Plymouth Speedway

About Plymouth Speedway Plymouth Gladiators Speedway Team enter 2021 with a new Team in a new League with 12 Clubs stretching from the South West to the South East right up to the major Scottish Cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh.  The Gladiators include 3 time World Champion and all time Record Speedway GP Event winner Jason Crump, Danish GP Star Bjarne Pedersen ; together with young Global Stars from the USA, Australia, France and the UK, including Devons own young sensation Henry Atkins. Matches are staged on Tuesdays at 7pm at The Coliseum Arena from May to October. Full Details can be found at and across Social Media Channels.

Plymouth Speedway

Plymouth Speedway
Plymouth Colusieum
Coypool Rd,

To get to the Speedway FREE Parking at Coypool Park & Ride
From Marsh Mills Roundabout / A38 follow signs to Coypool Park and Ride (turn left by the McDonalds drive in and it’s approx 50 meters along the road from there) There are approx 400 parking spaces. The arena is a 5 minute walk along a footpath from Coypool Park & Ridecar park.

(You can only get to Speedway arena and Coypool Park & Ride from the McDonald’s side of Plymouth Road and going under the bridge!)

To get to the Speedway Arena
Take the first left past McDonald’s (onto Coypool Road), follow the road along and bear right as you travel over the old rail tracks and past the entrance to B&M. Keep going along the road and under the road bridge. Then just as it looks like you’re about to drive back onto the sliproad up onto Plymouth Road the speedway arena turning is on the left. The only audience parking at Plymouth Speedway Arena is for disabled badge holders.

Public Transport
Plymouth Citybus services 21/21A serve Plymouth Road which stops outside McDonalds for Plympton bound journeys and on the opposite side of the road (just above the Speedway) from the Marsh Mills East stop for city bound journeys. This serves Barne Bartin, St Budeaux, Devonport, Stonehouse, City Centre, Marsh Mills, Plympton, Chaddlewood.

Service 21/21A timetable:

Ticket collection

Tickets can only be booked at (our in person and phone box office are not in operation until further notice)


Access for disabled people

There is a step free seating area suitable for people in a wheelchair or anyone with limited mobility. Please book a Disabled ticket to reserve one of these spaces (each wheelchair/limited mobility ticket purchased entitles the bearer to one carer to attend at the same time free of charge – no ticket required)

There are also accessible unisex toilet facilities.

Disabled parking is available at the Speedway Arena for disabled badge holders.