Swansea City FC - Live Football Fixtures & News
- Address: Swansea, SA1 2FA
- Phone: 01792 616600
- Website: www.swanseacity.net
Founded - 1912
Stadium - Liberty Stadium
Capacity - 20,750
Manager - Michael Laudrup
Club Captain - Gary Monk
Highest League Position - 6th - 1981/82
Only eleven years ago, in 2002, The Swans escaped relegation from the Football League on the final day of the season, with Exeter City falling through the trap door instead. Three years on, and in the last season at their Vetch Field Stadium, Swansea gained promotion to League One. Their first season in the new Liberty Stadium would see the Swans narrowly miss out to Barnsley in the play off final on penalties. However 2 years later, Roberto Martinez would guide Swansea to the Championship after winning the League One title.
Swansea would maintain Championship status for several seasons, until exciting young manager Brendan Rogers would put a change to that. Rogers would guide the Swans to the 2011 play off final where a Scott Sinclair hat-trick overcame Reading 4-2, sending Swansea to the top flight and completing a remarkable turnaround in their fortunes.
Swansea would take the Premier League by storm, beating Liverpool, Arsenal and Champions elect, Manchester City in their debut season. Swansea entered the Premier League fearless and played football admired by everyone, this saw them earn a credible 11th placed finish.
Swansea fans feared for the worst when Liverpool came calling for their manager Brendan Rogers. It was too good of an opportunity to turn down for Rogers and he jumped at the chance, taking star midfielder Joe Allen with him. However, Chairman Huw Jenkins brought in Malaga boss Michael Laudrup who would soon make his impressions felt. Laurdrup settled straight into English football, putting his knowledge of the game into the side and making Swansea a force to be reckoned with in the Premier League.
Laudrup took Swansea all the way to Wembley in the 2012/13 League Cup, beating Liverpool on the way and then knocking European Champions Chelsea out in the semi-final. Swansea put on a masterclass of a performance in the final to beat Bradford City 5-0 and win their first major honour in the Club’s Centenary year. If they can keep hold of Laudrup, who is no doubt a target for Europe’s top clubs, then things can only get better for Swansea - The sky is the limit.
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Watch Swansea City live on tv in pubs and bars around the country. On this page we have put together all the fixtures Swansea City AFC's live football on TV. Fixtures include all Sky Sports, ESPN, BT Sport and terrestrial channels.
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