Test your skills before kick off as South Stand becomes the home for families on matchdays
14th August 2015
Following the results of our expansion survey, the Liberty Stadium's South Stand will now be home to families on match day.
When asked about potential expansion plans, our supporters wanted zone differentiation by customising different customer experiences.
This, coupled with the fact that U16s account for 34 per cent of the South Stand's season ticket holders, as well as 37 per cent of those with U16s in their groups expressing a desire to move to the South Stand, has led us to create a family friendly and fun environment within it.
As well as welcoming families under one roof, the South Stand will be home to an array of fun and interactive games that allow our younger fans to put their skills to the test on match days, including a virtual football game, games consoles and our Players Challenge.
Pitting youngsters up against the likes of Bafe Gomis, Jack Cork, Lukasz Fabianski, club captain Ashley Williams and club ambassador Lee Trundle, our Players Challenge tests your reaction and co-ordination - both vital skills for a footballer to possess.
Come and have a go if you think you're fast enough. Fans are asked to come to the Liberty 90 minutes prior to kick-off to try and beat their scores and attempt to win a Swans Monopoly set.
*Please note, the riverside path adjacent to the indoor barn development at Landore is still unusable for public access.
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