swansea city

Liberty Stadium





Swansea Train Station is around 2 miles from the Liberty Stadium. There are plenty of buses available to take you to the ground itself otherwise you're looking at a taxi or a good 30 minute walk.


There is a Park and Walk option located at Landore (SA1 2JT) and is around a 5 minute walk and costs £6. There is also a Park and Ride option from Felindre Old Steelworks which is located just off Junction 46 of the M4 for £10 per car. Shuttle buses then take you to and from the ground.


The Morfa Parc Harvester is located directly behind the stadium and is a decent shout for a bite to eat and a drink if arriving early.

The Station Inn across the A4067 also welcomes away supporters and has live sport available for catching those early kick-offs.

Alternatively, Port Talbot Town FC welcomes away supporters and offers discounts on selected ales. The club is approximately 20-25 minutes from the Liberty Stadium. See website for further details: https://porttalbottown.co.uk or call 01639 882 465.

did you know

Swansea City’s mascot Cyril the Swan was banned for two matches in 1999 after clashing with Norwich City Director of Football Bryan Hamilton during a League Cup tie.

They were also the first team from Wales to win promotion to the English Premier League after beating Reading 4-2 in the Championship Play-off Final at Wembley in 2010/11.

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