Only 1,000 2021-22 season tickets available for limited time
Swansea City is re-opening sales for 2021-22 season tickets on Saturday (May 22) to give supporters an opportunity to secure their seat for next year’s campaign.
The club has sold approximately 13,000 season tickets for next season out of a possible 14,000.
Due to the success of our limited re-opening of sales last Monday, the club has only 1,000 season tickets remaining for the 2021-22 season.
Supporters are reminded that the Ticket Office remains closed for all in-person visits.
“It has been excellent to see the demand from our supporters for next season,” said Swansea City chief executive Julian Winter.
“We have had a number of fans contacting the club, asking if there is still time to purchase a season ticket for next season.
“We are delighted to welcome approximately 3,000 fans into the Liberty Stadium on Saturday and the club is excited to prove that we are ready.
“Behind the scenes we will shortly begin preparations for the 2021-22 season, and we cannot wait to see our loyal supporters back home.
“This season the club has focused on making tickets affordable for all fans, with a spotlight on children’s tickets. Tickets for under-12s start from £49, which works out as just over £2 per game.
“It is important for us to future proof our fan base and ensure more of our local children choose Swansea City to be their club when they are growing up. Therefore we have really tried to make the experience affordable for families for the 2021-22 season.”
Fans are reminded that the Ticket Office remains closed for all in-person visits. Please purchase online rather than phoning the Ticket Office due to staff managing queries for Saturday’s play-off semi-final second leg against Barnsley.