Stagecoach

Invictus Games Trials - Monday 22 July to Friday 26 July 2019

17 Jul 2019

Stagecoach Supertram are proud to support the Invictus UK Trials 2019!

Supertram links many of Sheffield’s major venues. The tram network consists of four routes that serve the City Centre, Sheffield rail station, Rotherham Town Centre as well as many other attractions.

In support of the trials all competitors, family members or staff that have an accreditation pass that include travel can travel for free on Supertram, just show your pass to the conductor on the tram!

Below is the information you need to get you to the main trials venues:

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Event

Venue

Tram Route & Destination from City Centre

 

Tram stop

Journey Time from City Centre

The Big Gig

Fly DSA Arena

Yellow (Meadowhall)

Tram Train (Parkgate)

Arena / Olympic Legacy Park

12 minutes

Athletics

Hallam University Athletics stadium

Yellow (Meadowhall)

Tram Train (Parkgate)

Woodbourn Road

9 minutes

Wheelchair

Rugby Finals

 

Archery

 

Sitting

Volleyball

Finals

 

Powerlifting

 

Wheelchair Basketball Finals

 

Indoor Rowing

 

 

English

Institute of Sport

(EIS)

 

 

Yellow (Meadowhall)

 

Tram Train (Parkgate)

 

 

Arena / Olympic Legacy Park

 

 

12 minutes

Swimming

Ponds Forge

Sports Centre

Situated in the City Centre, check route map for details

Fitzalan Square / Ponds Forge

 

The Soldier’s Arts

Academy -

Soldier On

Sheffield City Hall

Situated in the City Centre. Due to rail replacement works the nearest tram stop served by trams is the Cathedral. The B3 replacement bus service does stop near City Hall

Cathedral

 

The Cycling event takes place around the City Centre, use the Cathedral tram stop if travelling into the City Centre for the event.

If you do not have a accreditation pass with travel included, there is a conductor on every tram to offer travel advice and sell tickets (and its cash only on board for now). A tram only dayrider for £4.20 will give you a day of unlimited tram travel on all four tram routes, and there is also a family tram only dayrider available for just £9 (up to 2 adults and 3 children under 16 years old). Alternatively you can get these any many more tickets on the Stagecoach Bus app.

The trams run a regular (Yellow route services every 12 minutes during the day) 7 day service from early morning until around midnight. 

Due to Rail replacement works buses will replace trams between the Cathedral and Middlewood/ Malin Bridge tram stops. Trams will operate to the main venues shown throughout the trials.

Every tram has a low floor area at either end to accommodate wheelchairs and pushchairs. The space is large enough to accommodate more than one wheelchair at a time. 

You can receive live travel updates by following Supertram on Twitter @SCSupertram