Arriving at Riverside Stadium from City Centre

Fans can take a bus or taxi to the ground from Middlesbrough station, but it is only a 15-minute walk away.

Arriving at Riverside Stadium by Public Transport

National Rail

Middlesbrough Station [MBR]

The station is located at Zetland Road, Middlesbrough, Cleveland, TS1 1EH and is operated by TransPennine Express.

It offers the following services: 

  • Trains to Liverpool and Manchester with Leeds, York and the North East, with Sheffield and Doncaster and with the Lake District and beyond. 
  • Supporters travelling by rail from the south should change at Darlington.

Buses

There are numerous buses available from the town centre.

Taxi 

Delta taxi - 0151 924 7373

Arriving at Riverside Stadium by Car

The stadium is served by the following main roads:

  • From North: Approaching Middlesbrough on the A19, cross over the River Tees and take the A66 eastbound towards Middlesbrough town centre. Stay on the A66 past the town centre (on your right) and follow signs to the stadium, which you will see on your left.
  • From South: M6, Leave the A1(M) at junction 49, signposted to Teesside, and join the A168, which after approximately 11 miles will become the A19. Approximately 19 miles later take the A66 eastbound towards Middlesbrough town centre. Stay on A66 past the town centre (on your right) and follow signs to the stadium, which you will see on your left.
  • From West: Leave the A1(M) at Junction 57 onto the A66(M). Follow signs to Teesside on the A66. In approximately 18 miles you will pass Middlesbrough town centre (on your right) and follow signs to the stadium, which you will see on your left.

Parking

Matchday parking at the stadium is restricted to permit holders. 
 
Matchday parking can be pre-booked via the Ticket Office on 0844 499 1234. Read more here >>

Riverside Stadium capacity at start of the Season: 33,746

Built: 1995

Pitch size: 105m x 68m

Stadium address: Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, TS3 6RS

Phone: +44 (0) 844 499 6789

Middlesbrough moved to their new Riverside home in 1995 after almost 92 years at Ayresome Park.

The first match at the venue was a 2-0 victory over Chelsea, with Craig Hignett scoring the first goal.

There have been plenty of developments to the ground over the years, including statues of Boro and England legends Wilf Mannion and George Hardwick and the erection of the former Ayresome Park gates outside the main entrance.

Riverside Stadium Map

Riverside Stadium map