With Ticketbis now offering Swansea tickets for all of the clubs home and away matches, you can find out for yourself how the league's only Welsh matches up against its English counterparts! Having remained in the Premier League since their promotion back in 2011, Swansea's 5-0 victory against Bradford City for the Capital One Cup back in 2013, remains a strong reminder of what Swansea are capable of, and there's little doubt that this season is sure to be full of excitement for the Swans. Finishing last year's Premier League in 15th place, the team certainly needs to tighten up if they want to contend with some of the higher-ranking teams and avoid relegation in 2018. How will the team do this year? Find out for yourself, buy Swansea tickets here at Ticketbis.
Swansea's Home: The Liberty Stadium
Based at Swansea's Liberty Stadium, Swansea AFC actually shares the stadium with the Ospreys rugby team. With a capacity of 20,750, despite being the third largest stadium in Wales, it is one of the smallest stadiums in the Premier League. Because the stadium is funded and maintained by Swansea city council, the club has found it difficult to increase its capacity over the years and only recently has the stadium seen major improvements. In fact, with the stadium having agreed a sponsorship deal with LG, all of the televisions around the stadium were replaced with 50" LG screens, and the south stand is now known as "The LG Stand". The stadium has also hosted some international matches for the Welsh national team, serving as a smaller, more intimate alternative to the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff.