Getting to Nethermoor

Travel Guide

Guiseley AFC is a community-orientated club and so we have a travel plan to encourage as many people as possible to walk or use public transport to get to games.

On Foot

Nethermoor is easily accessible on foot.  For walking directions from your door, you can use

For walking directions use this post code: LS20 8BT


We welcome cyclists and will allow you to bring your bicycle into the ground.  For cycling directions you can use

For cycling directions use this post code: LS20 8BT

By Bus

There are two bus stops directly outside the ground.  The Bus Stop numbers are: 45018836 (direction towards Leeds) and 45018829 (direction towards Otley).

To find the next bus leaving the stops you can use the West Yorkshire Metro yournextbus service by texting the stop number to 63876 or visit the link below to plan your journey.

WY Metro Nethermoor Journey Planner

By Rail

Nethermoor is about five minutes’ flat walk from Guiseley station.  It is very well served on the Wharfedale Line by trains from Leeds, Bradford and Ilkley.

You can find the train timetable here.

Directions from Guiseley Railway Station (Direct Services from Leeds, Bradford Forster Square and Ilkley)

  • On alighting from the train, exit into the station car park and walk diagonally across it towards the path between hedges that leads to a terrace of stone-built houses.
  • Walk to the end of the terrace and turn right into Otley Road – Nethermoor is 200 yards on the right. It’ll take you approximately five minutes.

By Car

There is a free car park extremely close to the ground on Netherfield Road, sat nav post code LS20 9PD.

Parking here is free and you can access Nethermoor by the footbridge in the back corner.

For those with electric cars, local pub The Halfway House in Baildon has a charge point.

We remind everybody who travels by car to park legally and considerately.  Local residential streets are monitored by stewards and if you park illegally or cause obstructions, you run a real risk of receiving a parking ticket or, worse still, having your vehicle removed by traffic officials.