Scarlets – Saturday 16th November, 8:00pm
Details updated on 11th November
Parc y Scarets is to the East of the town. The nearest railway station is Llanelli, 2.2 miles from the stadium, taxis are available and a matchday shuttle bus is mentioned – see the Scarlets website for details.
TRAIN: There is an hourly service from London & Reading, changing at Swansea. As the last train back from Llanelli leaves before the end of the match, it is not possible to do a day trip.
Journey time is about 3 hours from Reading and 30 minutes longer from London Paddington.
COACH: National Express operates a direct coach service from London Victoria and Reading-Mereoak to Llanelli, there is only one coach per day, scheduled to arrive in the town centre (approx 2 miles from the stadium) at 6:50pm. A day trip is not possible, the return coach on the Sunday departs Llanelli at 10am, so does not give time for any sight-seeing.
CAR: For those driving – see details from the Scarlets’ website – parking appears to be on a first come first serve basis, there are around 1,300 parking spaces. Postcode for your SatNav is SA14 9UZ.
There are 26 disabled parking places – for more information on disabled parking, contact firstname.lastname@example.org who will be able to assist you further.
For those planning to drive from London for this match, the M4 will be closed between junction 6 & junction 8/9.
Match Tickets: Tickets are available from Scarlets’ ticket website, adult ticket prices start from £18 for standing.
Planning a Longer Stay: The Visit Wales website gives details of accommodation and places to visit.