Catch all the cricket action by taking the tram
Catch cricket action by taking the tram
Catch all the cricket action by taking the tram
15 June 2018

During a summer packet with international cricket in Nottingham, fans can enjoy great savings on hassle free travel to Trent Bridge thanks to the city’s tram network.

Anyone travelling to the ground for a taste of T20 Blast action can also benefit from discounted tram travel and a shuttle bus that’ll make it easier than ever to get to the ground in time for the first ball.

When England take on Australia for their third match in their One Day International series on Tuesday, the shuttle bus will operate between Arkwright Street, close to the Nottingham Station tram stop, and Victoria Embankment, just next to Trent Bridge.

Stephanie Moss-Pearce, NET Marketing Manager, explained: “The buses, which are free for tram customers, will run every 10 minutes before the 2.00pm start and for an hour after the close of play.

“Fans can also enjoy great savings on travel thanks to our £2 Event Ticket and free spaces at NET’s five park and ride facilities.”

Both the ticket offer and the shuttle bus are set for a return when the ODI team take on India on Thursday, July 12, and Joe Root’s test side face the same the same opposition on Saturday, August 18.

Notts Outlaws supporters can also enjoy the same benefits before and after T20 Blast matches, including the first home game of the season against Birmingham Bears on Wednesday, July 4.

Stephanie added: “With England looking to cement their place at the top of the ODI rankings, the test side to build on their recent win against Pakistan and the Outlaws aiming for T20 glory, there’s plenty of top class cricket at Trent Bridge this summer.

“Thanks to the tram, fans will find it easier than ever to get to the ground without missing any runs or wickets or the hassle of finding a parking space close to the ground.”

The Event Ticket is available from all tram stop ticket machines and customers need to have their match ticket with them to show if asked by a NET Travel Officer.