Your guide to the home of the Blues
Birmingham City Football Club wants you to enjoy your visit to St. Andrew's and has put together the following guide to make your trip as easy as possible. If you have any additional questions, please contact the club's customer services manager Sarah Gould on 0844 557 1865 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Andrew's Stadium
General telephone number : 0844 557 1875
Map & directions
Birmingham City Football Club is located a mile and a half from Birmingham city centre and is easily accessible from all major road routes and motorway networks. Please click here
to view a detailed map.
Nearest train stations
Birmingham New Street*: 1.3 miles
Birmingham Moor Street: 1.9 miles
*New Street Station is currently undergoing major redevelopment work. The concourse and the existing entrances will close in April 2013 and three new entrances will open. Please click here
for full details.
St. Andrew's is served by a number of bus routes. For more information and timetables, please click here
to visit the networkwestmidlands travel site.
Matchday Bus SpecialsGrosvenor Coaches
The Grosvenor Coaches matchday service runs on Saturday's for games that kick-off at 3pm. The coach departs from Dickens Heath at 12.30pm and travels via Cheswick Green, Dorridge, Knowle, Shirley, Olton, Acocks Green, and Small Heath before reaching St. Andrew's at 2pm. Click here
for a map. The cost for this service is £4 return.
M5, M6, M40, M42
As well as some street parking in the vicinity, there is a small car park at the ground next to the visitors' entrance. There is a secure independent car park near the stadium based at Birmingham Wheels which is located at Adderley Road South, Birmingham. B8 1AD. (There is a £5 charge)
Areas of interest
St. Andrew's Stadium is located in Small Heath, which is approximately one and a half miles from Birmingham city centre. For details regarding restaurants, accommodation and places of interest, please visit the city council's Visit Birmingham website here
St. Andrew's has a capacity of 30,016, although the actual number of supporters allowed into the ground is substantially less than this because of segregation
There are cashpoints situated at the nearby Morrisons superstore on the Kop side of the ground.
You can find a full list of club contacts by clicking here
The club takes pride in its facilities for disabled people. Click here
for for more information.
for the club's ground regulations.
The club produces a matchday programme for each home game. The standard programme price is £3. Programmes can be purchased from sellers around the ground and the club superstore.
First opened in 1906, the stadium has four stands. These are The Kop, The Garrison Lane Stand, The Tilton and The Gil Merrick Stand. The Kop and Garrison Lane stands run the length of the pitch, with The Tilton and Gil Merrick stands situated either end. The Gil Merrick Stand houses a combination of home and away supporters. The Family Stand is located in the Garrison Lane Stand adjacent to the Tilton. A larger version of the map can be found here.
The club superstore is situated on Cattell Road on the Kop side of the ground. It is open Mon - Saturday 9.00am - 5.30pm. Merchandise can also be purchased from the club's online store at anytime. Click here
For information about forthcoming tours of St. Andrew's, please click here
Click here for opening hours and further information.Tickets for home and away games can be purchased online here. The main Birmingham City ticket office is based on the Kop side of the ground. The club has produced a helpful guide to ticketing which can be found here.