Non Match-Days and Domestic Cricket

This information will help you plan your journey to and from The Ageas Bowl. We recommend that you plan your journey to and from the ground carefully.

The following applies to non match-days and days on which domestic (Hampshire) matches are being played at the ground. For travel information for International (England) matches, please visit the International Travel page.

Travelling by Car

Getting to The Ageas Bowl is simple. Situated just off Junction 7 of the M27, The Ageas Bowl is clearly signposted.

Click here for information on car parking.

Travelling by Train

Southampton Parkway Station - trains from London Waterloo, Bournemouth and Weymouth.

Hedge End Station - trains from Portsmouth, Winchester and Basingstoke. The suggested route for travelling to the ground by foot or by bicycle is approximately 1.4km in length and should take roughly 25-30 mins walk or 10-15 mins cycle. A map of the route is included below:

Walking-to-The-Ageas-Bowl

For all rail enquiries please contact National Rail on 08457 48 49 50 or visit: www.nationalrail.co.uk.

You can catch a bus from these stations to The Ageas Bowl. Please see below for details.

Travelling by Bus

First Bus:

First Bus' 8, 8A  and 8B services connect The Ageas Bowl with Hedge End Station, Southampton Civic Centre or Southampton City Centre. 

To see their Monday - Friday timetable, please click here.

To see their Saturday timetable, please click here.

First Bus run a reduced service on Sundays and Bank Holidays. To see this timetable, please click here.

Contact Details:
www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/hampshire
0871 200 22 33


Velvet Bus:

The Velvet A service links Southampton Airport Parkway station with The Ageas Bowl. The bus stop can be found directly outside the entrance of the station building on platform 1.
 
The Velvet A service also provides links to Eastleigh, West End and Hedge End to The Ageas Bowl. For more information please visit www.velvetbus.co.uk or telephone 023 8061 2288.