Swansea City fans are a loyal bunch, whom travel up and down the motorways of the UK following their team.
Whether it was the old Fourth Division or the dizzy heights of the Premier League, the loyal Jack Army follows the boys in black and white and more often than not, they’ve taken note of the detailed Travelling Jacks away day guide written by lifelong Swans supporter Steve Griffiths.
Steve has been writing these guides for both SCFC2 and the Swans Official match day programme for over 15 years, so he knows his stuff.
Whether you want to know the best place to park, have a drink or even what trains to catch, then these guides are the place to start planning your Swans away day.
Here is a list of every away day guide produced by Steve for SCFC2 in alphabetical order:
1860 Munich (Germany) – Grünwalder Stadion
Barnet – The Hive Stadium
Barnsley – Oakwell
Birmingham City – St Andrew’s
Blackburn Rovers – Ewood Park
Bolton Wanderers – University of Bolton Stadium / Macron Stadium / Reebok Stadium
Brentford – Griffin Park
Brighton & Hove Albion – American Express Stadium / Falmer Stadium
Bristol City – Ashton Gate
Bristol Rovers – Memorial Stadium
Burnley – Turf Moor
Charlotte Independence (USA) – Ramblewood Stadium
Chelsea – Stamford Bridge
Cheltenham Town – Jonny-Rocks Stadium / Whaddon Road
Charlton Athletic – The Valley
Coventry City – Ricoh Arena / Coventry Building Society Arena
Crystal Palace – Selhurst Park
Derby County – Pride Park
Everton – Goodison Park
Huddersfield Town – Kirklees Stadium / The John Smith’s Stadium / Galpharm Stadium / Alfred McAlpine Stadium
Hull City – KCOM Stadium / KC Stadium
Oxford United – Kassam Stadium
Queens Park Rangers – Loftus Road
Sheffield United – Bramall Lane
Sheffield Wednesday – Hillsborough
Southampton – St Mary’s Stadium
Stoke City – bet365 Stadium / Britannia Stadium
Sunderland – Stadium of Light
Swindon Town – County Ground
Tottenham Hotspur – Wembley
Yeovil Town – Huish Park
Be sure to keep a check on this page as we add more away day guides for Swansea City games.