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The Liberty Stadium (also known as the White Rock or New Stadium) is a sports/concert arena located in Swansea, Wales. It is a multi-purpose all-seater stadium. Its total capacity used to be 20,280 people, but today the stadium is able to host 21,088 people.
The Liberty Stadium was opened in 2005, and right away it became the permanent home of the Ospreys regional rugby team as well as Swansea City A.F.C. The very first match played in the ground was between Fulham F.C. and Swansea City A.F.C., which ended with a score of 1-1.
Today, it is the biggest multi-purpose venue in Swansea and the 3rd largest stadium in Wales. Just a few little changes have been made to the stadium since it was opened. Thanks to the promotion of Swansea City A.F.C., the Liberty Stadium became the 1st Premier League ground in Wales.
The Prices for 2005-2006 was:
- Adult: £13-£18.
- Children: £7-£10.
- OAP/Students: £10-£13.
How to Get to Liberty Stadium
By train. You can take Arriva and First Great Western Trains that stop at Swansea’s High Street Station, from where you can take a bus to the stadium.
By bus. Away fans coaches can drop supporters off and pick them up after the game right from the stadium.
By car. Take M4, come off at Junction 45, and following the A4067 until you see the signs to ‘Stadium Park and Ride.’