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4 reviews of Liberty Stadium in English
As a huge Ospreys fan I am a bit biased with regard to the Liberty Stadium. When getting the train back to Swansea the train rolls past the stadium and it always makes me feel excited to be back home to see the bright clean lines of the newly built stadium. It’s like a mini Millenium.
I took my cousins to see the Christmas match against the Scarlets - buying tickets in the family stand is pretty good value - and as someone else pointed out in their review, the design of the stadium means that nearly every seat has a terrific view.
The park n ride is convenient and efficient, although the traffic when leaving is unbearable - so I’d suggest grabbing a drink or bite from one of the nearby restaurants before attempting to leave.
I just walk to my gran’s house of course.
The superstore sells a fabulous range of Swansea City FC and Ospreys merchandise.
We visited the Liberty Stadium for the first time earlier this month.
As travelling Sheffield United fans we’ve been to a number of new stadiums and so were expecting another of the identikit “bowl” type, soulless affairs.
We arrived early and ended up parking in the park and ride a few hundred yards from the ground. This service has many signs to the effect of “no football parking”, but many seemed to ignore them and as we were going into the centre before hand anyway, so did we.
To park and get a return bus ride into the centre was a mere couple of pounds. We were shocked we’d managed to park so close to the ground, in a proper manned car park for as little as this.
The ground itself is everything you’d expect from a new build. It has a business park/retail park feel to it with plenty of car parking and outlets such as Frankie and Bennys.
It’s also the first ground I recall visiting that has a hair dressers built into the actual stadium!
Inside the ground, the concourse is large and accessible, with the usual refreshment facilities which appeared to be well staffed and dealt with the queues more quickly than most.
The seating is comfortable and the legroom is very good. Like the majority of new grounds, it would appear the view from anywhere in the stadium is a good one.
The only slightly bizarre part of the stadium is that it has a scoreboard on either side behind the goals, however one is bigger than the other. The one opposite the away end seemed as if they’d chosen the smallest possible option they could go for.
All in all a decent visit to a good new ground, unfortunately getting out of the park and ride afterwards was an absolute nightmare, but other than that, all was good.
As good as the previous ground, the Vetch was, it had started to fall apart and was in dire need of updating. A lot was expected of the new Liberty Stadium and thankfully it didn’t disappoint. I was there for the Swans first home game and it was a great atmosphere. I agree with the previous review that the atmosphere is different to the Vetch but its still a great place to see your football or rugby team. Now we are a championship division team and thankfully we have a stadium to match. Food is expensive and not great quality but is expected at pretty much any football ground. As was said before, there is a nice choice of places to go for food including Frankie and Benny’s.
The Liberty Stadium is Swansea’s new Rugby and Football stadium, as well as hosting other events including Elton John this summer.
As a Swans fan I’ve spent a lot of time at the stadium and it is a great new venue for Swansea. Seating is pretty comfortable with reasonable legroom and views are good from all area of the stadium. There isn’t quite the atmosphere of the Vetch but when you get a big crowd it can get close. The West stand is generally drier than the East stand but the East, for the football, does have more atmosphere(possibly too much seating close to away fans!!).
Catering isn’t great and tends to consist of kept warm burgers, chips and hotdogs-the last time I tried a burger it was so tough it was almost inedible. Definitely better to have something from outside the ground, there’s a good choice for snacks with Rossi’s for chips, Vesusvio’s for pizza and Starbucks.
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