Swansea.com Stadium

Travelling to the Swansea.com Stadium

We hope you are looking forward to visiting the Swansea.com Stadium. Before planning your trip, make sure you buy tickets.

On this page, you should find information to make your journey to the stadium as easy as possible. 

GETTING HERE BY CAR

There is no street parking available near the stadium. For supporters wishing to drive to the stadium, we recommend the club's park and walk facility. This is less than a five minute walk to the stadium.

Landore Park and Walk (SA1 2JT)
Opens two and a half hours before kick-off
Closes one hour after full time

All sites are charged at £6 per vehicle.

 

ACCESSIBLE PARKING

Limited onsite parking is available for disabled supporters who meet the club’s criteria of eligibility. This can be purchased match-by-match or on a seasonal basis.

To find out about availability of seasonal bays, and match-by-match spaces, please contact the ticket office:

By phone: 01792 616400 (option 1)

By email: ticketing@swanseacity.com 

For a more detailed view of our car park, click here

 

STADIUM DROP-OFF POINT

As well as onsite parking, we have a designated drop off point at the stadium which is located next to the Ivor Allchurch Statue (close to the ticket office).

 

We ask supporters who are visiting SA1 to be mindful of where they park on a matchday and respect residential parking near the stadium and avoid blocking driveways and garages. 

GETTING HERE BY BUS

The Swansea.com Stadium is located 2.5 miles from Swansea bus station with route 4 and 4A taking you directly to the stadium. The journey takes around 15 minutes and the bus stop is adjacent to the stadium. Between the stop and the stadium, there is a pelican crossing and drop kerbs. You will arrive at the stadium in the north-west corner.

There is also a taxi rank located outside the bus station. A taxi from here will cost approximately £15.

The full bus timetable can be accessed HERE.

GETTING HERE BY TRAIN

Swansea Station is located 1.5 miles from the stadium. There is a direct train link to London Paddington and Manchester Piccadilly. It is managed by GWR and you can find out more amenities at the station by clicking here.

Once you arrive in Swansea, you can either walk, take the bus, or use a taxi to get to the stadium.

By busThere is a bus stop opposite the train station. You will need the 4 or 4A route.

By taxi – There is a taxi rank to the left of the station as you exit. Taxis from here are charged at approximately £7.

On foot – It will take approximately 30 minutes to walk from the train station to the stadium. The postcode for the stadium is SA1 7FA.

TAXIS IN SWANSEA

There are a number of taxi firms operating in Swansea and supporters may find the following numbers useful.

Yellow Cabs – 01792 644446/ 01792 700400

Oyster Cabs - 01792 367777

Data Cabs - 01792 474747

STAYING IN SWANSEA

Travelling a long way? Swansea is a vibrant, modern city located on the beautiful Welsh coast and close to the iconic Mumbles and the world’s ninth-best beach in Rhossili Bay.

Those staying overnight can find plenty of hotels in the city, while Wind Street is a must for food and drink.

 

HERE'S A SHORT LIST OF HOTELS IN SWANSEA:

The Village Hotel - Located near the Waterfront, this hotel comes with parking and is 2.3 miles from the Swansea.com Stadium.

Click here to find out more about the Village Hotel.

Morgans Swansea - A boutique hotel located in the centre of Swansea, just minutes from the maritime quarter and a short drive from the Mumbles. It is approximately two miles from the Swansea.com Stadium.

Click here to find out more about Morgans Hotel Swansea.

Premier Inn - There are three Premier Inn hotels in Swansea. There is one located in the city centre and another in the waterfront development, while the third (Swansea North) is a little further out.

Click here to find out more about the Premier Inn options.

Grand Central Hotel - Located opposite Swansea Railway Station, which is useful for anyone making the journey by train. It does not have a car park, but hotel goers can use the railway car park, which is priced at £6 for 24 hours.

Click here to find out more about The Grand Hotel.

Marriott Hotel – With views of the marina and located a short walk from the lively city centre, the Marriott Hotel is located 2.3 miles (a 10-minute drive) from the Swansea.com Stadium.

Click here to find out more about the Marriott Hotel. 

ARRIVING AT THE STADIUM

We have created the below map which shows the Landore Park and Walk site as well as the direction of the train station, taxi ranks and bus stations in relation to the stadium itself.

Map of the Swansea.com Stadium

 

For more information about what to expect when you have arrived at the stadium, please click on the button below to view our supporter guides.

We have created a number of guides to help you plan your trip. If you're a first time fan, an away fan, or if you require additional information about accessible options at the stadium, click on the button below to find out more about what's available at the Swansea.com Stadium an how to make the most out of your visit.

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