Manchester Regional Arena
Manchester Regional Arena was developed as the warm up track for the 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games. It’s a state of the art all seated 6500 capacity arena in the heart of the City with direct transport links to the City centre. From 2015, the facility will host Manchester Rangers RLFC 1st team and a number of community events run via the club and its community programme.
Rowsley Street, Manchester, M11 3FF
- By Rail - The closest train stations to Manchester Regional Arena are, Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria
- By Bus - Service 216 from Piccadilly Gardens
- By Car - From M60, leave at Junction 23 and follow signs for Sportcity
- By Metrolink - The quickest way to travel to Manchester Regional Arena from the city centre is via Metrolink. The Centre has its own Metrolink station – Etihad Campus. The station is on the East Manchester line running from Bury to Ashton-Under-Lyne via Manchester City Centre. Passengers can connect from services from Altrincham and Eccles at Manchester Piccadilly or Piccadilly Gardens, and services from East Didsbury, Chorlton, Oldham and Rochdale at Market Street.
Belle Vue Sports Village
Belle Vue Sports Village is a brand new, multi million pound development which includes the 10,000 capacity National Speedway Stadium complete with 2 4G Rugby League pitches. Belle Vue Sports Village will house Manchester Rangers Reserves for 2016 and beyond.
Belle Vue Sports Village will also form the community hub for Rugby League in East Manchester, with Ranger's player development programmes being based out of the first class facility including Belle Vue Bees ARLFC.
Kirkmanshulme Lane, Gorton, Manchester, M12 4TF