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Llanelli’s Parc y Scarlets named as one of the best rugby stadiums in the world

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Parc y Scarlets in Llanelli has been named as one of the best rugby stadiums in the world according to a new survey.

Swansea’s Liberty Stadium, now renamed the swansea.com stadium has come out in the bottom rung of the fan satisfaction survey however.

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To find the rugby stadiums fans are most – and least – satisfied with, LiveRugbyTickets analysed more than 15,000 TripAdvisor reviews for 40 different grounds.

They created their very own index looking into the following four variables across these reviews and gave each a score out of 10 for atmosphere, cleanliness, affordability and food.

From this, they gave each stadium an overall fan satisfaction score out of 10 before ranking them to identify the best (and worst) rugby stadiums.

Parc y Scarlets in Llanelli is the only Welsh rugby stadium to feature in the top 15, and came out 4th overall in the fan satisfaction survey with an overall score of 8 out of 10. The Llanelli stadium’s food offering ranked highest amongst all of the stadiums reviewed with a score of 9.57 out of 10.

The rugby stadium fans are most satisfied with is Recreation Ground, situated in Bath, England. Home of Bath Rugby, the stadium scored a whopping score of 9.5 out of 10. The stadium had the highest score (9.7/10) for cleanliness and affordability.

The stadium situated in second place is Welford Road, with a score of 9 out of 10. Located in Leicester, England, its highest rankings were for cleanliness (9.5/10) and food (9.3/10).

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In third place we have Totally Wicked Stadium, located in St. Helens, England, with a score of 8.5 out of 10.

And the rugby stadium least liked by fans is…

Estadio Ciudad de La Plata in Buenos Aires, Argentina is the rugby stadium fans are the least satisfied with. It scored only 0.3 points on average for the index. Estadio Ciudad de La Plata scored lowest for atmosphere, cleanliness and food (0.21 points each).

Swansea’s Liberty Stadium, now renamed the swansea.com stadium, was the only Welsh stadium to feature in the bottom 15, coming in at 14th worst out of the 40 stadiums ranked. Cleanliness was the area where the stadium struggled most, rating just 1.27 out of 10.

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