The Probables take on the Possibles this evening at the Liberty Stadium
Supporters heading to the Liberty Stadium this evening for the Wales Senior Trial (KO 19.05) are urged to arrive early with a capacity crowd expected.
Just a limited number of tickets are still available for the Probables versus Possibles clash which will see the two sides battle it out to impress the coaches ahead of Wales' summer tour to South Africa.
Ticket collections at the Liberty Stadium are open from 10am this morning with the gates to the stadium open from 5.30 and supporters are advised to arrive early due to the bumper crowd.
Supporters looking to purchase tickets are advised to do so as early as possible.
For those who arrive early, from mid-afternoon the WRU community department will be hosting a Rugby Stars roadshow at the stadium.
The Liberty Stadium box office will open at 10am today 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
Accessing the Stadium and Stadium car parks:
Stadium and Park and Walk sites can be accessed from both junctions 42 and 45 of the M4, and supporters are encouraged to use both motorway exits to minimise congestion around the Stadium.
Exiting from J42 supporters should follow the A483 (Fabian Way) from the motorway for approximately 4 miles to the Tawe River bridge on Quay Parade (opposite Sainsbury's store). From there follow the Stadium signs along Pentreguinea Road/Foxhole Road (A4217) and use the official parking sites near the Stadium. To access the Tennis Centre car park remain on the A4217 after the first roundabout for a further 300m and take the left hand lane at the traffic lights. At the next roundabout leave at the second exit and enter the car park via the right hand lane at the next set of traffic lights.
Landore Park and Walk can be accessed by leaving the A4217 at the first roundabout, and the site is 100m towards the Stadium on the left hand side.
Exiting from J45 supporters should follow the A4067 (Neath Road) from the motorway for approximately 3 miles. Stadium permit holders should remain in the left hand lane. Supporters wishing to use Park and Walk may use both lanes, but preferably the right hand lane and leave the Stadium roundabout at the first exit. Stadium permit holders should follow the road to the left. Park and Walk at Landore is at the right. Tennis Centre park and walk can be accessed by following signs for Morfa Retail Park and entering the site via the lights adjacent to the Morrisons Petrol Station.
First Cymru operate their local bus services from Neath Road which is adjacent to the West side of the Stadium across the A4067 and can be accessed by two pedestrian crossings from the North and South of the Stadium. Bus services and FTR Metro service operates from this location to and from the Quadrant Bus Station in the City Centre as well as High Street Railway Station.
Stadium - SA1 2FA: on-site parking (Permit holders only): Open from 16:00.
Landore Park and Walk - SA1 2JT: Adjacent to Stadium on A4217. Open from 17:00. Operated by City and County of Swansea. Cost - £5 per vehicle.
Swansea Tennis Centre (land adjacent to) - SA1 7DF: 0.5miles from Stadium. Accessed by main entrance to Morrisons Superstore off Brunel Way. Open from 17:00. Operated by City and County of Swansea. Cost - £5 per vehicle.
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 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. Drop-off will be at the Stadium adjacent to the Club Superstore in the West Stand. This will also be the pick-up point post-match for supporters using this service.
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. Drop-off will be at Rossi's on Neath Road, adjacent to the Stadium. This will also be the pick-up point post-match for supporters using this service.
Supporters should be aware that there are no road closures around the Stadium before the match. Following the game the Stadium car park will not reopen until a minimum of 20 minutes after the end of the game to allow pedestrian egress. Additionally a road closure will be in place on the A4067 and A4217 immediately adjacent to the Stadium. This will remain in effect for a minimum of 20 minutes after the end of the game.
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