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games and concerts at the Stadium

Find the best places to park Swansea for matches and concerts

Since 2022, BigParking has provided parking for fans visiting the Stadium on Matchdays, also using the land for parking for Concerts and Events.


BigParking's safe and secure offsite parking locations can be pre-booked online or over the phone at or by calling 024 7538 6631

The Stadium (Welsh: Stadiwm; previously Liberty Stadium) is a multifunctional, all-seated sports stadium and conference venue situated in the Landore district of Swansea, Wales.


Designed to host both rugby union and football events, the stadium commenced operations in 2005 under the name Liberty Stadium.


Initially accommodating 20,750 spectators, subsequent minor modifications have increased its capacity to 21,088.


Home to the EFL Championship club Swansea City, which assumed full operational control of the stadium in 2018, and the Ospreys rugby team, the Stadium gained prominence as the first Premier League venue in Wales following Swansea City's promotion in 2011.


Parking for Take That Concerts in Swansea

Music fans looking for Parking options for the Take That Concerts being held in Swansea in 2024 can book secure parking at BigParking's local and convenient sites.

Sites are constantly patrolled and manned for guest security.

Spaces are almost sold out. Pre-booking is essential and can be done here 

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Attending a match or concert in Swansea?
Here's all the Travel and Safety information you need to know!

Driving to SwanseaDue to it's close proximity to the M4 motorway, The Stadium can be an easy ground to drive to.

Food and Drink Prices in the StadiumSwansea FC takes pride in offering their patrons exclusive 'Home from Home' Kiosks dispersed throughout the stadium, featuring locally sourced culinary offerings. While not positioned as the most economical option, the fare surpasses the standards set by many other venues nationwide. A burger, with or without cheese, is priced at £4, while pies are available for £3.60, and a serving of chips costs only £2.50. The beverage selection, albeit modest, includes pints of Lager at £3.70, with Cider and Worthingtons priced at £3.60 per pint. Guests are encouraged to capitalize on the 'Pie and a Pint' deal, priced at £7 for the combination.

Getting the Bus to the StadiumThe Stadium is situated 2.5 miles away from Swansea bus station, accessible via route 4 and 4A directly to the stadium. This journey typically spans about 15 minutes, with the bus stop conveniently located adjacent to the stadium. Along the route, there are pedestrian-friendly facilities such as a pelican crossing and drop kerbs. Upon arrival, the stadium entrance is located in the north-west corner.

Furthermore, a taxi rank is available outside the bus station. The fare for a taxi ride from this location to the stadium is approximately £15.

Getting the Train to the Swansea StadiumSwansea Station, situated 1.5 miles from the stadium, offers a direct train connection to London Paddington and Manchester Piccadilly. Managed by GWR, it serves as a convenient transport hub.

Upon arrival in Swansea, travelers have several options to reach the stadium. They can opt to walk, take the bus, or utilize a taxi service.

For bus transportation, a stop is located opposite the train station, with routes 4 or 4A available to reach the stadium.

Alternatively, a taxi rank is positioned to the left of the station exit, offering rides to the stadium at an approximate cost of £7.

For those preferring to walk, the journey from the train station to the stadium takes roughly 30 minutes. The stadium's postcode is SA1 2FA.

Frequently Asked Questions about Stadium

Where is the best place to park at Anfield?The best place to park at Anfield is any of the sites operated by BigParking. Located just a short walk away through Stanley Park. They are conveniently located for quick access and quick dispatch post-game. Parking can be booked at

Where is the traffic exclusion zone around Anfield?Currently, Anfield Road is shut down between Skerries Road and Alroy Road due to the ongoing Anfield Road Expansion project. Pedestrians and matchday attendees will be redirected into Stanley Park via Dahlia Walk as an alternate route connecting Alroy Road and Arkles Lane. To assist residents, suitable wayfinding signage has been set up for guidance.

Additionally, Walton Breck Road will be inaccessible for 90 minutes before the match and 60 minutes after (or earlier if safety permits reopening).

Can you park at Anfield?
Onsite parking is limited to permit holders only. 

Can you use cash at Swansea's Stadium?The Stadium is a cashless venue with card accepted throughout the ground

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