Swansea City Ladies guide to the Swansea.com Stadium

2nd September 2022
Swansea City Ladies - UCL Squad at the Swansea.com Stadium

Swansea City Ladies host Cardiff Met Women at the Swansea.com Stadium this Sunday (September 4) as they open their Genero Adran Premier title defence against the 2021-22 runners up. (Kick-off 5.45pm)

Here you can find everything you need to know ahead of your visit to SA1.


Supporters of both clubs will be located in the West Stand.

This match is free to attend and tickets are available to claim by clicking on the button below.

All tickets are print at home. If you are unable to print your ticket, please visit the ticket office – located near the Ivor Allchurch statue after 3pm on Sunday until half-time.


A photo of the ticket office located neat the Ivor Allchurch statue


Parking is available at the stadium and is charged at £3. It can be booked in advance via the button below.

Some limited spaces may be available to purchase on the day, but these will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking on the day can be paid for using cash or card.

Landore Park and Walk will not be in operation.


West Stand turnstiles will open one hour before kick-off (4.45pm) and there will be activities for young fans in the concourses including:

  • RolyPoly Entertainment – a DJ with prize giveaways
  • Facepainting
  • Flag and poster giveaways
  • Activities hosted by Pure Football
  • And more…


The Swansea City club shop will be open from midday until 6pm with some of the Swans squad due to be in the shop between 4.45pm and 5.15pm for a signing session.


As well as players visiting the club shop between 4.45pm and 5.15pm for a signing sessions, Swans Ladies will also be coming back into the stands after full time to sign merchandise.

Supporters who would like to meet the players are advised to stay in their seats as the players will be back out after the game to say hello.


Kiosks will be open in the West Stand serving food and drink for supporters before the match and at half-time.


The Swansea.com Stadium is a cashless stadium with all payments in the kiosks and club shop card only.

The only exception is matchday parking, which is charged at £3 can be paid for using cash or card.


The stadium boasts an inclusion room which can be used as a breakout area for supporters who struggle with the intensity of a matchday.

If you require use of the room, please let your nearest disability liaison officer (identifiable by their green bibs) or a steward know and they will be able to take you to the room.