The first prize of the new season has already been awarded, before a ball has even been kicked, with the Football Supporters' Federation (FSF) voting on which Premier League stadium provides the best away day experience.
The survey, which takes into account factors such as 'entering the stadium', 'choice of refreshments', 'quality/comfort of the away sector' and 'behaviour of stewards/club staff' was undertaken by the FSF, who questioned travelling fans during the 2016/17 season.
And it's good news for Swansea City, who's Liberty Stadium has been voted as the best away ground in the league, according to Wales Online.
The Liberty Stadium is officially the Premier League's best away ground. Image: PA
Fans were asked to rate each category out of five, with the Liberty Stadium coming out on top with an average overall rating of 4.43, well ahead of the league average of 3.65.
For price of refreshments, the Liberty was ranked fifth, second for overall value for money and came in first for choice of refreshments, behaviour of stewards and club staff and quality and comfort of it's away section, with a score of 4.18.
A spokesperson for the Swans said in a statement, "These are fantastic results and something the club and the stadium are very pleased with.
"It has been a conscious effort from everyone involved to make the Liberty Stadium a fan-friendly place to visit on match day, and the fact so many away fans have rated us so highly proves that our efforts have been recognised.
"It is something we aim to continue, not just for away fans but also for Swansea supporters.
Opened in 2005, the Liberty cost just £25 million to build. Images: PA
"It is particularly pleasing to see club staff and stewards ranking in first place, as the stadium has placed great emphasis on training staff not just in safety aspects, but also in giving a warm welcome to supporters.
"It is nice to be recognised in this way."
Ground was broke on the Liberty in 2003, with Swansea moving in to the ground two years later. The stadium cost £25 million to build and holds a capacity of 21,088.
(H/T Wales Online, 90 Mins)
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