Norwich City fans’ guide to Swansea - including top five pubs in the city centre
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Norwich City travel to Wales on Saturday to face Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium at 3pm. Here is our guide for Canaries fans on travel, food and drink.
• By car
Norwich to Swansea takes just over five hours by car. As you approach Swansea leave the M4 at junction 45 and take the A4067 towards the city centre. Stay on the A4067 for around two and a half miles and you will reach the Liberty Stadium on your left. The post code for the ground is SA1 2FA.
Parking at the stadium is for permit holders only but minibuses can park behind the North Stand. There is limited street parking around the stadium and away fans are encouraged to use a park and ride service situated just off the M4 at junction 46. Separate coaches are provided for travelling fans and are parked outside the ground after the match.
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Norwich to Swansea by train takes just under seven hours and involves changes at Ely and a tube journey in London. The last train fans can catch that gets to Swansea in time for the match leaves Norwich at 6.53am on Saturday morning. The train station in Swansea is two miles from the ground and is served by local bus services.
WHERE TO DRINK
The Morfa Parc Harvester is to the south west corner of the stadium and welcomes away fans. Other than that travelling fans will find more options in the city centre including large chain pubs like Yates, Wetherspoons and The No Sign Bar. The stadium itself also offers alcoholic drinks and opens 90 minutes before kick off.
WHERE TO EAT
Outside the stadium there is a retail park to the east of the river which has a few fast food haunts such as KFC and Pizza hut. The nearby Morfa Parc Harvester can also be used for its proper function, rather than just for a drink, and there is also a Frankie & Bennys close by. Otherwise you can choose to get something once inside the concourse or in the city centre.