Home to the world famous Belle Vue Aces, the stadium is located along the city’s ‘Sport Corridor’ and is a significant aspect of the East Manchester Regeneration Framework.
Purpose-built for speedway, the venue boasts an impressive capacity of over 6000 spectators, including the stunning 1800-seat grandstand, which can be increased almost twofold through the use of temporary seating.
A facility of both national and international significance to the shale sport, the stadium is also fully equipped to host business, corporate and private events such as conferences, product launches and weddings.
Train: Belle Vue Station located on Hyde Road is less than a 500-metre walk to the stadium, from which frequent services link directly to Manchester Piccadilly. Journey planner - www.northernrail.org.
Bus: Several major bus routes - operated by Stagecoach and First Manchester - serve the A57. Alight at Diamond Lodge Hotel for stadium access. Journey planner - www.tfgm.com.
Air: Closest airport - Manchester - less than a 10-mile drive from the stadium via the M56 and A34.
Car: Linked directly to City Centre Manchester by A57 (Hyde Road) and less than a 15-minute drive from the M60 Ring Road, which links to several major transport routes such as the M6.
Travelling westbound from the city centre, bear right off the A57 onto Kirkmanshulme Lane when approaching the Diamond Lodge Hotel. Venue is on the left just beyond the Belle Vue Stadium.
Travelling eastbound from the M60, turn left off the A57 at Belle Vue Station then bear right onto Kirkmanshulme Lane. Venue is on the left just beyond the Belle Vue Stadium.
Travelling northbound on the A6, turn right onto A6010 and take the third right onto Kirkmanshulme Lane. Venue is on the right just beyond St Peter’s RC High School and Belle Vue Leisure Centre.
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