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History of the swans

History of the swans

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  • 1. HistorySwansea Town/City Vetch Field Liberty Stadium Promotion
  • 2. Swansea Town/CityFormed:1912Joined Second Division Southern LeagueFirst game: 7th September against CardiffGranted City status :1971
  • 3. Vetch fieldNamed after cabbage like plantCapacity was down to 12,000 when it closedThe last game played there was Swans 2Wrexham 1At its peak the Vetch had a 30,000 capacity
  • 4. Liberty StadiumS.C.F.C moved to Liberty in 20051ST League game at Liberty, Swans 1Tranmere 0Capacity 20,500There are 20 million artificial grass fibressown into the pitch
  • 5. Timeline Promoted Relegated to to TheSwansea Southern Division 4 PremierTown League Division 3 for 1st time in Promoted to Leagueformed incorporated champions history Division 11912 1920 1948 1967 1981 2011
  • 6. Goal Scorers 2010/11 PLAYER FLC CUPS TOTAL Scott Sinclair 19 5 24 Darren Pratley 9 2 11 Stephen Dobbie 9 0 9 Fabio Borini 6 0 6Cedric Van Der Gun 1 4 5 Craig Beattie 4 0 4 Luke Moore 3 0 3 Ashley Williams 3 0 3 Nathan Dyer 2 0 2 Mark Gower 2 0 2 Angel Rangel 2 0 2 Marvin Emnes 2 0 2 Joe Allen 2 0 2 Shefi Kuqi 0 2 2 David Cotterill 1 0 1 Jermaine Easter 1 0 1 Leon Britton 1 0 1 Tamas Priskin 1 0 1 Garry Monk 0 1 1
  • 7. PromotionSwans beat Nottingham Forest for a place inthe play off final at WembleyThey beat Reading at Wembley 4-2First Welsh team to enter the Premier league
  • 8. AcknowledgmentsImages from clipartwww.swanseacity.net Special thanks to Jonathan Wilsher, S.C.F.C Media manager, for giving permission to use resourceswww.fcsongs.com Many thanks to this resource for allowing me to use the anthem.

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