Middlesbrough - Riverside Stadium
Away Travel Guide
Address: Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, Cleveland, TS3 6RS
Telephone: 0844 499 6789
Middlesbrough's ground is the Riverside Stadium, 15 minutes’ walk from the town centre.
Chelsea were Boro's first opponents when the ground opened in August 1995.
From the South:
Use the M1 and come off at exit signposted to Teeside via the A19. Follow the road for 30 miles and then turn right onto the A66 Middlesbrough bypass. After three miles turn left at the roundabout into Forest Road for the ground.
From the North:
Head towards Middlesbrough on the A19 and cross over the River Tees. Then turn left onto the A66 Middlesbrough bypass. After three miles turn left at the roundabout into Forest Road for the ground.
From the West:
From the A1 (M) exit at Junction 57 onto the A66 (M), following it until the end, turning onto the A66. Continue straight on the A66 for approximately 20 miles, turning left at the roundabout into Forest Road. The ground is straight ahead.
Supporters without a permit are advised to use town centre parking.
Middlesbrough Station is located on Albert Road, 10 minutes’ walk from the ground.
Supporters travelling by rail from the south should change at Darlington.
There are a limited number of raised platform seats for away fans in the West Lower Stand and South West Lower Corner. Additional disability seating is provided pitchside along the East and West Stands.
For visiting fans, there is wheelchair availability on the front row of the away section. Availability depends on the size of the away allocation.
Click here for more information or below to download a visiting supporters' guide.