Date: 10th September 2007 at 4:28pm
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In our new site feature, we bring you the details for all of Swansea City’s away trips this season.

Travel

Official Coach:
As yet we don’t have any confirmed details on official coach details and prices. Check back soon for an update.

By Car:
Exit the M4 at junction 20 onto the M5. Take the A40 exit (11) off the M5 towards Cheltenham/Gloucester.

Estimated Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes by coach, around 1 hour 30 minutes by car.

Detailed Directions:
click here to visit MapQuestEnter GL52 5NA as the postcode for the destination.

By Train:
Cheltenham train station is over 2 miles away from the ground so its to best to get a taxi to Whaddon Road from there.

Tickets

Prices:
Adults: £18, senior citizens (over 60): £12 under-16s: £7

Available from:
Tickets are available at the Liberty Stadium ticket office.

Allocation:
1,800

This game is all ticket, no tickets available on the day.

Ticket hotline: 08700 400 004.

Food & Drink

Pubs For Away Fans:
According to the Internet Football Ground Guide, the best pubs for away fans are ‘Sudeley Arms’ or ‘The Conservatory’ on Prestbury Road on the outskirts of town.

The Ground

Swansea City fans are situated behind the goal in the Carlsberg Stand and whenever I’ve been there, the jack army has always been in full voice, packing out the entire allocation of around 1,500 plus a few hundred more in the corner of the stand to the right. The stand behind the goal is fully covered.

I’ve also found the home fans friendly and have once been in the home end with no problems at all from their fans.

Are you making the visit to Whaddon Road on Tuesday? Why not comment on your trip and send it in to Vital Swansea? Please email us at: swansea@vitalfootball.co.uk

An Away Day Guide for Leeds will follow shortly. Swansea City travel to Elland Road on Saturday 22nd September.

 

2 Replies to “Away Day Guide – Cheltenham”

  • its a good trip on a saturday when you’ve packed out their entire away end and actually create some atmosphere at whaddon road. though they’re not used to it!

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