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Swansea City on tv and stream

Swansea City Association Football Club is the name of a professional football club located in the city of Swansea, England, commonly referred to as Swansea City AFC or simply Swansea City.

Swansea City currently competes in the second top division of the English football league system, the EFL Championship. Swansea City has played their all home matches at the Swansea.com Stadium (previously known as the Liberty Stadium) since 2005.

History of Swansea City

The club was established in 1912 as Swansea Town and entered the Southern League, winning the Welsh Cup in its first season. Swansea won the Third Division South title in 1924–25, four seasons after joining the Football League.

The club again won the Third Division South title in 1948–49, demoted to the lower level two years previously. They went down to the Fourth Division after relegations in 1965 and 1967. In 1969, the club finally changed its name to the current version, Swansea City.

The team won three promotions in four seasons to reach the First Division in 1981. They reached close to winning the league title during the following season, but they finished sixth, still a club record. From here, the club suffered relegation problems the season after, returning to the Fourth Division in 1986 and then slightly avoiding relegation to the Conference in 2003.

Swansea City achieved the promotion to compete in the Premier League in 2011. They reached the 2012–13 Football League Cup and won the trophy, which was their first big trophy. The club again fell into the Championship from the Premier League after finishing the 2017–18 season.

Club Badge and Colors of Swansea City

The current bade of Swansea City is the most famous and recognizable badge for the club. After Introducing in 1998, the badge is still used by Swansea City FC as the official primary logo. It is a three-dimensional stylized picture of a black swan, which is now facing right.

The swan is formed by several frags placed with some space. Each of the drags boasts a sleek matte surface with a bit of gradient. The chic black image is complemented by an uppercase "Swansea City AFC" inscription in a sophisticated sans-serif.

White and black is the home color of the club. Swansea City's players wear a white jersey of a white shirt, half-pant, and socks outlined in black. The club also a black kits for away uses.

Key Players and Managers of Swansea City

Joël Piroe is a Netherland forward who plays as an attacking midfielder for Swansea. This season, he is playing so impressive, scoring 15 goals, assisting four assists, and becoming the top performer of the Swans.

Jamie Paterson is playing well, as he scored and assisted a number of goals for the club this season. He contributed 16 goals, where he directly scored nine goals, and the other seven were assists. Olivier Ntcham, Ryan Manning, Cyrus Christie, Jake Bidwell, and Flynn Downes are some of the club's best players in its current squad.

Forty-four permanent managers and four caretaker managers have managed Swansea City since the club's first professional manager, Walter Whittaker, in 1912. Russell Kenneth Alexander Martin has been in charge of the Swans since 1 August 2021.

Noteworthy Stats of Swansea City

Wilfred Milne holds the record for Swansea's highest appearances, having played 586 matches from 1920 to 1937, followed by Roger Freestone with 563 appearances. Ivor Allchurch is the all-time top goalscorer of Swansea, with 166 goals in two spells.

Memorable Moments of Swansea City

On 24 February 2013, Swansea City beat Bradford City 5–0 to win the Football League Cup season 2012–13. This notable victory is the competition's highest ever winning margin for the final. They won the first major trophy in their club's history and qualified for the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League competition, in which they played the round of 32 but lost over two legs to Napoli.

Watch Swansea City on TV and Stream

Watch Swansea City on TV and stream through various reputed television channel which has legal rights to provide live matches on their TV. And watch live streaming on your portable smart devices through streaming sites.

How to Watch Swansea City on TV?

Watch all matches of Swansea City on Sky Sports in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Enjoy live services on TV on DAZN in Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, and France. Watch on Setanta Sports in Turkmenistan, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan.

Fans can enjoy the exciting matches of Swansea City on ESPN in Latina America and the United States. You can watch it on Eleven Sports in Luxembourg, Poland, Arena Sports in North Macedonia, B&H, Montenegro, Croatia, and beIN Sports in Australia, New Zealand.

How to Watch Swansea City on Stream Online?

Swansea City's global fans can watch their favorite team's all matches on live streaming from many countries. You can watch live streaming through Sky Sports, Bt Sports, DAZN, Fubo TV, beIn Sports, Setanta Sports, Live Soccer TV, Kayo Sports, Sling TV, Amazon Prime, and Jio TV.

Sometimes the following streaming sites are not working properly from your arena or region. In case of that, you can try paid VPN sites as a proxy server like Nord VPN or Express VPN.

Swansea City's most popular nicknames are "The Swans" and "The Jacks," which usually represent their historic creation history and club's culture.

Swansea City's main rivals are Cardiff City, Newport County,  Bristol City, and Bristol Rovers. Swansea City and Cardiff City's rivalry is described as among the most hostile in English football and is commonly known as the South Wales derbies.