The Vitality Netball World Cup 2019 takes place at the M&S Bank Arena Liverpool, situated on the historic waterfront of the River Mersey next to Royal Albert Dock. The postcode for the arena is L3 4BX.
The area will be very busy with spectators travelling to the event so please make sure you plan your trip and allow plenty of time for your journey.
Please note, West Coast Main Line will be making upgrades to their line around Warrington Bank Quay on Sat 20th & Sun 21 July.
Where possible, we encourage you to share lifts or use public transport to help reduce the environmental impact of our event. All session times are subject to change so please check the latest competition schedule here
Venue doors will open approximately one hour before the first centre pass of the session. so please come early to take your seats and enjoy the pre-match entertainment.
Tickets will be scanned and bag checks will be conducted by stewards on entry, so we ask you to consider keeping bags and personal items to a minimum to allow for a smooth entry.
The M&S Bank Arena Liverpool is a 20-minute walk or short taxi or bus ride from Liverpool Lime Street station. Local Merseyrail Wirral Line trains travel into James Street and Central stations, which are a 15-minute walk away from the arena.
The M&S Bank Arena Liverpool is less than 20 minutes from the UK motorway network and adjacent to one of Liverpool’s main arterial roads. Simply follow the white-on-brown tourist route signs for the Waterfront, visible on all major routes into the city.
Accessible car parking (pay and display) is available on site. There is a drop-off and pickup location by the taxi rank on Kings Parade. There are a number of secure car parking options available nearby, as shown on the map above. More information on parking around the venue can be found here.
Many local bus services and National Express long-distance coaches run into Liverpool ONE bus station, which is just five minutes’ walk from the arena. There is also an hourly bus service from Liverpool ONE bus station to the arena on service 4/4A. The city’s other principal bus station is Queen Square, from which the 10A service to Liverpool ONE runs every six minutes in the daytime.
For private coach travel there are drop-off areas on Kings Parade, which is on the riverside of the arena. Spectators can then make their way by foot to the piazza (outside the venue on the cityside) to enjoy the activities and go through security to take their seats for the session.
For further information about getting to the M&S Bank Arena Liverpool and planning your journey within Liverpool please visit the M&S Bank Arena Liverpool and Merseytravel websites. You can also call Merseytravel on 0151 236 7676 for up-to-date information about your bus, train or ferry service.