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Ground Directions 
THE BRIGHTONANDHOVEJOBS.COM COUNTY GROUND, HOVE

To plan your journey by public transport follow Traveline, which can plan your entire journey or go through to the National Rail Planner or Stagecoach buses.

Listed below are details on how to travel to The BrightonandHoveJobs.com County Ground via bus, rail, as well as information for motorists and where to park.

Click on the following links for a map of club amenities or, details of disabled facilities.

Ground Address:
The BrightonandHoveJobs.com County Ground.
Eaton Road,
Hove,
East Sussex
BN3 3AN

Travelling by Bus

The Number 7 bus runs past the North (Cromwell Road End) of the ground with several stops in close proximity of the ground. This service is the George Street in Hove to Brighton Marina service (and vice versa), and also serves both Hove and Brighton Rail Stations. This bus runs approximately every 7-8 minutes during the day, roughly every 10 minutes later on in the evening on weekdays and Saturdays, and around every 15 minutes on Sundays.

The North-East entrance to the ground is situated on the corner of Cromwell Road and Palmeira Avenue, however if for any reason this should not be accessible, walk down Palmeira Avenue and take a right into Eaton Road to reach the main entrance to SCCC.

The 81B London Road to Furze Hill service stops right outside the main entrance to the ground, however these are slightly less frequent, although it does serve some of the central Brighton areas.

For up to date information on these services and for detailed route map information please visit Brighton & Hove Buses'  Website - www.buses.co.uk

By Rail

To Hove Station
Hove Railway Station is approximately 10 minutes walk from The BrightonandHoveJobs.com County Ground. Walk down Goldstone Villas Road, turn left and walk straight on, across traffic lights (All Saints Church on corner), past The Sussex Cricketer public house where the entrance is next on the left.

The Number 7 Bus (Brighton & Hove Buses) also runs from Hove Station to the North (Cromwell Road End) of the ground, in the direction of Brighton Marina.

To Brighton Station
Brighton's Railway Station is a much further walk from the ground, at least 30 minutes, so it would be advisable to catch one of the regular services to Hove Station or catching the Number 7 bus towards Hove George Street which runs directly past the Cromwell Road End of the ground.

For information regarding train times please phone British Rail on 0345 484950.

Directions by Car

From the M23/A23
Approach the A27 following  the signs for A27 Worthing – Lewes – Newhaven stay in left hand lane signed Worthing A27 take this slip road and stay in left hand lane of the A27 . Continue west -  signed A27 Worthing/Hove and exit at the first slip road singed A2038 Hove/Devils Dyke. At the roundabout at the end of the slip road follow the brown tourist information signs to 'County Cricket Ground'.  Continue to follow these signs for the remainder of your journey.

From the A27 West
Take the slip road signed A 2038 Hove/Devils Dyke. At the mini roundabout at the end of the slip road turn right and continue over the A27 and at the large roundabout follow the brown tourist information signs to 'County Cricket Ground' Continue to follow these signs for the remainder of your journey.

From the A27 East
After going over the A23 flyover following the sign A27 Worthing/Hove. Take the first slip road singed A2038 Hove/Devils Dyke. At the roundabout at the end of the slip road follow the brown tourist information signs to 'County Cricket Ground'. Continue to follow these signs for the remainder of your journey.

From Worthing/Shoreham on the A259
Follow the brown tourist information signs on the A259 to 'Sussex County Cricket Ground' and then at the A259/Grand Avenue junction. Continue to follow these signs for the remainder of your journey.

From the A259 East
Follow the brown tourist information signs to 'Sussex County  Cricket Ground'  the first being just east of the aquarium roundabout in Brighton and then on the A259/Grand Avenue junction. Continue to follow these signs for the remainder of your journey.

Parking

Matchdays within The BrightonandHoveJobs.com County Ground
Only Sussex Members and those with Disabled Parking permits may park within the Ground on matchdays and both are on a strictly first come, first served basis as space is very limited.  There is a daily fee of £5. If there is space for non-members, the charge is £10 per day. Please note there is no parking on T20 matches.

Non-matchdays within The BrightonandHoveJobs.com County Ground
A Car Park Management System has been in operation on the grounds of The BrightonandHoveJobs.com County Ground from early 2014.

Those attending meetings, functions or popping in briefly to buy match tickets etc. will not be affected by the changes. Information is clearly communication upon arrival on site for all of these instances.

Parking will be available to all other legitimate users of the site for vehicle parking (Radius Physiotherapy, The yurbuds Indoor School, Pasticcis Cafe, Sussex Cricketer pub etc.) that wish to stay longer, up to a maximum of three hours, for a nominal charge.

Norton Road Car Park (Hove Town Hall)
At the last set of traffic lights before the Ground (the yellow AA sign points left for SCCC) there is a sign indicating the Norton Road Car Park. You should be in the right lane filter for this. Turn right at the lights and then take the second left. The car park is at the bottom on the right-hand side, and is around five minutes walk from the ground. The postcode for the car park is BN3 3BE and you view the parking tariff HERE (charges apply between 8am and 8pm).

On-street Parking
The roads adjacent to the Club are metered and can range from £2 for 2 hours to £2 to ten hours (nearer Hove station). Please be aware that on-street parking can be scarce and cars must be parked legally as the traffic wardens in this area are very strict.

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