Sheffield Motorpoint Arena - Directions

Address: Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
Motorpoint Arena, S9 2DF Sheffield

Public transport

Public Transport

Supertram
The Arena has its own supertram stop, with and park and ride facilities at all main entries to the city. More information and timetables can be found at Supertrams official web site. Supertram also connects the park and ride facilities throughout the City to the Arena - for more information on park and ride visit here.

Trams run approximately every 10 minutes from 6.00am until midnight.

Click on the link below, to give you the Arena's directions and general information leaflet that we send out with tickets. Just click on the link to download this leaflet so you can read this information and print out your own copy should you require.

Bus
The Arena is served by several bus routes click here to visit the Travel South Yorkshire website.

Taxi
Mercury Taxis are Sheffield's Premier taxi company - contact them on 0114 266 2662 or visit their web site for prices and more information.

Rail Travel
East Midland Trains - The Arena has two rail stations within easy reach of the venue.
Sheffield's main railway station is situated in the City Centre - Sheaf Street, Sheffield, S1 2BP - and is approximately a 10 minute taxi or Supertram journey to the venue.
An alternative station is available at Meadowhall Interchange - which has a Supertram link to the venue - approximately a 5 minute Supertram journey to the venue.
For further information on rail travel visit East Midlands Trains official web site.

By Air
Motorpoint Arena is just a short drive away from Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield. Robin Hood Airport is the UK's newest Airport, with low cost & holiday flights to destinations across Europe & beyond.
For details of how to book your flight, or if you are flying into Robin Hood Airport and would like to find out more about how to get to Motorpoint Arena, visit the airports official web site.
For the latest information on public transport during adverse weather conditions check Travel South Yorkshires twitter feed https://twitter.com/#!/TravelSYorks.
Click here to download the general directions and venue information leaflet.

By road

Car
The Motorpoint Arena is one of the country's largest indoor entertainment venues, with a capacity of over 13,500. Therefore on the day of the event heavy and slow moving trafficcan be expected on all approaches.

From the North Leave the M1 at Junction 34, signed Sheffield A6109 (Meadowhall). Take the fourth exit from the roundabout signed Sheffield Centre. Follow signsfor Sheffield Centre (A6109)for 1.5 miles and then fliter left following signs to the Ring Road A6102 Broughton Lane and enter the Car Park by turning into the Arena on the right. An alternative car park entrancefor customers travelling on the A6178 Attercliffe Road isalso available - follow the directions as above but instead of filtering left into Broughton Lane stay on the A6178 Attercliffe Road going through the lights and then at the next set of lights take the first left into the bottom entrance of the car park.

From The South Leave the M1 at Junction 33. Take the first exit at the roundabout on to the A630 (Sheffield). Continuefor 2.5 miles until the exit marked Ring Road (services). Follow signsfor the ring Road straight over a small roundabout. Turn right at the next roundabout onto the Ring Road/Meadowhall (A6178). Follow this roadfor 2 miles to Motorpoint Arena, which is located on the left.

Car parking staff wil be on hand to directyou to the most suitable parking entrance at the timeyou arrive at the venue.

Before you set out onyour journeyyou may find it useful to view the local traffic cameras that update every minute to giveyou an idea of the traffic flow around the area -click here to view the 50 Motorway cameras around the area andclick here to view the 33 cameras in and around Sheffield.You can also click here for the latest traffic & travel newsfor the area.

For the latest information during adverse weather conditions check Travel South Yorkshire's twitter feed https://twitter.com/#!/TravelSYorks.

Nearly 1,000 on-site car parking spaces are available with an additional over-flow facilityfor 200 cars (please note that the over-flow car park is locked 1 hour after the end of a show - when there is no show at the venue the over-flow car park is locked 24/7). Dependant upon the weather conditions there is a further over-flow car park next to the Arena in the Grass Bowl, thiscan accommodate an additional 500 vehicles. Car parking is payable upon entrance and the following charges apply: £10 coaches, £6 Mini buses, £5 Cars, £3 Ice Hockey.

Click here to download the general directions and venue information leaflet.

For more information about parking - click here.

For information on public transport options in and around the Arena - click here.