Venues

National Squash Centre

Situated at the heart of Manchester’s famous Sportcity complex, the National Squash Centre is a fitting home for the AJ Bell British Squash Grand Prix. The centre’s state-of-the-art facilities include six standard courts and a stunning glass show-court, with room for 1,200 spectators. When the action on court heats up, the atmosphere in this amazing venue is on another level.


Parking
All parking for the AJ Bell British Squash Grand Prix will be on the Etihad Campus in the blue car parks. The blue car parks are accessed via Gate 2 off Alan Turning Way and are approximately a 5 minute walk from the venue. Download car park map here

The postcode to use for the car parks is M11 3DU. Please note that this is a new postcode so may not be recognised by older sat navs.

Important – On Sat 3 Dec MCFC play Chelsea at home K/O 12:30. The site and surrounding roads will be extremely busy leading up to the match and also immediately after the match has finished. Please allow plenty of time for your journey.


How to find us

National Squash Centre,
Gate 13,
Rowsley St,
Manchester
M11 3FF


Directions

Car
From M60, leave at Junction 23 and follow signs for Sportcity

Train and Tram
The nearest national rail station is Manchester Piccadilly.
Line G – Bury to Etihad Campus or Line F - Bury to Ashton-under-Lyne
Tram Stop: Etihad Campus

Bus
From Piccadilly Gardens:
213, 216, 231


Qualification Venues

Northern Squash Club

Situated in the heart of Didsbury, The Northern is a unique members owned Racket sports and Fitness club offering Tennis, Squash and Fitness facilities to rival any club in the North West. With 2 Glassback courts with spectator seating and 4 standard courts with viewing gallery, the Northern Squash Club will be a host for this year's AJ Bell British Squash Grand Prix qualifications.
For more information visit www.thenorthern.co.uk

Moss Side Squash Club

Moss Side is a community squash club based at the Moss Side Leisure Centre with currently 3 teams competing in the North West Counties Squash League, one third division team and two fifth division teams. Moss Side Squash Club will be a host for this year's AJ Bell British Squash Grand Prix qualifications.
For more information visit www.mosssidesquash.org.uk

Cheetham Hill Squash Club

Cheetham Hill Squash Club was formed in 1970 when two courts were built on the site of the old groundsman’s cottage of Cheetham Hill Cricket Club. A third squash court was added in 1977 due to the popularity of the sport. In recent years the squash courts have been totally refurbished and have 3 courts including 2 glassbacks, tiered seating and a viewing gallery. Cheetham Hill Squash Club will be a host for this year's AJ Bell British Squash Grand Prix qualifications.
For more information visit www.cheethamhillcricketclub.co.uk

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