closest to the ground – 10, 67, 67A, 100.

Journey times could also be impacted due to the increased levels of traffic, so be sure to plan ahead and allow extra time for your travel.

For more information, you can search your bus service and select your stop on the TfGM website or check with your bus operator before travelling.

Salford Red Devils Shuttle Bus

Salford Red Devils offer a shuttle bus between AJ Bell Stadium and the Trafford Centre on match days. You can take a look at the bus timetables for Friday and Sunday fixtures for more information.


Get on board a bus with simple and clear low bus fares.

Adults will pay no more than £2 for a single bus journey, while a £5 1 day AnyBus Adult travelcard will cover unlimited bus travel within the 10 boroughs of Greater Manchester until 3.59am the following day.

For more information, you can visit our dedicated webpage.

Cycle parking

There are 14 double-sided bike racks at AJ Bell stadium and you must bring your own lock for your bike.

If you're cycling to the ground via MediaCityUK, this is where TfGM's nearest Cycle Hub is located. Providing safe cycle parking with CCTV in operation, more information on how to use a cycle hub can be found on the Bee Active website.

Cycle hire

Greater Manchester now offers the option to hire bikes. Through the Beryl app, you can locate and unlock your bike, get from A to B, then safely lock your hired bike up again - easy! To find out more about Manchester's cycle hire scheme that operates in the Old Trafford area, visit our dedicated cycle hire information.

Cycle maps

You can find TfGM's own map of cycle routes within the Salford area on our website or you can visit the TfGM journey planner to find out your bespoke route to the match via Greater Manchester's cycle network.

We’re bringing all bus services in Greater Manchester under local control as part of the Bee Network.

See a full list of current and future Bee Network bus services.

There may be some changes to the tickets you can use on Bee Network.

Be sure to download the new Bee Network app to plan any journey in Greater Manchester. 

On the app you can also see live bus tram and train departure times, buy tickets, get travel alerts and quickly Rate Your Journey to tell us how it went. 

Find out more about the Bee Network.

In Greater Manchester, we want everyone to travel safely and easily. We have a variety of accessibility guides suited to your journey on our accessibility hub and some key information for travelling by Metrolink and bus below.

Accessibility on Metrolink

Metrolink is a modern system with a range of accessibility features. All Metrolink trams and tram stops are accessible for wheelchair users.

Every tram stop has:

  • A ramp, lift, or escalator - for the latest service updates for lifts and escalators at your stop, visit our dedicated webpage.
  • Step-free access for wheelchair users and people with pushchairs
  • CCTV and emergency call-points
  • platforms with tactile edges for visually impaired passengers.

Every tram has:

  • An area for people who use wheelchairs
  • Space for pushchairs
  • Seats marked for people who have trouble standing
  • Emergency call points.

For further information on the accessibility of Metrolink, please visit the accessibility hub.

Accessibility on the bus

Many buses have ramps and can accommodate wheelchairs. Some new buses also have display screens, route numbers, destination displays and audio-visual ‘next stop’ announcements.

A lot of bus operators have low floor buses to make it easier for people who use wheelchairs, mobility scooters, and those with small children and pushchairs.

For further information, visit our accessibility hub and select your bus operator for their accessibility policies.