By Train

Colwyn Bay train station is accessible from both directions if travelling by rail. From the station, Eirias is about a 10 minute walk or just a couple of minutes in a taxi. During all major events you will find there are plenty of signposts giving clear directions from the station.

By Car

We are situated off junction 22 on the A55, signposted Old Colwyn / Hen Golwyn. If travelling from the direction of Chester, exit at junction 22, and turn left at the end of the slip road and head up the road. At the roundabout take the 4th exit onto Abergele road and we are situated a short distance from here on the right hand side. If travelling from the direction of Bangor, take the exit at junction 22, head down the slip road and turn right. At the roundabout take the 4th exit onto Abergele road and we are situated a short distance from here on the right hand side.


Stadiwm Zip World and Eirias offers various parking locations on match day. Disabled parking is located within Eirias High School and the new car park off Abergele Road. Free parking near the stadium is available at:

  • Astro turf car park (located next to Ticket Office)
  • Colwyn Leisure Centre
  • Eirias High School
  • New car park off Abergele Road
  • Civic Centre

Coach parking is located in the Astro turf coach parking bays as well as new extra coach spaces in the new car park. There are also numerous pay and display car parks in the town of Colwyn Bay itself. This is only a short walk from the stadium and there is also a bus stop directly opposite the ground.

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