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Swansea City play all their home matches at the Liberty Stadium, which opened its doors in 2005. The home fans own 20% of the club and are known as ‘Jacks’, after a famous life-saving dog called Swansea Jack.
The Liberty is shared with Ospreys Rugby Union Club. There are a number of ways you can buy tickets for all Swansea City matches. For travellers or visitors, we reccomend Sports Event 365 for genuine ticket and worry free delivery. They will bring them to – wherever you are in the UK.
A limited number of tickets occasionally go on sale to the general public, but you’ll have a much better chance if you become a Jack Army member. Swansea City is a Welsh professional football club based in Swansea, Wales, UK.
Swansea City is also known as The Swans, The Jacks as their nicknames. Formed in 1912. In 2010–11 Swansea City were promoted to the English Premier League, after winning the Championship play-offs (with a score op 4-2 in the final against Reading), to become the first Welsh club to play in the top division. Since 2005 Swansea City have played their home games at the Liberty Stadium.
Swansea Travel and Stadium Information
Landore, Swansea SA1 2FA, United Kingdom
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Away supporters are being encouraged to use the Park & Ride facility located at the Felindre old steel works site, which is signposted off Junction 46, shortly after leaving the M4. The cost of parking there including transport by bus to and from the stadium is £6 per car.
Away supporters have their own separate buses to and from the stadium, with the buses waiting outside the away stand at the end of the game to take supporters back to the car park.
There is also some street parking to be had. If coming from the M4, you pass the stadium on your left and continue straight on towards Swansea, then after going under a bridge, then there are a number of roads on the right, where on street parking is available.
It is then around a 10-15 minute walk to the stadium. However, please note that after the game has ended the Police close the A4067 road running past the stadium, meaning that you can’t go back up to the M4 that way.
You need to instead go back up to the stadium and where the road is closed turn right at the roundabout onto the A4217. At the next roundabout turn left away from Swansea City Centre.
At the junction with the A48 turn right and this takes you up to Junction 44 of the M4.