Dedicated Parking for Premier League Football Fans
Football fans can benefit from improved parking arrangements during the Swans' first season in the Barclays Premier League.
Parking in Swansea
Extra dedicated parking is being provided in the areas around the Liberty Stadium to help manage the anticipated 33 per cent increase in supporters attending every home game.
It will also help supporters avoid parking in residential streets and restricted areas on match day.
The new plans include three 'park and ride' sites at Felindre, Swansea Vale and the Recreation Ground, along with 'park and walk' sites at Swansea Vale, Landore, Pentrehafod School, Lyte Ladders (formerly Makro) and on land adjacent to the Tennis Centre.
Swans supporters will be given details of the new parking plan when they collect their season tickets from the Liberty Stadium ticket office.
It includes a discounted car parking season ticket and the chance to choose a preferred parking site.
The parking plan will see increased enforcement action taking place in the area to deal with unlawfully-parked vehicles. Swansea Council is also setting up extra match-day parking restrictions in residential streets that have been overwhelmed by fans leaving cars there in the past.
Chris Holley, Swansea Council Leader, said: "The Swans will be making history this season and the average attendance is likely to increase by approximately 5,000 for home games."