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Olympic Legacy Park
Attercliffe Common
S9 3TL


By car
Supporters making the trip from Bradford can head westbound on the M62 until you reach the ‘London/Wakefield’ exit for the M1. Take the 3rd exit at the roundabout to join the M1 for 25 miles. At Junction 34, take the A6109 exit towards Rotherham/Meadowhall/Sheffield, before taking the 3rd exit at Meadowhall Roundabout to head onto Tinsley Viaduct. At the next roundabout, take the 5th exit onto the A6178 Sheffield Road for 1.5 miles. Take the first exit to continue on Attercliffe Common/Sheffield Road for 0.5 miles before taking a left onto Worksop Road and bear left at the end of the road for access to the Olympic Legacy Park.

There is a small car park, suitable for roughly 100 cars. This includes 12 disabled parking spaces.

By train
The train from Bradford Interchange to Sheffield Train Station takes approximately 1 hour 13 minutes, with 1 change at Leeds Train Station to get you on your way to Sheffield. Once you have alighted in South Yorkshire, Sheffield’s Olympic Legacy Park is situated approximately two miles from Sheffield’s train station and is easily accessible by walking, bus, tram or taxi. There is a taxi rank at the station, with Sheffield’s bus station situated just minutes from where you step foot off the train in Pond Square. You will want to take the First X1/X3 Steel Link services from here, to the Olympic Legacy Park stop situated on Attercliffe Common.

By tram
Sheffield’s StageCoach SuperTrams are available from the Fitzwilliam Square, located on Ponds Forge, minutes from Sheffield’s Train Station. Take the Yellow Line route towards the Meadowhall, where at the sixth stop you will alight at the Arena/Olympic Legacy Park stop, situated next to the Sheffield Eagles’ base. The tram is available every 10 minute on Friday evening.


Ticketing information can be found here.

Social media
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There is limited seating available (roughly 200) on a first come, first served basis.

Local area map

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