Our Ticket Office team are here to help our guests have the most enjoyable time possible at Edgbaston. Subsequently we work closely with our stewarding team and customers to ensure we fully understand the unique needs of our visitors to make sure we provide a positive experience for all of our fans. If you wish to discuss any particular needs you may have as a visitor please get in touch with us on 0121 446 3605 or email us at email@example.com
The car park at Edgbaston Stadium will have allocated blue badge parking, which needs to be booked in advance of our major match days and T20 games with the Ticket Office, as there is limited availability. Parking for these fixtures is priced at £15. Please contact the Stadium on 0121 446 3605 or contact us at mailto:tickets@Edgbaston.com for more details.
Edgbaston has excellent links with public transport, an on-site car park and a drop off zone, which make the experience of getting to Edgbaston incredibly easy. Access point on match day are not turnstile, with stewards independently scanning tickets and searching bags in open spaces, which are perfect for wheelchair users and those with assistance dogs.
Ticketing and Seating
We have two large areas for wheelchair seating, in the lower South Stand and Eric Hollies Stand. If you require any assistance or directions please contact one of our stewards around the ground who will be happy to help. We are proud to offer FREE access for wheelchair escorts for all domestic cricket games and international fixtures. Tickets need to be order at the ticket office on 0121 446 3605 or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
These are available at the match ticket price of £35, this includes the premium view, as well as a food and drink voucher. The career recieves a free ticket however it doesn’t include the food and drink voucher.
National Key Scheme
Edgbaston is a proud partner of the National Key Scheme (NKS) which offers disabled people independent access to locked public toilet. Toilets fitted with National Key Scheme (NKS) locks can now be found around the ground and our stewards will also carry a key for fans that are not part of the scheme or have forgotten to bring their key with them.