Going to Swansea ?


By Car      SA1 2FA

Leave the M4 at Junction 45 and take the A4067 towards the City Centre (sign posted A4067 South). Stay on the A4067 for around two and half miles and you will reach the stadium on your left. Car parking at the stadium is for permit holders only and most of the immediate residential areas around the stadium now have 'residents only' parking schemes in place. Approx 185 miles, 3 hours 30 mins

There is no matchday car parking available at the stadium or surrounding area for visiting supporters in cars. Visiting supporters in cars are advised to park in the signposted Park and Ride car park off Junction 45 of the M4 at a cost of £6 per vehicle.

Shuttle coaches will take you to and from the stadium. Visiting supporters in coaches and mini buses are able to park at the stadium (under police instructions) at a cost of £10 per vehicle.
Don't be tempted to park on the nearby Retail Park as you may well end up with a ticket for your trouble!

By Train

Swansea High Street Station is on the main line route from London Paddington. It is about two miles from the stadium. Regular local bus services (routes 4, 4a,  and others) and taxis  are available from the train station to the stadium. Otherwise if you have time on your hands and wish to embark on the 25-30 minute walk, then as you come out of the station turn right and go up the High Street. At the traffic lights turn right into Neath Road. Proceed straight along Neath Road and you will eventually reach the stadium on your right.

Train takes 4 hours 30mins cost £78.80 for off peak return but last train to get home on Sat is 18-40

Where to Drink

Swansea City advise that visiting supporters enter the North Stand on their arrival at the stadium where food and beverage kiosk are available for their sole use. There are no public houses near to the stadium for their sole use.

Otherwise, it is either drink on the way to Swansea, go into the city centre or drink inside the stadium. There are a number of pubs on Wind Street in the centre of town, such as Yates, the Bank Statement and the No Sign Bar (the latter being listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide. Ask for Castle Gardens, and you'll see Wind Street.

Please check the cost and times of trains etc. All information is provided in good faith but the Foxes Trust cannot be held responsible for any errors.