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Buy Tickets Early For Stress-Free Swansea Survival Party

A game we can just enjoy! Yes! We actually get one of those! See the following information from the club about how you can be there.

Mark Runnacles

The 2013-14 Barclays Premier League season draws to a close on Sunday, as Sunderland AFC welcome Swansea City AFC to the Stadium of Light.

A crowd of 45,181 saw Gus Poyet's side ensure an eighth consecutive season of top flight football at the Stadium of Light, with a 2-0 victory over West Bromwich Albion FC and the Black Cats now take on The Swans in the season finale, which is a traditional 3pm kick off.

With the last game of the season always hugely popular, the club is advising its supporters to secure their seats in advance of the day of the game to avoid disappointment.

Ticket collection points and the stadium's ticket office will be extremely busy on Sunday and fans are urged to buy or collect pre-paid tickets as soon as possible. The Stadium of Light ticket office will be open for sales and collections 9am-5:30pm on Thursday and Friday and 10am-1pm on Saturday.

Telephone lines and online sales are available 24 hours a day.


Tickets are priced from £27 for adults, £23 for over 65s and just £12 for under 16s. Hospitality options are also available from £55 per person.

Tickets can be purchased online at, via the ticket hotline, 0871 911 1973 (24 hour service) or from the Stadium of Light ticket office (opening hours listed below).

Supporters who purchase tickets online can use the club's free ‘print at home' service, which means they can print their own bar-coded paper ticket on their home PC. Full details can be found at


Thursday 08 May, 9am - 5:30pm
Friday 09 May, 9am - 5:30pm
Saturday 10 May, 10am - 1pm
Sunday 11 May, 10am until kick off (SAFC v SWANSEA CITY, 3pm)

All tickets are sold subject to ground regulations.

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