Tickets for the special football trains will go on sale on Saturday (20 May 2006) and will only be available from Swansea Railway Station Booking Office. Return tickets for the special services are priced at £9.20 for adults and £4.60 for children and are available on a first come, first served basis.
All tickets for the special trains will be issued with a boarding card which must be presented on the outward journey. Fans must join the Cardiff Central queuing system within two hours of the match final whistle to join special return services to Swansea.
Peter Northcott, special events manager for Arriva Trains Wales, said: "We will be providing special direct trains for football fans travelling from Swansea Station to the League One football play-off final at the Millennium Stadium.
"As demand is likely to be extremely high, we are reminding fans to plan ahead. Tickets for the special trains must be bought in advance from Swansea Station Booking Office and must be accompanied by a boarding card for use on outward special services. Fans without boarding cards may not be guaranteed travel on outward special trains."
No alcohol will be permitted on any train services between Swansea and Cardiff Central stations. Cardiff Central Station will also be an alcohol-free zone. A crowd control and queuing system will operate at Swansea and Cardiff Central stations to ensure that fans board train services safely.