Cleveland Browns Stadium

Directions & Parking

Stadium Address

100 Alfred Lerner Way, Cleveland, OH 44114

Directions, Road Closures & Parking


Road Closures:
Use I-90 exits at Ontario, East 9th, Prospect or Superior to access parking downtown. Rolling Road Closures may be in effect as early as 3 hours prior to kickoff. The West 3rd and East 9th exits off Route 2 (Shoreway) will be closed.

There are numerous parking lot options downtown. Many lots are cash only. For parking lot options, subject to availability, click here.

We recommend booking convenient and affordable parking in advance through SpotHero, the nation’s leading parking reservations app. To reserve your parking spot, visit the Cleveland Browns SpotHero Parking Page.

Walking Directions:
When walking from downtown, you can only access the stadium via West 3rd or East 9th streets.


Road Closures:
The City of Cleveland has announced game day road closures of East 9th and West 3rd Streets between Lakeside Avenue and Cleveland Browns Stadium, including State Route 2 (SR 2) exits around the stadium. Rolling Road Closures may be in effect as early as 3 hours prior to kickoff and end shortly after kickoff (example: for a 1:00pm kickoff, rolling road closures will begin at 10:00am and end shortly after 1:00pm). During this time, all Browns parking pass holders and guests with disability drop-offs will only be able to reach Cleveland Browns Stadium by use of North Marginal Road from East 55th Street (Exit 175 on I-90). Please note road closure times are subject to change at the City of Cleveland’s discretion. View our traffic closure routes.

Parking lots adjacent to the stadium are reserved for pass holders. Parking Pass holder lots include the Yellow Lot, Purple Lot, Tan Lot and Valet Lot, which are all located in the North Coast Harbor Lot area. In addition, there is the West 3rd – Orange Lot, the Great Lakes Science Center Garage – Red Lot, and the Silver Lot. View our detailed passholder parking map. Download the latest version of the Browns mobile app and add your parking pass to your mobile wallet at least 24 hours prior to gameday. Download Browns mobile app here

For Sarchione VIP Valet parking pass holder information, click here.

ADA Parking

In compliance with the ADA, there are limited first-come, first-serve cash parking available directly north and west of the stadium. Please display your reserved parking pass or handicap placard to the traffic officer to gain access to these parking lots. ADA Parking is $50 cash only. For more accessibility information, view our accessible options.

Alternative Transportation

Ride Share

Guests are responsible for coordinating their own ride service pickups. The most convenient drop off and pick up location is anywhere on Lakeside Avenue between West 3rd and East 9th.

RTA's Rapid Stations

The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority has four rail lines (Red, Blue, Green and Waterfront) that carry people into Downtown Cleveland.  All rail lines meet at the main terminal at Tower City Center.  From Tower City Center it is about a 15-minute walk to Cleveland Browns Stadium via W. 3rd Street.  For only the Cleveland Browns regular season home games in 2023, the Waterfront Line will be operational from Tower City Center to the South Harbor (Muni Lot) station.  If going directly to the game exit at the W. 3rd St. Station and walk across the street to Cleveland Browns Stadium.

How to ride the Rapid (trains) to see the Browns: 

  1. Parking is free at RTA’s Rapid stations. 
  2. Pay your fare by using RTA’s mobile ticketing solution EZfare in the Transit App or buy an All-Day Pass from a ticket vending machine inside RTA rail stations and keep it with you for the rest of the day.  
  3. Ride in comfort on any Red, Blue or Green Line train into Tower City. (For Browns home games in September, passengers will ride 67R buses to Tower City instead of Blue and Green Line light rail trains).  
  4. From there, light-rail trains go directly to the Waterfront Line. Red Line customers can transfer to the Waterfront Line. Green and Blue Line riders, pay when you exit. 
  5. Exit at the West Third Street Station, and walk across the street to Cleveland Browns Stadium. 
  6. Waterfront Line rail service after the game ends is available for 60 minutes.