Supporter information | Swansea City v Coventry City

3rd March 2022
Fans
Preston home fans

Swansea City would like to provide supporters attending Saturday’s fixture against Coventry City with some important information ahead of their visit.

The Sky Blues will travel to the Swansea.com Stadium this Saturday (3pm), which will mark the first game where supporters do not require an NHS COVID pass since their introduction in October 2021.

However, we would like to reassure supporters that we are still encouraging the wearing of face coverings where possible, and hand sanitising stations will remain in place across our concourse and hospitality areas.

Stadium

As supporters are aware, our last home game against AFC Bournemouth was postponed due to damage to the stadium roof caused by Storm Eunice and the recent adverse weather.

Since then, work has been undertaken to make the damaged areas safe and the stadium has been independently inspected and assessed by the Licensing Authority. As a result, it has been determined that the stadium is ready to reopen safely. 

However, supporters are advised that the work undertaken to deal with the damage has required the removal of two areas of the East Stand roof and, consequently, supporters will see areas of visible damage. The club can confirm that, though unsightly, these areas are safe.

Tickets

Season ticket holders will require either their season ticket card or digital in-app ticket in order to enter the Swansea.com Stadium.

Match ticket holders must print their tickets and ensure the print quality is satisfactory before travelling to the stadium.

The ticket office will be open from 10am on Saturday (March 5) to assist supporters with any queries regarding their match ticket. Alternatively, supporters can email ticketing@swanseacity.com or call 01792 616400 and select option 1.

Fans who DO NOT have a match ticket SHOULD NOT attend the stadium.

Fans displaying symptoms of Covid-19 SHOULD NOT attend.

Catering and the Riverside Lounge

The Riverside Lounge will be open for all match ticket holders from 1pm, with turnstiles opening from 1.30pm.

As always, there will be catering offers in place across the stadium and supporters can take advantage of deals available for the first 45 minutes of opening.

Parking

There will be a small charge for parking at the Landore Park and Walk (adjacent to the Council Park and Ride facility).

Club shop

The Swansea.com Stadium club shop will be open from 9.30am until 6pm for this fixture.

Supporters will be able to take advantage of our 50% off sale, available in-store and online.

Hospitality

Hospitality guests are reminded that our lounges open two hours before kick-off (1pm), except for the Gower Lounge which is open from one hour before kick-off (2pm).

Please ensure you and your respective guests have the necessary tickets and passes. 

We will not be able to issue match specific tickets or passes on the day. Therefore, if you require re-prints, please contact the office on 01792 616 628 before midday on Friday, March 4.

Family Stand

We are pleased to announce that our South Stand activities are now open. Children can take part in our players' challenge, our virtual penalty shoot-out or even get creative with some colouring - with prizes to be won!

Our mascots Cyril and Cybil will also be visiting, so make sure to arrive early to take advantage.

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