The Ageas Bowl Parking
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Home to Hampshire County Cricket Club, the Ageas Bowl is a modern cricket ground with a hotel and conference centre.
Originally known as the Rose Bowl, the stadium is called the Ageas Bowl for sponsorship reasons. It is located in West End in Hampshire, between the M27 motorway and Telegraph Woods. Hampshire County Cricket Club have played at the Ageas Bowl since 2001.
Also, part of the Ageas Bowl complex is the Boundary Lakes Golf Club. This is an eighteen-hole golf course, which is set in the rolling countryside surrounding the main stadium.
Parking near Ageas Bowl Southampton tends to be in high demand, often making it difficult for visitors to find a convenient space.
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Book in advance to ensure that there’s an affordable parking space waiting when you arrive. Make sure that you secure the best place to park at the Ageas Bowl. With our hourly and weekly booking options, both long-term and short-term parking near Ageas Bowl is available.
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The Ageas Bowl is located on Botley Road, West End, Southampton S030 3XH.
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Ageas Bowl car parking can be tricky. On non-matchdays, the Ageas Bowl offers complimentary parking for those attending events, such as weddings. All guest and visitors should park in Ageas Bowl car park 2 and car park 1.
However, on some match days, parking needs to be pre-booked and can get busy. For other match days, parking for Ageas Bowl is available on a first-come-first-serve basis. Avoid a rush by booking a space in advance with YourParkingSpace. There is no Ageas Bowl test match parking available unless you have pre-booked.
There is also no Ageas Bowl park and ride or Ageas Bowl park and walk. However, Southampton is the nearest city to the Ageas Bowl, and it is easy to travel from Southampton city centre to the Ageas Bowl by public transport. Parking in Southampton is available in on-street parking bays and in council-owned car parks. The Pay and Display zone in the city centre operates Monday to Saturday between 8am to 8pm and on Sundays and Bank Holidays between 1pm to 6pm
The last thing you want is to worry about a fine dropping through the letterbox. On the YourParkingSpace map, we ensure that we only offer parking spaces that you’re entitled to park in. Forget about restrictions, permits and fines. Leave it to YourParkingSpace to meet your Ageas Bowl parking needs.
The nearest airport to the Ageas Bowl is Southampton airport. Parking spaces in the areas around Southampton airport are in high demand. To secure a cheap, safe and convenient parking space, whether you need long or short stay parking, visit our Southampton airport page.
The Ageas Bowl is situated on the outskirts of Southampton, a port city on the south coast of England. Southampton is packed with a wide range of restaurants, bars, shops, museums, galleries, and hotels. The ship, Titanic, departed from Southampton in 1912 and the city is now home to the SeaCity Museum which houses an interactive model of the Titanic.
Popular nearby attractions include Eastleigh Lakeside Railway, where you can enjoy a ride on a steam train; Itchen Valley Country Park, an expansive parkland with woodland nature trails; and Tudor House and Garden, a 14th Century home and period garden.
YourParkingSpace provides a quick and simple online platform to secure great parking spaces within a short walking distance of the Ageas Bowl, as well as convenient parking spaces for these other unmissable attractions.
Getting to Ageas Bowl
It is easy to get to the Ageas Bowl by car as the stadium is very close to the M27. It is just 1.2 miles from Junction 7 of the M27. When exiting the motorway, follow signs for the Ageas Bowl.
The First Bus No 8 service runs between the Ageas Bowl and Hedge End train station, Southampton Civic Centre and Southampton City Centre.
The Xelabus X4 service tuns between the Ageas Bowl and the Southampton Airport Parkway train station.
The nearest train station is Hedge End station, which is less than 2 miles away. It is about a 35-minute walk from the station to the Ageas Bowl. Alternatively, you could catch a taxi or a bus from the train station to the stadium.
Southampton Airport Parkway train station is about 3.5 miles from the Ageas Bowl and runs services to stations along the Waterloo to Weymouth South West Main Line.
If you’re travelling to the Ageas Bowl by bicycle, there is free bicycle storage available at the stadium. It is located at the top of the hill between the West Gate and the Matchday Ticket Office, just past the reception for the Hilton.
To walk to the Ageas Bowl, make your way along Botley Road until you reach Marshall Drive and the giant set of cricket stumps. Then walk up Marshall Drive and head straight over the roundabout.
Southampton airport is located just 3.5 miles from the Ageas Bowl. On arrival at the airport, you can catch a taxi or take the First Bus No 8 to the Ageas Bowl.
There are no electric vehicle charging points at the Ageas Bowl. However, there are a number of electric vehicles charging points in nearby Southampton. These are mainly managed by POLAR and New Motion. Electric vehicle drivers are advised to become a member of a public charging network in order to make use of the charging points in Southampton.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points in the UK can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
A Blue Badge offers more options for parking, allowing you to park in more places for longer. Often this is free of charge.
At the Ageas Bowl, blue badge holders should park behind the Colin Ingleby-Mackenzie stand in the disabled bays. You drive past the turnstiles, up and over the hill and turn left into the east gate entrance.
Overnight, weekends & bank holidays
The Ageas Bowl does not provide overnight parking. However, no need to panic if you need an overnight parking spot. YourParkingSpace can find you somewhere to park whenever you need it. We’re here to help you find a space fast, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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How do I get to the Ageas Bowl?
There are a number of choices for travelling to the Ageas Bowl. You could travel there by car, bus, train, bicycle, or on foot. See the Public Transport section above for more information about each option.
How long does it take to get to the Ageas Bowl?
It depends on where you are travelling from. It is just under half an hour to the Ageas Bowl from Southampton. It is about two and a half hours from London to the Ageas Bowl.
How many seats does the Ageas Bowl have?
The Ageas Bowl has the capacity for seating an audience of 15,000. It can seat up to 25,000 with temporary seating included.
What time do the players arrive at the Ageas Bowl?
The players arrive in advance of the match at various times.
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