Travel & Parking


The Monks Cross area is served by a number of bus routes, providing regular services from the city centre and surrounding areas. Please see a map of all routes above.

The most frequent, First York Park and Ride service 9, departs every 12 minutes from York City Centre.

At night games additional bus services will be provided by First York and the bus company have confirmed that a bus will be available after the full time whistle on night games. The final bus scheduled is 10pm leaving Monks Cross Park and Ride.

For customer service on bus travel please contact First York directly.

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Another dedicated shuttle bus service between Stonebow and the LNER Community Stadium on home match days has been organised with First York thanks to the Supporters’ Trust.

The Y22 service runs from two hours before kick-off and after the game until the ground is clear, up to 90 minutes after the full-time whistle.

From March 2024, York Pullman Bus operate the service on behalf of First York.

Fans wishing to use the service will need to purchase the Y22 tickets from the First Bus app, which are priced at:

  • Adult return: £3.50
  • Child/Concessionary return: £2
  • Adult single: £2
  • Child/Concessionary single: £1

No other tickets are valid on the service


Car Parking & Restrictions

Where possible, we encourage supporters to walk, cycle or use public transport when visiting the stadium. Car Parking is limited in the area and roads can get congested on match days.

City of York Council have implemented parking restrictions on the local road network, as well as some residential streets.

A dedicated area within the Monks Cross P&R site has 400 spaces for match day users. Tickets need to be purchased in advance from the club’s ticketing website. A steward then scans your ticket in the car park. Parking is not permitted in any other local car parks, so we highly recommend pre-booking an official parking space. Stewards will be present in the area on match days to advise.

The Vangarde Shopping Park, does offer parking for up to six hours with a minimum spend of £5 in one of their stores or restaurants. Proof of purchase is required and you will need to give your car registration to one of their stewards. Click here for Vangarde rules.

Should you require a disabled parking spot, please contact the Ticket Office directly on 01904 950950.

Stadium Location

The LNER Community Stadium is located in the North East of the City of York, adjacent to the Monks Cross and Vangarde Shopping Centres. If you are travelling by car, please use the directions provided below or postcode YO32 9AE in your satnav.

From the North & West (A19 / A59)

Upon reaching the York Outer Ring Road (A1237) turn left at the roundabout. Continue along the A1237 past the Clifton Moor Shopping Centre for approximately 3.5 miles. At the Monks Cross Link Road roundabout, take the third exit and follow the signs to the Stadium.

From the A64 (East)

Upon reaching the A64 roundabout, take the second exit. At the next roundabout (Hopgrove), take your first exit. Continue along Malton Road and take the second exit at the next roundabout, following the signs for Vangarde Shopping Centre and the Stadium.

From the A64 (West)

Continue along the A64 until reaching the roundabout and take the first exit. At the next roundabout, take the first exit and continue along Malton Road. At the next roundabout, follow the signs for Vangarde Shopping Centre and the Stadium.


Walking and Cycling to the LNER Community Stadium

There are a number of excellent on and off-road walking and cycling routes from York city centre, Huntington, Heworth and beyond. Over 300 cycle (uncovered) stands are positioned around LNER Community Stadium. All external areas are covered by CCTV.


If you catch a taxi, we recommend using the North car park to drop off and pick up.

Supporters can place a booking directly in under 10 seconds and experience exclusive priority service from club partner Drive Taxis York too.

By Train

The main station is York Station, which is situated in the centre of York, around three miles from the LNER Community Stadium. Bus services are available directly from outside the station.

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