Birmingham’s position in the centre of England means it is super easy to reach. The city is well-connected by road, rail and air.


Birmingham Airport serves more than 400 direct or one stop destinations globally with 50 airlines. Just 10km from the centre of Birmingham the airport is connected by rail, road and bus, and in just 10 minutes you can be in the very heart of Birmingham.

The quickest way to the city centre is by train from Birmingham International. The Airport’s terminal is connected by a free and rapid monorail link. For those who wish to stay longer than the tournament Birmingham International is connected to the intercity network with frequent services to London and most major UK cities.

Alternatively, you can take a local bus into the heart of Birmingham. Average journey times are 30 minutes from the Airport to the city centre.National Express and Megabus coaches also stop outside the Terminal, connecting the Airport with Birmingham and beyond.


Birmingham city centre has three train stations- Birmingham New Street, Birmingham Moor Street and Birmingham Snow Hill. These stations serve both local and national routes.

Birmingham New Street Station is at the centre of the National Rail network and has frequent services to London, Manchester, Cardiff, Bristol and Edinburgh to name but a few.


Thanks to Birmingham’s central position it is easily accessible via the M5, M6, M40 and M42.