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 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.


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