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Gigg Lane Community Stadium - home of Bury FC - is located on Gigg Lane, Bury (BL9 9HR) and has a capacity of 12,000.

The nearest tram stop to the ground is Bury (Bury line), which is a 15-minute walk away.

You can find information about the frequency of Bury line services, as well as first and last tram times, on our tram schedule webpage.

Metrolink are constantly improving the network for customers. Make sure you check the Metrolink planned improvements webpage before you travel to see if any works will affect your route.

Park and Ride

If you have to drive, did you know that there are 24 Park and Ride sites in Greater Manchester, where you can park your car for free and hop on the tram to your destination? The nearest Park and Ride sites to Gigg Lane are:

  • Whitefield (Bury line) - 331 spaces and 13 disabled spaces - a direct service to Bury that takes 9 minutes.
  • Radcliffe (Bury line) - 480 spaces and 22 disabled spaces - a direct service to Bury that takes 6 minutes.


Beat the queue at the machines and touch-in and out at the on-stop machines using contactless. Or if you are on a day out with your team, save money and travel with the family using our family travelcard. Remember, this is only available on the on-stop ticket machines.

The closest stops to Gigg Lane are in Zone 4.

If you want to catch a bus to or from Gigg Lane Community Stadium, take a look below at the commercial bus services will bring you closest to the ground:
95, 97, 135, 513 and 524.

Journey times can be impacted by increased traffic levels, 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.


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.

The stadium is located on Gigg Lane, which is just off the A56 Manchester Road in Bury.

Whether travelling from the north, south, east or west by road, the ground is approximately a 10-minute drive from the M60, M66 and M62.

As Bury tram stop is only a short walk from Gigg Lane, consider parking your car at one of Metrolink's 24 park and ride sites, as continuing your journey by tram may be quicker at peak travel times.

If you are travelling to Gigg Lane by train, the best way to reach the ground from rail stations in the city centre is by Metrolink.

The Bury line will take you from Victoria or Piccadilly in approximately 30 minutes.

If travelling by rail, be sure to check every journey before travelling - either with your operator or on the National Rail website.

From 24 September 2023, we will be saying 'yellow' to the first Bee Network buses.

For the first time in 40 years, bus services will be under local control in Bolton, Wigan, and parts of Bury, Salford and Manchester, with the rest of Greater Manchester's buses following in stages:

  • From 31 March 2024: Bus services in the Bury, Rochdale and Oldham areas as well as north Manchester.
  • From 5 January 2025: South Manchester, Stockport, Trafford, Tameside and the rest of Salford.

If you'd like more information about the Bee Network, you can visit our dedicated webpage. Also, if you are planning a journey by bus and would like to find out if your service is part of the Bee Network, simply search your service number on our bus webpage to find out more about your service.