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S.C.F.C

  1. 1. HistorySwansea Town/City Vetch Field Liberty Stadium Promotion
  2. 2. Swansea Town/CityFormed:1912Joined Second Division Southern LeagueFirst game: 7th September against CardiffGranted City status :1971
  3. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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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