Supporter Information: Swansea City (A)

Supporter Information: Swansea City (A)

Important information for fans attending the game.

Prior to travelling to the Stadium on Tuesday evening for our Sky Bet Championship clash, Swansea City have provided the following information.

Leeds United supporters who are attending the game are asked to read the information below, to help with their match day planning.


When visiting the stadium we ask that you use our official travel options and be respectful towards parking arrangements and restrictions in the surrounding streets. 


  • By Car - Postcode: SA1 2FA The Stadium is located next to the Morfa Retail Park. Exit M4 via Junction 45 and take the A4067 South towards the City Centre for approximately 3 miles.
  • By Bicycle - There are 15 bicycle bays located externally at the South-East corner of the Stadium. Visitors wishing to use these are required to provide their own secure bike locks.
  • By Train - Swansea Train Station (High Street) is located 1.4 miles from the stadium and is approximately a 20-minute walk. A taxi rank is located directly outside and the average fare would cost approximately £7 - but prices may vary. 

In addition to this, there is a bus service across the road from the train station and the 4/4A bus runs directly to the Stadium. The fares are £2.80 (single journey) or £4.90 (return journey).


Park and Walk Post code: SA1 2JT Landore Park and Walk is a 3 minute walk to the stadium and can be purchased on the day at £10 per vehicle, subject to availability. 

The Park and Walk sites open two hours prior to kick off and close up to 2 hours after the final whistle. Visitors are advised that some of this car park's surface will be gravel.


  • Traveline Cymru For all public transport information.
  • Bus times from any bus stop direct to your mobile phone.
  • Sustrans For walking and cycling routes to the stadium.
  • CycleStreets Plan your cycle journey and calculate your CO2 saving.
  • Swwitch2share Register to share your journey with other fans.


  • ACCESSIBLE FACILITIES - Swansea City AFC is proud of the service it delivers to supporters with disabilities. Our up-to-date Access Statement provides a comprehensive and in-depth overview of the facilities and services we offer. However, if you have any further questions, then please contact Swansea via e-mail
  • BABY CHANGING FACILITIES - Swansea City welcomes children of any age and to this end, baby changing facilities are provided within the disabled toilets and are clearly signposted from within the concourses.
  • CASH POINTS - The nearest cash machine is located in the Harvester restaurant but a small fee will apply. Otherwise Morrisons Supermarket is a short 2 minute walk at the Morfa Retail Park and no fees will apply for use of their cash machine. Cash can only be used in our Club Shop.
  • CASHLESS STADIUM - Please be aware the Stadium is now a cashless venue and we only accept card payments in our hospitality lounges and retail kiosks.
  • CATERING - Sample a wide variety of food and drink from burgers, hot dogs and chips, as well as a selection of pies.


All coaches bringing supporters to the Stadium will exit the M4 motorway at J45 following signs for the (A4067) City Centre and stadium.

Visiting clubs/forces will be notified prior to the fixture if there is to be a police escort to the ground together with details of any RVP.

There is parking at the stadium for a maximum of approximately 20 visiting supporters coaches, if you anticipate your club will bring more than 20 coaches, alternative parking arrangements will be made and further details will be provided. There is a coach parking charge levied by The Liberty Stadium Management Company. 

Gates will open one and a half hours before the designated kick-off time and visiting supporters are asked not to arrive at the Stadium before this time.

Supporters are advised not to bring any bags unless essential. All bags will be searched, in accordance with match day security procedures, which may cause a delay in entering the stadium. Supporters are thanked in advance for their patience and co-operation.

There are concessions available at the Stadium for away supporters (alcohol, food etc) but there is no designated away supporters pub.

All away supporters will be housed in The North Stand and can receive an allocation of up to 2080 tickets for league fixtures. Please note there are no match day sales for away supporters.

Unfortunately, due to limited parking at the stadium there are no car parking spaces for away supporters although in addition to official stadium off-site parking options there are a number of private car parks in the vicinity.

Parking enforcement has been de-criminalised and is now the responsibility of the Local Authority who deploys teams of parking wardens in the residential areas in the vicinity of the Stadium to monitor any breaches of road traffic regulations.

They will, as a result of ongoing complaints from local residents, take positive action against any vehicles, local or otherwise, found parked illegally. This may result in either a fine and/or vehicles being towed away.


For many years the coach industry has complied with a voluntary code of practice whereby operators taking passengers to a designated sporting event meet certain guidelines set by the police.

This has worked very well, and it has seldom been necessary for a traffic commissioner to take any further action against an operator who has contravened the guidelines. 

The relevant sections of the legislation are set out below:

PSV operators are reminded of the terms of section 1(1) of the Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol) Act 1985, as amended by the Public Order Act 1986, which prohibits the carriage of alcohol on a PSV that is being used for the principal purpose of carrying passengers for the whole or part of a journey to or from a designated sporting event.

PSV operators are reminded of the terms of section 2A of the Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol) Act 1985, as amended by the Public Order Act 1986, which prohibits the possession of a firework or

an article or substance, whose main purpose is the emission of a flare, smoke or a visible gas, at any time during the period of, while entering or trying to enter a designated sporting event. A ‘designated sporting event’ generally means any association football match, whether national or international. The full legal definition of the different classes of designated sporting events may be found in the Sports Grounds and Sporting Events (Designation) (Amendment) Order 2011, under Article 2(1) and 2(2) of Schedule 2.

It is an offence for an operator of a PSV (or his servant or agent) to knowingly cause or permit the carriage of alcohol on journeys to which these Regulations apply. In addition to these statutory provisions, the police have asked that operators comply with the following guidelines when conveying passengers to such sporting events:

a. Coach operators taking bookings from groups of supporters are to notify the police liaison officer at the destination, at least 48 hours before the event, of the number of supporters expected to travel, the number of coaches booked, the name and the contact number for the person who made the booking. Once available the operator must also notify the VRM and coach drivers name to the local police liaison officer.

b. Coaches are not to stop within 10 miles of the venue either en route to or on departure from the event unless prior agreement is obtained from the local police

Liaison officer.

c. Unless directed by a police officer, coaches may stop at premises where

intoxicating liquor is sold only if it is sold ancillary to a substantial meal. Prior

agreement for meal stops where alcohol is available should be sought from the

operator’s local police liaison officer. 

d. Coaches are to arrive at the venue no earlier than two hours before and not later than one hour before the scheduled start of the game, unless otherwise directed by police.

e. Coaches are not to set down or uplift passengers at any unauthorised locations without prior permission of the police.

f. Coaches must leave the venue within 30 minutes of the finish of the event, unless directed otherwise by a police officer or ground safety officer.

g. Intoxicating liquor, flares and similar pyrotechnics, must not be carried on coaches travelling to or from designated grounds. Operator s will draw hirers’ attention to the requirements of the law, and drivers shall, as far as reasonably practical, supervise boarding passengers and check that they are not obviously carrying intoxicating alcohol, flares and similar pyrotechnics. Drivers will not be expected to carry out baggage or body searches, nor will they be expected to confiscate alcohol or to remove passengers without police assistance. Operators may add a condition of entry to the PSV that a voluntary search may be undertaken.

h. Coach operators are to notify the police liaison officer at the destination upon

arrival at an away football ground, of any racist, homophobic or similar chanting,

which had taken place during the journey to the ground. Operators are expected to comply with these guidelines on a voluntary basis.

However if the police inform the Traffic Commissioner of any failure on an operator’s part to comply with them the Commissioner will be likely to apply them as a formal condition to that operator s licence under the authority of Section 16(3) of the Public Passenger Vehicles Act.