5 Best St Andrew's Stadium Parking Options | 2024 Fan Guide
Heading to St Andrews Stadium by car? You’ve come to the right place.
Matchday parking can be as stressful as your team losing 5-0. So to help, I’ve tried and tested 5 St Andrew’s Stadium Parking options and listed them all below to make your matchday run a little smoother, no matter the score.
Before we delve into the detail, check out the location of St Andrews Stadium using the map below:
So, where are the best St Andrew's Stadium Parking Spots?
If you’ve read any of our other guides, you’ll know we are big fans of JustPark. If you’re not familiar with them, their platform provides easy online booking for spaces in the vicinity of a chosen area.
Spaces in this area are usually between £10-£15. Not the cheapest, I know. I recommend booking as far in advance as possible – this is usually the best way to find the cheapest deals.
I’ve personally never had any problems with JustPark, and I’ve been using it for years when following the football. Definitely check it out if you fancy booking a space before the game.
St Andrew's Stadium Parking Free
If you’re looking for free matchday parking, your best best is street parking near St Andrews Stadium. From my experience travelling here, there’s plenty of street parking in all the streets around the stadium.
I’d recommend heading down as early as possible and with a bit of luck, you’ll find a space not too far from the ground. Or, find a parking spot near one of the pubs near St Andrews Stadium and grab a pre-match drink!
I’d stay away from Coventry Road as it gets extremely busy pre and post match.
Birmingham City Centre Car Parking
Parking around the stadium can get pretty hectic. If you want to check out the City Centre and grab a bite to eat, I’d recommend checking out one of these car parks:
Birmingham High Street NCP – your standard NCP car park, which charges £7.80 for 3-4 hours of parking. This should cover you for matchday. There are over 1000 spaces here, but on matchdays it can get pretty busy as many people park here for shopping.
High Street, Dale End, Birmingham, B4 7LN
Q Park Mailbox Car Park – Located on the west side of the city centre, this car park is home to over 680 parking spaces and is another great option. Matchday parking here will probably set you back just over £10.
Royal Mail Street, Mailbox, Birmingham B1 1RD
There are numerous transport links to the stadium, which you can check out on the official Birmingham City Football Club website. I’ve personally caught the train from the city to Bordesley Train Station & from here it’s around a 15 minute walk to the ground.
Trinity Birmingham Church
Trinity Birmingham Church is an independent & secure car parking site located around a 3 minute walk from the stadium.
Parking here will set you back around £5 for matchday parking, which is one of the cheapest options you’ll find. It’s located on Coventry Road, which can get extremely busy.
Overall, this is a good parking option.
B10 0SE, Coventry Rd, Small Heath, Birmingham
Birmingham Wheels Parking
Located on Adderley Road South, this secure car park charges £5 per car on matchdays and is only a 10 minute walk from St Andrews Stadium.
I’ve parked here a couple times and never had any trouble. I would recommend heading down here early as it does fill up pretty quickly.
Birmingham Wheels Park, 1, 1 Adderley Rd S, Birmingham B8 1AD
Goodluck with your St Andrew's Stadium Parking!
So, if you’re heading to Birmingham City FC Stadium for a match, I hope one of these Fan Lounge verified parking spots makes your parking situation a little easier!
My top tip for parking would be to arrive early. I know I’ve said it a few times, but it really is crucial to finding a spot close to the stadium. Anyway, goodluck with your St Andrew’s Stadium Parking!