You can watch that video HERE
- and here are some key points.
Rail - trains travel from London Paddington into Swansea station, which is a mile and half from the Liberty Stadium. Taxis will cost approximately £7. There is a bus stop opposition the station where buses 4 and 4a will go to the stadium.
Car - Swansea run a Park & Walk scheme - Landore Park & Walk, which is just a three-minute walk from the stadium. It will open at 5.15p for Tuesday's 7.45pm kick-off and remain open until one hour after the final whistle (approximately 10.30pm). The cost is £6.
At the Liberty Stadium
Ticket Office/duplicates - Swansea's Ticket Office is located in the South Stand, opposite the Harvester. If required, duplicate tickets will be available until 6.45pm, supporters must provide a photo ID.
Turnstiles - turnstiles open 90 minutes before kick-off - 6.15pm on Tuesday. Our supporters are housed in the North Stand. As always, our advice is to arrive as early as possible with all fans subject to searches before entry.
Cash - there are no cash points in the stadium, the nearest are at the retail park two minutes away. Card payments are accepted throughout. Programmes are cash only - £3.
Access/disabled supporters - every turnstile at the Liberty has an accessible entrance. There are plenty of lifts in the concourses and accessible toilet facilities accessed via a key - ask stewards for assistance if required. Swansea also have Disability Liaison Officers around the stadium in green bibs.
Once again, watch Swansea's video for away fans HERE...