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How do I get to Liberty Stadium?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Liberty stadium is a pretty accessible venue, so you shouldn’t have any trouble getting here. The cheapest way is to arrive at the train station and take the 25-30 minute walk; it’s simple and easy to follow. Otherwise there are bus services which go that way (4, 4a, 120, 122, 125, 132) from the station, and a free bus for away fans to get back after the game!

If you’re keen to drive, there is very little parking near the venue, as the majority is residential or permit-only.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

If you are coming to the Liberty by car, there are a couple of options for you when it comes to parking. Although car parking at the stadium is for members and permit holders only, there is a great ‘Park n Ride’ service that comes from nearby Swansea Vale and drops you off right at the North Stand. There is some street parking but you could be driving around looking for a while.

Swansea station is about a 20 minute walk from the stadium itself. If you don’t fancy walking then a taxi should cost around £7-8. There are a host of buses that go straight to the ground though including the 4, 120 and 125

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