Travel Information: Bristol City vs Manchester United


The following special matchday shuttle bus services will be running from 10am to 12pm as follows:

  • AG1 – Portway Park & Ride (via Portway), approx. every 10 minutes
  • AG2 – Brislington Park & Ride (direct), approx. every 20 minutes

Both services will drop on Winterstoke Road right outside Ashton Gate. Services may be busy at peak times so fans are strongly encouraged to use the earliest bus possible.

Post-match the AG1 will depart from outside The Robins pub on Winterstoke Road and the AG2 will pick up from the Smyth Road stop, outside South Bristol Retail Park. See below. Service will continue to operate until 4pm.

Free parking is available at the Park & Ride sites. Bus ticket information, pricing and payment methods are the same as for a Bristol City men’s home fixture and can be found here[1]. Please note that the AG3 will not be operating for this fixture.

Ashton Gate is well connected by public bus including the number 24[2] from the city centre. For information on all public bus services please click here[3].


London Paddington railway station will be closed all day. Due to the closure, a revised and reduced service will run between Reading and the West of England. Passengers are encouraged to check how their journey may be impacted by the rail works, full details can be found at Planned Engineering Work and Disruption | Great Western Railway ([4].


It is easy to walk or cycle to Ashton Gate from across Bristol. Route planners and walking maps can be found here[5]. Fans are advised that Vauxhall Bridge is closed for repairs. Gaol Ferry Bridge and Bedminster Bridge remain open. Full details visit Restoration of New Cut bridges ([6].


Those travelling by car should be aware that central Bristol, including many of the roads around Ashton Gate, is now part of the new clear air zone (CAZ) where non-compliant cars will be charged between £9 and £100 per day to drive. For full details please visit CLEAN AIR FOR BRISTOL | Clean Air Zone[7].

Further information on all travel options are available at Getting Here – Bristol City FC ([8].


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  2. ^ number 24 (
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  4. ^ Planned Engineering Work and Disruption | Great Western Railway ( (
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  6. ^ Restoration of New Cut bridges ( (
  7. ^ CLEAN AIR FOR BRISTOL | Clean Air Zone (
  8. ^ Getting Here – Bristol City FC ( (