Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update 12 April 2021 - The health & wellbeing of all our customers is our absolute priority at Sheffield City Trust.

Our golf courses & leisure centres are now fully open. The Arena remains closed for events but is working with Sheffield Teaching Hospitals as a NHS COVD-19 Vaccination Centre allowing the venue to play a small but important role within the Sheffield community.

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NHS COVID-19 Vaccination Centre opens at Sheffield Arena

Working together to save lives

The Sheffield Arena is located on Broughton Lane, Sheffield, S9 2DF 
& is now open as a Covid-19 Vaccination Centre

Important information updated 29 March 2021:- Do you need to change or cancel your appointment? If so, up until midnight the day before your appointment date, you can call 119 free of charge or click here to visit the NHS web site to cancel your vaccination - please help us to free up any unwanted vaccination times so we can keep vaccinating.

If you have a vaccination appointment here at the Arena the information below should help make your visit to the venue as easy and stress-free as possible - please always check this page & our FacebookTwitter & Instagram before you travel so that you have the most up to date information.

  • Click here for the latest vaccination guide for older adults

  • Click here for the latest information about the Astra Zeneca vaccine and blood clots.

  • Click here for further information on what to expect after your Astra Zeneca vaccination.

  • Please attend your appointment alone, unless you require assistance. If you do need assistance, please bring only one support person. 

  • If you require a wheelchair or mobility aid please bring this with you – the venue only has a very limited number that can be loaned out.  

  • Access the car park via Broughton Lane - there will be signage & marshals to direct you to the most suitable space available in Car Park B when you arrive & you will be directed from your car to Entrance B.  

  • If using public transport the venue has its own tramstop or if travelling by car there is free on site parking with disabled parking spaces - click here for all traffic & travel information.

  • Refreshments will not be available from the venue. We aim to keep your appointment as short as possible so please don’t bring food and/or drink with you. 

  • Your appointment will take approximately 30 minutes. Please bear with us, we aim to vaccinate everyone as quickly as possible & limit waiting time as much as we can 

  • There will be security bag checks on entry, so please limit what you bring with you to assist with these checks and to prevent any delay to your entry. 

  • The appointment time is your time of arrival. Please do not arrive early & do not enter the building until 5 minutes before your appointment time. 

  • Wear a mask before entering the building & for the duration of your visit. Please also use the hand sanitiser available when you enter. 

  • Toilet facilities will be available once inside the venue which will be cleaned regularly to ensure hygiene & safety standards are met. 

  • We will do everything possible to ensure this doesn’t happen but there could be times when you may be required to wait outside so please bring appropriate clothing. 

  • Please ensure you follow social distancing guidelines at all times, including after your vaccination. The vaccine protects you from illness but you may still be able to transmit COVID to other people.

  • For the privacy of all staff and patients please do not take photographs that features anyone in the image that has not given their permission to be recorded.

  • Bike racks are available at the arena – click here for further info.

    • If you have driven or cycled to your appointment, you will be advised to wait for 15 minutes after your vaccination before leaving. There is a waiting area inside the arena, or you may wait outside as long as you observe social distancing rules

Please note: Vaccination is by appointment only; it is not a walk-in service. Please do not attend if you do not have an appointment. We cannot vaccinate people without an appointment or arrange appointments on site. 

The vaccination centre is run by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, but if you need to cancel or rearrange your appointment please don’t contact the hospital.  Call the number provided on your booking letter.




NHS Website

If you have further questions or are looking for advice about Covid-19 please visit the NHS Website.

The Arena is currently part of a growing number of primary care sites across the region where GPs and their teams are already working around the clock vaccinating some of the region’s most vulnerable residents.

In the first instance people aged 75 plus within a 45 minute drive of the Arena will receive a letter from the national NHS booking service inviting them to either book a vaccination at the venue - if you already have an appointment at your local GP vaccination hub you can disregard the letter. Equally if it is more convenient to have the vaccination at your local primary care centre then individuals can also chose not to book an appointment at the Arena.

The Arena will be open 7 days a week & will be run by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals on behalf of the NHS national vaccination programme.

Plan Your Visit

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