Roads in Oldham and the surrounding areas, including the local motorway network, will be busier than normal on match day. Please check your route before you travel and allow more time for your journey.
The main road that will be affected by congestion prior to kick off will be the A571 Oldham Road between the hospital and Broadway.
Following the game Broadway (westbound) towards Elk Mill will have increased journey times.
Supporters on a match day should use the Hospital Car Park which has a cost of £5. A steward will be on hand to assist.
Parking is limited and fans are advised to use the postcode ‘OL1 2PA’ for their Satellite Navigation.
For those who wish to park on the Oldham Event Centre (Joe Royle Stand) facilities please use the postcode 'OL2 5BL'.
Fast, frequent and reliable services run to Oldham where you can then continue your journey to Boundary Park on foot or by bus.
Westwood is the closest stop to the ground, around a 20-minute walk away.
Journeys on the tram take approximately 20 minutes from Manchester Victoria.
Metrolink operates a zonal fare system with Westwood, Oldham King Street, Oldham Central and Oldham Mumps all located in zone 3.
The cost of a zone 1+2+3 ticket is £3.80 for a single journey or £4.20 for an off-peak day travelcard. This price covers travel across any of these zones, such as a journey between Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria.
You can now travel by tram with contactless cards and devices using the smart readers on stops. The stops where you touch-in and touch-out will show us the zones you have travelled through so that you are charged the correct amount.
For further information and a full list of zones and ticket prices, visit the dedicated Metrolink ticket zone page.
Tickets must be purchased before travel, with ticket machines located on every platform at all Metrolink stops.
Metrolink Park & Ride
You can avoid the busy match-day traffic by leaving your car at a Park and Ride site, before completing the remainder of your journey on Metrolink.
With plenty of sites across the network, it’s easy to park up and hop on the tram for a hassle-free journey to the ground.
Park and Ride sites include:
- Oldham Mumps with 270 spaces – Prince Street, Oldham, OL1 3TJ
- Piccadilly with 550 spaces – Boad Street, Manchester, M1 2RP
- Rochdale Railway Station with 217 spaces – Hare Street, Rochdale, OL11 1JL
A full list of sites and locations can be found on TfGM’s dedicated Park and Ride webpage.
Currently, the 149, 159, 181, 182, 183, 402, 408, 409 and 418 services run close to the stadium.
If you are travelling by bus to Boundary Park please check service times with your operator before you travel.
Journeys could take longer than advertised on match days due to the volume of traffic, so please allow additional time for your journey.
You can plan your bus journey with TfGM.
Also, find out more about 'Our Pass' by clicking here.
Manchester is well served by rail, with services running into Manchester Piccadilly, Oxford Road and Victoria. Fans can connect to onward tram services from Victoria and Piccadilly.
Be sure to plan ahead and check train times on the National Rail website before you travel.
Walking & Cycling
Boundary Park is just over one mile from the town centre and so walking and cycling are good options to get to and from the match.
Walking from the town centre takes just over 20 minutes.
See the below map for the quickest routes.
Away fans are located in the Chadderton Road End (behind the goal) at one end of the ground in front of Clayton Playing Fields.
Gates open two hours before kick-off with searches of supporters taking place at the turnstiles. Supporters are advised to arrive at the stadium in good time as there may be queues to enter.
Wheelchair & Disabled Access
Wheelchair users and people with mobility issues should head to the Oldham Event Centre car park just off Broadway where full disabled access to the Chadderton Road End is located. This ensures supporters can get inside Boundary Park safely.
Visiting Oldham & Manchester
If you’re visiting Oldham for the match and want to see more of the sites why not check out the Visit Oldham website to see what else this great town has to offer.
Manchester is home to the world's biggest football museum, exploring the beautiful game – past and present – through first-class exhibitions.
The National Football Museum is located in the city centre and open daily from 10am to 5pm.
Last updated by TfGM (July 2019).