Home of Swansea City AFC
(as well as the Ospreys rugby team), Liberty Stadium is Wales' first Premier League ground and Swansea's foremost sports and conference venue. With a seating capacity of over 20,000 spectators, it is also the third largest stadium in Wales, after the Millennium and Cardiff City stadiums, and offers home and away supporters alike a fabulous match day atmosphere.
With a convenient location not far from Swansea city centre, it's easy to get to Liberty Stadium, whatever your preferred mode of transport. Find out how to travel to the Swansea ground by train, bus, car or even Liftshare.
How to get to Liberty Stadium
Train and bus
Swansea's High Street Station (Railway Station N1) has excellent rail connections to destinations across Wales and the rest of the UK, so arriving by train is ideal if you're travelling to Liberty Stadium from further afield – visit the National Rail site
for more info.
Alternately, the main Swansea City Bus Station is served by National Express and Greyhound UK coaches from various destinations across the country.
From the train and bus stations, you can get local bus numbers 4, 4A, X50, X51, X52 or 501 to stops within a ten-minute walk of the stadium – the bus journey time ranges from 20 minutes from the bus station, to less than 15 minutes from the train station. You can check on local bus times here
Liberty Stadium is easily reached from the east or west via the M4. Follow the signs for Swansea, then exit at Junction 45 and head toward the city centre along the A4067 – from here the football ground is clearly signposted. If you're using a sat nav, enter the postcode SA1 2FA.
There is no parking available at the stadium itself on match days, but there are two park-and-ride services at Felindre to the north, and the Recreation Ground to the south, as well as four park-and-walk options close to the ground at Lyte Ladders, the Tennis Centre, Landore Park and Pentrehafod School. The charge for these is £6 per car, and it's advisable to book in advance, as spaces are limited.
If you're visiting for a stadium tour, conference or other event on a non-match day, there are over 700 spaces available in the stadium's own West Stand and North Stand Car Parks.
Car share to Liberty Stadium
Many Swansea City fans find car sharing to be the best option for getting to Liberty Stadium on match days. By teaming up with friends, family or strangers to share a car, you can save money by splitting the cost of parking and petrol, and do your bit to reduce environmentally-unfriendly congestion on the roads. Plus, a lift share is a brilliant way to meet like-minded people, and can make your match day experience a lot more fun!