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Best Food and Drink at Liberty Stadium?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

The drinks at the stadium are not exactly the crown jewel of British cuisine, but if you’ve got a thirst about you, they’re better than nothing. Carling is your lager option, and Worthington Bitter is the alternative. In terms of food, there’s the usual matchday fare available in the form of pies, pasties and the like. There’s a good chippy outside the stadium called “Rossi’s” which, it seems, even does healthy options like baked potatoes on top of the deep fried grub.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

Swansea FC pride themselves on having their own ‘Home from Home’ Kiosks around the ground, serving up locally made food. It isn’t the cheapest food in the whole world but the quality is a bit better than some of the other grounds around the country. £4 will get you a burger, with or without cheese. Pies are a little less at £3.60 and a portion of chips is only £2.50.

The drink selection isn’t incredible, with pints of Lager being sold for £3.70 with Cider and Worthingtons £3.60 a pint.

Take advantage of their ‘Pie and a Pint’ offer with the price being £7 for the pair.

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