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The ground has ample car parking and is priced at £3.00.

There is also motorcycle, and scooter areas allocated.


Coaches can park in Madden Rd.



Approach Plymouth along the A38 until you reach the Manadon intersection which is signposted for the A386, City Centre.

Follow the A386 towards the City Centre. Follow signs for City Centre A386.  At the North Cross roundabout take the third turning onto the A374 Western Approach.

At the bottom of the Western Approach follow the road round onto Union Street A374.

Follow the road up Devonport Hill continuing onto Cumberland Rd and look for the yellow AA signs indicating a right turn (into Madden Road) for Brickfields Recreation Ground.

There is ample parking next to the club for only £3.00.



FROM THE CITY CENTRE the best bus to catch is 21/21A, which is every 10 minutes from Bus Stop A1, outside St Andrews Church at the top of Royal Parade on the Guild Hall side. The buses are branded ‘Spark’ and are Silver and Red.

FROM OUTSIDE THE CITY CENTRE it’s better to catch a bus into the City Centre and then changing bus, the best ticket to buy is a Dayrider ticket, allowing unlimited travel all day on multiple services.

The other main services that come directly from other parts of the city to Albion are:

Service 5/5A

Plymstock – City Centre – Albion

Saltash – Albion

Service 21/21A

Plympton – City Centre – Albion

Barne Barton – St Budeaux – Albion

Service 34

Derriford – Stoke – Albion

If travelling direct to and from Albion, then best ticket to buy is a return ticket.

Any child under 16 travelling with an adult (up to 3 children per adult) only pay £1 with the City Bus ‘Add a Kid for a Quid’ offer.



Please call City Cabs on 01752 242424



Plymouth city train station is located within a short taxi ride to Plymouth Albion ground. Rail services from the city are now operated by three companies. There is a frequent service throughout the day to London Paddington as well as cross-country services to major cities in the Midlands, the North of England and Scotland.



The nearest airport is Exeter approximately 45 minutes drive away. There is also an airport at Newquay, which is approximately 75 minutes away.



We want Plymouth Albion RFC to be accessible to everyone, no matter what you’re visiting us for!

Our facilities include:

Disabled parking in the main car park

3 disabled toilets

Accessibility ramps throughout the grounds

An outside viewing platform

Views from inside the leisure centre (by prior arrangement with the Club )

Plymouth Albion is also dementia friendly (We are listed in the Plymouth Dementia Awareness Register).


You can contact the club during opening hours to discuss your requirement further and we’ll be happy to assist in anyway that we can.

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