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Salford City face Leeds United in the first round of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday 13 August 2019 (kick off 7.45pm).

Up to 5,000 fans are expected to attend the game at the Peninsula Stadium, meaning local roads are expected to much busier than normal.

If you are heading to the game, or travelling around the local area, please remember to plan ahead and allow more time for your journey.

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Roads in Salford and the surrounding areas will be busier than normal on match day. Please check your route before you travel and allow more time for your journey.

Please also be aware that matches taking place at Old Trafford or the AJ Bell Stadium may affect congestion on the network.

The main roads close to the Peninsula Stadium which will be affected by traffic are Bury New Road, Moor Lane and Littleton Road.

Park & Ride

A park and ride service operates on match days from the old IT Lab car park on Agecroft Industrial Estate (M27 8SJ). This costs £2 per car, and a shuttle bus operated by Swans Travel will take you to and from the stadium.

There are strict parking restrictions in place around the Peninsula Stadium - only residents with permits are allowed to park within these zones, which are marked at the end of the streets.

These will also be shown on our social media in the build-up to each home match.

Please park responsibly and be considerate of our neighbours when arriving at or leaving the ground.

Coach Parking

Supporters' coaches can drop off on Moor Lane, outside the ground. Away supporters can then use the Moor Lane (E) turnstile for segregated matches, or the Nevile Road (W) turnstile for un-segregated matches.

Coaches can then park on Kersal Road (North off Moor Lane, to the west of the ground) for the duration of the game. Stewards will be on hand to provide details on the day.

Disabled Parking

Please e-mail prior to match days to reserve a disabled parking space, or for advice on where to park.

Disabled access for all supporters is through the red gate adjacent to Turnstile 'B' on Nevile Road.

Away supporters will be shown to the away end after entering the ground for any segregated matches.


Currently, the 93, 94, 97, 98 and X43 services run close to the stadium.

If you are travelling by bus to the Peninsula Stadium please check service times with your operator before you travel.

Journeys could take longer than advertised on match days due to the volume of traffic, so please allow additional time for your journey.

You can plan your bus journey here.



Although no trams run directly to the ground, services from Manchester city centre on the Bury line travel to Crumpsall and Prestwich.

From there it’s around a 30-minute walk or short bus ride to the stadium.


Frequent train services arrive and depart from Manchester city centre.

From Manchester Piccadilly or Victoria you will be able to transfer to bus services at Shudehill Interchange or Chorlton Street coach station (if you are catching the x43 service) to carry out the final part of your journey to the ground.

Be sure to plan ahead and check train times on the National Rail website before you travel.

Walking and Cycling

The Peninsula Stadium is just over a ten minute walk from Bury New Road where most buses stop

See our map for the quickest routes:

Visiting Salford and Manchester

If you’re visiting Salford for the match and want to see more of the sites why not check out the Visit Salford website to see what else this great city has to offer.

Manchester is home to the world's biggest football museum, exploring the beautiful game – past and present – through first -class exhibitions.

The National Football Museum is located in the city centre and open daily from 10am to 5pm.