AWAY DAY GUIDE | The Liberty Stadium

Heading to Swansea on Thursday evening? Here's everything you need to know about an away day at the Liberty Stadium...

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The travelling Addicks will be housed in the North Stand at one end of the stadium. Built in 2005, the Liberty Stadium is a modern facility which offers excellent views of the action with a good height between rows and very generous leg room. 

As you would expect from a newer stadium, the facilities are excellent with spacious concourses. 

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The stadium is situated next to a retail park which includes a Morrisons, Costa Coffee, KFC, Pizza Hut and Starbucks. Immediately next to the ground, Frankie and Benny’s, Harvester and a restaurant called the Morfa Place can be found. 

Opposite the stadium is a recommended fish and chip shop called Rossi’s, while the usual fare is available inside the ground.

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Drinks are available in the Harvester and Frankie and Benny’s adjacent to the stadium. Nearby, the Plough and Harrow on Llangyfeleach Road admits away fans, as does Boss Brewing, which is a microbrewery. Otherwise, there are plenty of options in the city centre, particularly on Wind Street. Carling lager and Worthington bitter are served within the stadium

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Postcode is SA1 2FA. There is no parking at the stadium itself and the residential roads in the vicinity are for permit-holders only. Don’t be tempted to park in the retail park as it is strictly limited to 90 minutes and you may well receive a fine. 

Away supporters are encouraged to use the Park & Ride facility at the Felindre old steelworks, which is signposted off Junction 46, shortly after leaving the M4. The cost of parking there, including transport by bus to and from the stadium, is £10 per car. Away supporters have their own separate buses, with the buses waiting outside the away stand at the end of the game.

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Swansea station is around two miles from the stadium. Regular local buses (4, 4a, 120, 122, 125, 132) run from the station to the ground, while a taxi will cost around £7. 

Trains run directly from London Paddington with the journey time taking approximately two hours, 45 minutes. However, it will not be possible to journey back to London on the night of the game, with the last train running from Swansea at 9.22pm.

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525 Addicks snapped up tickets for the trip to the Liberty Stadium. Swansea say they will not be selling on the night.

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