Liberty Stadium - Swansea City
A Fans Eye View of the Stadium
By Lisa Higgins
When I first saw the New
Stadium (Yes how Original) It was a momentous day this development was a long
time in the making. When I went to pick my seat for the season I was amazed by
the Stadium well laid out with excellent views for all fans. Then came Match day
Swansea City Vs Tranmere Rovers with nervous trepidation I walked up the stairs
for the first time on game day. Yes at first the stewarding seemed a little lax
but it was the first competitive game since then its improved drastically with
everybody getting used to the new plush surroundings. The Leg room is very
generous you donít feel like your playing a mass game of Sardines. There is good
provision of Disabled Supporters which is great with supporters given the space
around the centre between the bottom tier and the top tier of the stands. Also
on the touchlines disabled supporters have spaces as well. Also there are lifts
and disabled toilets too. The food is ok not great the normal football ground
fare Hamburgers, cheese Burgers and Chips. There are very expensive so if you
can to save on the £ís take your own food or eat before hand.
A Bit About Swansea:
Swansea is a medium sized city that is going under a period of expansion in which the ďLiberty StadiumĒ is part of. Swansea is a city by the sea with many fine beaches; the majority of the beaches are based in the Gower. The main beaches are Caswell, Langland Oxwich bays. The Gower is also an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) the first in the UK. There are many places within the Gower you can go walking or go for a picnic. Take in the views along Rhossili Bay and Worms Head mind the breeze. If thatís not your cup of tea there are a few museums that you can visit namely The National Maritime Museum of Wales which has just opened this year (Situated on Oystermouth road). Also for all art lovers the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery which is only 5 minute walk from the Train Station. There are also many parks in the city the biggest Singleton Park has a Botanical Garden and also hosts major Music events like BBC Prom in the Park and Party in the Park. Also for shopping the city centre has the average high street fare. If you are around the Morfa development park then there is a Morrisonís supermarket, Boots, Next, B & Q and Soccer Sports.
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