The Liberty Stadium box office will open at 10am on Friday for ticket collections. Please be advised to arrive early for ticket collection due to size of crowd.
Gates will be open from 5.30pm
Parking on site is restricted to pre-paid pass holders only. Parking will not be available for sale on the evening of the game
Park and Walk Landore Park and Walk site (SA1 2JT) will be open from 2 hours before, at £5 per vehicle. From the M4 supporters should exit at Junction 45 and follow the 'Swansea' signs for approximately three miles to the Liberty Stadium. The Park and Walk site is operated by the City and County of Swansea. It is located at the Landore Park and Ride facility and is five minutes walk from the stadium. The site can also be accessed from Junction 42, Fabian Way.
There is further space within walking distance of the Liberty Stadium at the Park and Walk site adjacent to Swansea Tennis Centre (SA1 7DF). This site is operated by the City and County of Swansea and is located at and accessed by the entrance to the Morrisons store Car Park. It be open from 2 hours before kick off. Vehicles will be charged at £5 per vehicle. The site can also be accessed from Junction 42, Fabian Way.
Park and Ride
If travelling on the M4 or for Swansea (North/East) based supporters we recommend using our Felindre Park and Ride site. This is situated off 2 minutes off Junction 46 of the M4 and is clearly signposted. Follow the signs for Felindre and Stadium Park and Ride. This site will be open from 2 hours before kick-off and supporters will be charged £6 per vehicle.
Swansea (West/South) and Gower based supporters are recommended to utilise the Recreation Ground park and ride site (SA2 0AU). This site will be open from 2 hours before kick-off and supporters will be charged £6 per vehicle.
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