Swansea City AFC

Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
City Swansea
Founded 1912
Ground Liberty Stadium
Nickname The Swans
Captain Matt Grimes
Coach Steve Cooper
Website swanseacity.net

Swansea City AFC is a Welsh football club based in the city of Swansea. They currently feature in the English Premier League.

Swansea City were founded in 1913 as Swansea Town. Their most successful years have been since the 1980s when under their then player-manager John Toshack, they were promoted to the old First Division in 1981 and won three consecutive Welsh Cups and also made an appearance in the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup.

Swansea City play their home matches at the Liberty Stadium which can entertain a crowd of 20,532. They have been playing at this stadium since 2005 and share the stadium with the Ospreys rugby team. The club bears the nicknames The Swans and The Jacks.

Swansea won the Capital One Cup at Wembley Stadium in 2013, beating Bradford City 5-0 in the final, less than two years after their promotion to the Premier League.

Team Roster

Name Position
Jose Manuel Flores Moreno Spain defender
Borja González Tomás Spain forward
Joe Allen Wales midfielder
Joel Asoro Sweden midfielder
George Byers Scotland midfielder
José Alberto Cañas Spain midfielder
Bersant Celina Norway midfielder
Nathan Dyer England midfielder
Jay Fulton Scotland midfielder
Matt Grimes England midfielder

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