With a huge capacity of 10000 people, the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham is a multi-use interior arena. Situated close to the centre of Nottingham, on Bolero Square, the venue has been accessible to the public since 2000. As a side-note, it was opened by the famous Olympic gold medalist Jayne Torvill and it underwent an expansion in 2011. The Motorpoint Arena Nottingham is a highly popular and vibrant place due to the many live music performances, comedy shows and sporting events that take place here every year.
The Motorpoint Arena Nottingham is in the vicinity of the Nottingham city centre, so you will be able to get to it quickly regardless of whether you prefer the bus, the train or the car.
By train and tube: it only takes 11 minutes to walk to the venue from the Nottingham railway station.
By bus: the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham is within a 3-minute walking distance from the bus stop Hockey (Stop H7), which serves the routes 100 Pathfinder, C2, Localink L9, the Lilac Line routes 24, 25, 26 and 27, and the Red Line routes 43 and 44.
By car: the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham is connected to the A612 main road, so it’s easy to get there by car.
International: the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham is just a 14-minute drive from the Aeros Nottingham airport. Or, you can jump V2 bus line that will take you to the city centre.
Visitors who go to the venue by car can use the Nottingham Arena Car Park, which is within a 5-minute walking distance. The parking offers numerous places for Blue Badge Holders.
Access for people with special needs
The Motorpoint Arena Nottingham takes great care of the needs of disabled visitors. The venue is equipped with lowered counters, elevators, automated doors, accessible toilets and changing rooms, wheelchair seats and infra-red headsets. Assistant dogs are also accepted.