This page provides all the information you need to find your way around our historic venue, the Kia Oval.

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Catering at the Kia Oval

The Kia Oval offers a variety of catering options around the ground. On a Specsavers County Championship and Royal London One-Day Cup fixture there is Deep Blue Restaurant, a burger van, an ice-cream van and beer carts located in the Pavilion forecourt, as well as The Feathers pub located behind the Bedser stand serving drinks and snacks.

On T20 match days, the Kia Oval has a food village at the Vauxhall End of the ground featuring some of London’s finest street food vendors, as well as live music entertainment.

Surrey County Cricket Club Members can enjoy the numerous bars, cafes and restaurants within the Members’ Pavilion on a match day.

Toilets at the Kia Oval.

Toilets all around the perimeter of the ground, with baby changing facilities located behind block 1, 13 and 19 of the OCS Stand as well as by Entrance 27 of the Lock Laker stand.

The Surrey County Cricket Club Shop

Surrey County Cricket Club has a permanent Club Shop located in the Pavilion Forecourt, behind the Lock Laker stand. On T20 match days, there are also retail units around the ground by the Family Zone behind the Peter May stand, block 4 of the OCS stand and by the entrance of the OCS stand.

Official Surrey and England Merchandise can also be purchased online at shop.kiaoval.com.

Accessibility at the Kia Oval

We are constantly striving to improve standards and improve our facilities and attitudes accordingly.

Wheelchair friendly toilet facilities are located in the OCS stand behind blocks 2 and 19, by entrance 22 of the Peter May Stand, by entrance 28 of the Lock Laker stand and between entrances 31 and 32 of the Bedser Stand. The majority of these toilets require a RADAR key. If you are not in possession of a RADAR key, then contact the nearest steward who will source one for you immediately. Emergency cords are situated in all accessible toilets.

The majority of our catering points have been adapted to offer low level service points. Where these are not available, our staff will be more than happy to source any product for you.

Induction loops have been installed in a number of the seating blocks in the ground. In addition, all receptions, tickets offices and a number of catering outlets also have this facility. Switching your hearing aid to M or T can access the system.

We are committed to developing an ongoing program of improvements and would welcome your constructive comments. This can be done by emailing tpeters@surreycricket.com, Accessibility Liaison Officer, or if you want to book tickets please call 0844 375 1845.

Family Zone at the Kia Oval

The Kia Oval prides itself as a family friendly stadium and we want to offer the best match day experience to mums, dads and children. Therefore we have host a  ‘Family Zone’ on T20 match days, located by the Peter May stand, featuring cricket coaching, games, giveaways, autograph sessions and a visit from Caesar the Mascot!

First Aid and Medical Support

First Aid services are provided on-site at every match day at the Kia Oval. If you require first aid assistance whilst at the Kia Oval, please contact your nearest steward or go to one of our first aid centres located behind Block A of the OCS stand and between entrance 32 and 33 of the Bedser Stand.

Cash Machines at the Kia Oval

On Specsavers County Championship and Royal London One-Day Cup fixtures, the cash machine located in the reception of the OCS stand is available to use. Please note that this cash machine charges for use. On NatWeat T20 Blast match days, and Internationals at the Kia Oval, cash machines are also available in the Pavilion forecourt by entrance 29 and behind block 6 of the OCS stand.

Nearest transport links to the Kia Oval

The latest travel news for getting to and from the Kia Oval can be found here.

By Car
No match-day parking is available at, or in the vicinity, of the ground and we advise all fans to use public transport. The Kia Oval does offer parking to Blue Badge holders, and any disabled fans who require parking. Please contact Theresa Peters, Disability Liaison Officer, should you require car parking here.

By National Rail
The Kia Oval is located just a ten-minute walk from Vauxhall station, served by South West Trains coming in and out of Waterloo.

By London Underground
The Kia Oval is easily accessible on both the Northern Line and the Victoria Line. Oval tube station is a two-minute walk from the ground, and is on the Northern Line. Vauxhall tube station is a ten-minute walk from the Kia Oval, and is served by the Victoria Line. For more information, and to plan your journey to the Kia Oval via the London Underground, click here.

By Bus
Route numbers 36, 185 and 436 stop outside the ground and the following buses stop within a five-minute walk of the Kia Oval: 3, 59, 109, 133, 159, 333. For more information, and to plan your journey to the Kia Oval via the London Underground, click here.