Swansea Away Fan Guide
Travel info, weather forecast, stadium details and local tips.
INFORMATION FOR AWAY FANS TRAVELLING TO SWANSEA
Everton's allocation is now sold out and there will be no tickets sold on the day to away supporters.
Blues supporters should not travel on the day of the match if they do not already hold a ticket.
The local bus service from the Swansea train station are 4, 4a, 120, 122, 125 & 132. A Taxi from the station should not cost any more than £10.
There is a £10 coach parking charge at the stadium.
The weather forecast is mixed with cold temperatures and rain forecast. Big coats, hats and scarves for all.
Admission for Everton fans is via the North Stand Turnstiles 32-36
Bars will be open inside the stadium for Everton supporters.
Supporters should allow enough time to enter the stadium as searching will be taking place due to the recent smoke bomb issues.
THE LOCAL AREA
South Wales Police suggest that The Harvester & Frankie & Benny's bars which are located close to the stadium will accept away supporters.
Visit Swansea’s Waterfront Winterland with two ice rinks, a festive funfair, stalls, hot food and the Sky Ride. Winterland is situated in the grounds of the National Waterfront Museum, next to Swansea Museum
There is a Christmas market on Oxford Street with over 40 stalls displaying the arts, crafts, handmade goods, fine foods, speciality products and Christmas essentials.
Everton have this week appointed an Away Fan Ambassador. As part of her duties as Supporter Liasion Officer, Christine Prior will be travelling Toffees' main point of contact for any concerns or queries.
To contact Christine, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet her at @efc_christine. On away matchdays, she can be contacted on 07860 031200.
Please note, the Fan Centre will not be open to deal with ticket queries on Sunday 22 December.