Looking up at the Riverside Stadium
General information including directions and parking
Address: Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, TS3 6RS
Switchboard: 0844 499 6789*
Ticket Information: 0844 499 1234*
Fax: 01642 877840
*calls to this number will cost seven pence per-minute plus your provider's access charge.
GETTING TO THE RIVERSIDE STADIUM
Routes Into Middlesbrough By Road
Please note: Matchday parking at the stadium is available to permit holders only. If you do not have a matchday car parking permit, you are advised to use Middlesbrough town centre car parks.
From the north: Approaching Middlesbrough on the A19, cross over the River Tees and take the A66 eastbound towards Middlesbrough town centre. Stay on the A66 past the town centre (on your right) and follow signs to the stadium, which you will see on your left.
From the south: Leave the A1(M) at junction 49, signposted to Teesside, and join the A168, which after approximately 1 mile will become the A19. Approximately 19 miles later take the A66 eastbound towards Middlesbrough town centre. Stay on A66 past the town centre (on your right) and follow signs to the stadium, which you will see on your left.
From the west: Leave the A1(M) at Junction 57 onto the A66(M). Follow signs to Teesside on the A66. In approximately 18 miles you will pass Middlesbrough town centre (on your right) and follow signs to the stadium, which you will see on your left.
Car Parking at Middlesbrough Football Club
Matchday parking at the stadium is restricted to permit holders.
Please note: permits have sold out for the 2016-17 season. If you do not have a permit, you are advised to use town centre parking.
Home coaches park in Car Park E and visiting coaches and minibuses park in Car Park D. Access for both is from Dockside Road (The Leeway).
Middlesbrough Railway Station (postcode: TS1 1EG) is located on Zetland Road, 10 to 15 minutes' walk from the ground. TransPennine Express and Northern Rail both operate through Middlesbrough Railway Station. Supporters travelling by rail from the south should change at Darlington or York to catch connecting services. From the north, change at Darlington. TransPennine Express operates direct services to Middlesbrough Railway Station from the west. Please visit National Rail Enquiries to plan your train journey
Middlesbrough Bus Station (postcode: TS1 5EA) can be found on Newport Road in the town centre, roughly a 20-25 minute walk from the Riverside Stadium. The bus stop at St. John’s Gate Flyover (near to North Ormesby Health Village) is less than 10 minutes’ walk from the ground with frequent buses operated by Arriva running from the bus station. Please visit the Arriva website to plan your bus journey
Home ticket information can be obtained from the ticket office on 0844 499 1234
(calls to this number will cost seven pence per-minute plus your provider's access charge) or via the ticket information page
Visiting fans are advised to purchase tickets from their own club in advance of travelling to the match.
Should tickets be available for walk-up purchases on the day (please check with your club), kindly note that the visitors’ ticket office accepts cash only – the nearest ATM machines are located in Middlesbrough town centre.
Under normal circumstances the stadium opens at 1.30pm for 3pm kick-offs and 6.30pm for evening kick-offs.
Visitors are located in the South East corner of the stadium and entry to the visitors’ section is via turnstiles 53-61.
MFC offers a limited number of raised platform bays for both home and away supporters. The home bays are situated in the West Stand Lower, South West Lower Corner and the South Stand. Additional spaces are provided pitch-side along the East and West Stands.
For away supporters, there is wheelchair availability on a raised deck within the visitors section. Again, additional spaces are provided pitch-side if needed. These tickets will be forwarded to the opposing team and must be purchased directly from the visiting club.
Programme: #UTB, £3, on sale in and around the stadium
Local radio: BBC Tees 95FM