European Association of Sport Economics


How to get here

By Rail

Virgin Trains operate 18 trains per day between London Euston and Liverpool Lime Street, taking just over two hours to arrive in the heart of the city from the capital. There are regular services between Liverpool and most other major UK cities.

By Sea

Seacat – Isle of Man and Dublin City Centre to Liverpool City Centre 

Norse Merchant Ferries – Belfast to Liverpool (sailing to 12 Quays Terminal, Birkenhead) 

By Air

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is 20 minutes from the city centre and offers hundreds of direct flights from 60+ European cities, as well as several domestic airports.

Half-hourly bus shuttles connect the airport to the city centre, stopping at the major hotels and the main bus interchange. Metered taxis from the airport are plentiful (typically £12-£15 to city centre).

Manchester International Airport is a 45 minute car journey to Liverpool City Centre and is also served by an hourly direct train service (journey time one hour). Manchester is a long-haul hub airport.

By Road

Liverpool is well connected by a dense motorway network (M62, M56, M57, M58). As with most city centres, chargeable parking is available but we would recommend that delegates arrive by public transport.

Where to stay 

There are lots of great hotels within close proximity to the University of Liverpool Management School, and the city centre. Budget friendly on-campus student accommodation (Vine Court Accommodation, 35 Myrtle St, Liverpool L7 7AJ) is also available.

Hope Street Hotel (5 minute walk)

Hallmark Hotel (8 minute walk)

Nadler Hotel (18 minute walk)

Novotel (22 minute walk)

Shankly Hotel (24 minute walk)

Hard Days Night (25 minute walk)

The Sir Thomas Hotel (25 minute walk)

Hotel Indigo (31 minute walk)

Holiday Inn (20 minute walk)

Where to eat

You don't have to go far from the University to find some of the best eateries that Liverpool has to offer. 

Hope Street - A five minute walk from the Management School, Hope Street is a hub of restaurants and bars, with a selection of restaurants serving Italian, Pan-Asian, American, Canadian, British and Mediterranean.

Bold Street - Slightly further into the city centre, but still within walking distance (approx. 15 minutes), is Bold Street. Bold Street is a bustling road lined with independent restaurants serving food from every corner of the globe.

Chinatown - Located in the South of the city centre (approx. 20 minute walk), Chinatown is home to the oldest Chinese community in Europe. There are many Chinese restaurants serving no frills, delicious food.