Liberty Stadium

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  • Accessible parking spaces
  • Accessible toilets
  • Changing Places
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  • Lifts
  • Personal assistance
  • Step-free access

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Rob Trent Rob Trent

My first visit to the Liberty Stadium, Swansea. We had arranged to park in the stadium car park for the very reasonable cost of a tenner. On arrival at the ground the stewards were very helpful, directing us to the right place in a very polite manner.

The short distance from the car park to the ground was very easy and fairly level. Given the terrible events in Paris just over a week before this game we were frisked by stewards, and our bags were checked. Understandable in the current climate. Again the stewards were polite.

Inside the ground the concourse was fairly spacious and a chance to get warm again! To get to the viewing position we went in a lift operated by the stewards. The accessible loos were on the floor where we watched the game.

The photos will show what a good view we had, and there were plenty of spaces for away fans in wheelchairs and their travelling companions to watch the game.

Throughout the game the stewards were always friendly and keen to have a laugh. This will be one of the better days out this season I reckon.

Swansea have got their facilities spot on. Well done!

Vicky Vicky

The stadium is ideally set out for disabled people. I found the staff extremely helpful and happy to show you around if you hadn’t been before. There is a lift to take you up to the disabled seats which a steward operates to stop none needing people using it. The toilet was large but not changing places. Ideally located close to disabled seating. The disability officer was helpful and offered to get drinks at half time for disabled fans so we didn’t have Togo on the Concause and end up at the back of the que.

The view at Swansea is one of the best in the premier league

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