Away guide | Luton Town

2nd March
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Swansea City are on the road this weekend with a trip to face Luton Town. (3pm kick-off).

Russell Martin’s side are looking to build on a draw with Rotherham United last time out.

The Jack Army have sold out their allocation for this fixture at Kenilworth Road, and we have put together a travel guide for those of you making the journey to Bedfordshire.



Date: Saturday, March 4 (3pm)

Address: Kenilworth Road Stadium, 1 Maple Road, Luton LU4 8AW.

Distance from the Stadium: 203 miles



Tickets for this match have sold out. Supporters who do not have tickets for this fixture are advised not to travel. Thank you to the Jack Army for your incredible support.

All tickets purchased before 4.30pm on Wednesday March 1 have been posted.

Any supporters who have not received their tickets before 3pm on Friday March 3, should contact the ticket office in order to organise duplicates.



Supporters are housed in the Oak Road stand which boasts one of the most unique turnstile entries in the country with fans entering through what looks like a terraced house.

The away end holds just over 1,000 travelling fans in the all-seater stand, which is shared with home supporters.



Kenilworth Road is a cashless venue.



Kenilworth Road is off M1, Junction 11. Supporters should take the A505 dual carriageway and follow signs to the town centre or train station.

Street parking near the stadium is extremely limited and Luton have recommended heading towards Luton train station (LU1 2LT) or the town centre to find parking options.

Powercourt Parking in St Mary’s Road or Bute Street Shoppers Car Park are suitable options. Supporters can then walk to Luton Bus Interchange (opposite Luton train station, off George Square) and take the Luton-Dunstable busway.

Oak Road – which has the away-end entrance – is closed to traffic on matchdays.



Trains from Swansea to Luton Town run approximately every hour. The journey takes around four hours with changes at London Paddington and Farringdon.

Luton Station is a 15-20 minute walk from Kenilworth Road (LU1 2LT).

The station is opposite Luton Bus Interchange.

Supporters looking to travel by bus from the station to the stadium should take the Luton-Dunstable busway. Clifton Road is the closest stop to the stadium - only 100 yards from Oak Road.



There are limited spaces remaining on the official supporter coaches for this fixture. Spaces are charged at £37 per person and coaches depart at 8am from Rossi's

Please note that due to an Ospreys match at the Stadium on March 4, coaches will be departing from Rossi’s and it will not be possible to park at the stadium on the day. Click here for more information.



There are two designated away fan bars. Beech Hill Conservative Club (LUV 8HZ) is a five-minute walk from the ground and is popular with travelling support.

The second designated away pub is the Hightown Club (LU2 0DZ) but this is a 30-minute walk from the ground.



Kenilworth Road is one of the older grounds in the Championship and Luton Town’s supporter liaison officer has sent some additional information for disabled supporters and those with accessible requirements.

There are 20 steps from street level to the Oak Road Stand and supporters who require assistance should speak to a steward or a 'here to help' worker.

For further information about disabled facilities at Kenilworth Road, please contact Alice Kelleher the club’s disability liaison officer by emailing



Swansea City is fully supportive of the FA, Premier League and EFL’s ‘Love Football. Protect the Game’ campaign.

These actions will target activity such as entering the pitch without permission, carrying or using smoke bombs or pyrotechnics and throwing objects - as well as drug use and discriminatory behaviour.

As a club we have a zero tolerance approach to discrimination of all forms. We will always be unwavering in our support of our players, staff, supporters and the community that we proudly represent, and we are united as a club on the fight against discrimination.

If any supporter is reported to – and subsequently proven guilty – of racial discrimination either at the Stadium or on our travels, then they will face a lifetime ban from stadiums and we will work closely with the authorities on the issue.