Heading to the Liberty? Here's our travel guide
If you are heading to the Liberty on Saturday, we’ve put together a useful guide to make your trip that much easier. Supporters are advised to arrive early to avoid any queues and delays in entering the stadium.
The Swans are back at the Liberty Stadium with an EFL Championship fixture against Stoke City on Saturday, October 5, kick-off 3pm.
The Riverside and hospitality lounges will open from 1pm. Public turnstiles will open from 1:30pm.
The Jacks Zone will be open from 12.30pm on Saturday. Situated in the South Stand car park, our dedicated fan zone will have food and drink available, entertainment from band The Stoned Roses, and we will be screening the early Premier League kick-off (Brighton v Tottenham Hotspur). There will also be a range of activities, depending on the weather, for children and adults such as football tables, inflatable kicking game etc… to enjoy until 2:45pm. It will be open to home and away supporters. For more information, read our full Jacks Zone story HERE.
Supporters are reminded of the road closure that is still in place for this season after the game of up to 40 minutes. The Liberty Stadium car parks will close 15 minutes prior to kick-off, as normal. No entry to the car parks will be permitted after 2.45pm.
ARRIVAL & TICKETS
Tickets are still available for supporters wishing to watch the Swans in action. Supporters are encouraged to purchase theirs today using the e-ticket option HERE.
Supporters are advised to arrive as early as possible to collect or buy their tickets. An extra collection booth will be opened outside the ticket office from 1.30pm where supporters can collect any tickets purchased via the “Collection” option. Please note, if you have purchased an e-ticket, you will not need to pick up your ticket here.
We encourage supporters to purchase tickets using the e-ticket option in advance (no online booking fees). Using the e-ticket option, supporters will need to print off the PDF tickets or display the tickets via the Official Swans App. Supporters who have purchased e-tickets need to make sure that their ticket is showing in the app before they leave the house and to bring the paper copy as well.
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult that is 18 or over.
For families wishing to attend the match, the South stand is our dedicated family stand with a family friendly atmosphere and concourse. Cyril and Cybil will make an appearance from 2:15pm to 2:30pm to interact with Swans fans.
FOOD & DRINK
Supporters will notice a new kiosk experience in the concourses. From new large TV screens highlighting special deals to new food options. Furthermore, a special children’s offering is available in all food kiosks. The £5 Junior Jacks deal includes a pie or hot dog, a piece of fruit and a juice/bottle of water. Junior Jack members will get 10% on production of their 2019-20 card. Please note, unfortunately, there are limited food options for supporters in the North Stand due to the limited bar and kiosk space available.
Supporters are reminded of the risks of persistently standing at the Liberty Stadium. By standing, supporters may risk serious injury to themselves and fellow fans as well as blocking the view of those who wish not to stand.
Our football is exciting and supporters aren’t expected to sit down all the time, but please consider sitting down when possible for your own safety and the comfort of those around you.
To view a visitor guide that will tell you everything about your Liberty experience, please click HERE.
Travel information for supporters:
The Liberty Stadium is located next to the Morfa Retail Park. Exit M4 via Junction 45 and take the A4067 South towards the city centre for approximately three miles.
There are 15 bicycle bays located externally at the south-east corner of the Liberty Stadium. Visitors wishing to use these are required to provide their own secure bike locks.
Swansea Train Station (High Street) is located 1.4 miles from the stadium and is approximately a 20-minute walk. A taxi rank is located directly outside and the average fare is approximately £7 - but prices may vary. In addition to this, there is a bus service across the road from the train station and the 4/4A bus runs directly to the Liberty Stadium.
The 4/4A bus runs directly to the Liberty Stadium. The fares are £2.80 (single journey) or £4.90 (return journey).
Car parking options for Swans supporters:
The Liberty Stadium postcode is SA1 2FA.
On-site (Postcode: SA1 2FA)
There will be limited spaces for this fixture, on a first come first served basis. Please note, on-site car parks close 15 minutes prior to kick-off.
Park and Walk (Postcode: SA1 2JT)
Landore Park and Walk is a three-minute walk to the stadium and spaces can be purchased on the day at £6 per vehicle, subject to availability. The Park and Walk sites open four hours prior to kick-off and close up to two hours after the final whistle. Visitors are advised that some of this car park's surface will be gravel.
Park and Ride (Postcode: SA5 7PE)
Felindre Park and Ride is located off Junction 46 of the M4. The cost is £10 a vehicle. The Park and Ride opens 2.5 hours prior to kick-off and closes up to two hours after final whistle.
We hope you enjoy the game.
Tickets are still available for this fixture – get yours HERE or call the ticket office on 01792 616400. You can upgrade your experience to include lounge access HERE – contact our dedicated hospitality team on 01792 616628 or on firstname.lastname@example.org.