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U 23 very Bristol rovers checkatrade Wednesday
at 16:14 4 Dec 2018

Tickets £5 adults £1 for everyone else

Season ticket share in east stand for 2018/19
at 10:23 10 Jul 2018

I am a senior season ticket holder in the east stand row M seat 200 approx.
I have been sharing this season ticket for the last few season but the person I have shared it with does not wish to do so now we are in the Championship.

I live in Felixstowe so can only get back to Swansea for half the home matches.
Is there anyone who wish to share this SENIOR season ticket with me?

Private message me if you are interested so we can discuss details.
at 16:40 9 Mar 2018

Did anyone use this service how full were buses?
"The Swansea City Supporters Alliance” banner
at 14:42 6 Mar 2018

Why has “The Swansea City Supporters Alliance” banner headline been up on the forum home page since 18th December 2017? The home page is supposed to give recent news. Guess this small minority have someone on the Editorial staff of the Planet Swansea WEB site.

Mind you the news page has not been updated since November. Any reasons why the bad news stories are still current? We should be posting good news about our cup run and our Premier League current form.
at 16:28 28 Feb 2018

The profit offsets a loss of £14.6 million from the previous year (July 31, 2016) and maintains the club’s long-standing focus on sound financial management.

Turnover for the year was £127.8 million compared with £97.2 million for the previous year. This included an increase of £2 million in commercial revenue to £9.4 million, mainly via additional sponsorship gains.

Total operating costs, including player amortisation costs of £24.2 million, amounted to £150.8 million compared with £117.6 million for the previous year.

A total of £64.1 million was spent investing in the playing squad, with a further £4.5 million invested in the club’s training facilities at Fairwood. This investment was to some extent leveraged by the receivables on certain player disposals.
Swans have appointed Mark Davies as their first Global Head of Partnerships
at 08:18 12 Jul 2017

The Swans have appointed Mark Davies as their first Global Head of Partnerships in a bid to maximise the club’s commercial reach at home and abroad.

Hope he starts to bring in new revenue streams
Live video announcement of offical club site
at 09:59 19 Jun 2017

Live video announcement of offical club site and facebook

Do we need more police and how do we pay for them
at 12:17 7 Jun 2017

Thought I would start a new thread as most of the other threads seem to be about people trying to score political points and resorting to abuse rather than sorting out the problem.

Who ever wins this election it is about time all our parties came together and set up a cross body committee at the time of terrorists' outrage. I would of thought a few basics questions need answering.

1) Do we need more police and how many?
2) Should all our policemen be armed?
3) How do we pay for it?

Currently we pay for our policing via the police precept on our council tax bill.
How much would you be all be prepared to pay extra police, 25% 50% 100% ?
I would happily bay about £50 more per year which is about a 33% increase.

Let the debate begin.
Corbyn wants to Nationlise Football
at 11:06 27 May 2017

Corbyn now want to give football to "the many not the few." Does he not live in the real world. Over 33,000,000 attended the PL and EFL last season. Add in all the cup matches plus non league matches as well as NI and Scottish football and the figure is nearer 50,000,000. I wonder if he actually paid for his cup final tickets today or is he enjoying hospitality "for the few not the many." By the way train tickets are not worthless if a match is rearranged for TV. You just pay a £10 booking fee to change the date of your travel.
The club has agreed to pay for food and drink for all 3,000 travelling fans at t
at 09:17 11 May 2017

Swans fans travelling to Sunderland on Saturday will not only get to see the Premier League clash for free, but will also receive complimentary food and drink courtesy of Swansea City.
The club has agreed to pay for food and drink for all 3,000 travelling fans at the Stadium of Light as a thank you to those making the long trip and their support throughout the season.
Fans will receive a £5.50 food and beverage voucher at the turnstiles which can be redeemed in the concourse food outlets before and during the game.
It can be redeemed for a meal deal that includes a pie, crisps and a hot or cold drink. Alternatively you can add £1.50 for a pie and a pint, or it can be used to purchase individual items such as an alcoholic or soft drink
Back in bottom three
at 17:12 11 Dec 2016

Another master class in defence from Liverpool.
Fill the Ground for the next three home matches
at 11:34 11 Dec 2016

We need to get behind the Swans and make sure the ground is full for the next three home games, West Ham 6 tickets left, Bournemouth 200 and Arsenal about 70.
Protest at next home game
at 09:07 12 Apr 2016

I think all supporters should make a protest at the next home game against the sell out by most of our current shareholders.
Idiot in red pick up today
at 21:15 19 Mar 2016

Who was the idiot in the red truck driving up the Neath Road towards the liberty after the game? Despite the road being closed he was travelling at 20 to 25 scattering pedestrians everywhere. When a few guys slapped the side of his truck he stopped and got out and tried to fight then all. Luckily his mates dragged him away otherwise he would have got a kicking. No sure what his young son in the truck thought.

Big Truck small d*** syndrome.
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at 10:46 5 Feb 2016

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The group that owns Western Mail buys evening post
at 16:07 28 Oct 2015

The end of unbiased reporting of the Swans as the group that owns Western Mail buys evening post
Angel Rangel Zaragoza
at 16:04 12 Aug 2015

Angel Rangel Zaragoza

8 years ago today I made my debut for this amazing football club. Coming through divisions from League One up to the Premier League, having played over 300 games winning 2 promotions, 1 Capital One Cup and played in the Europa League. I feel so blessed to be still living the dream and sure that there is a lot more to come. ‪#‎skyisthelimit
Hereford record crowd to see first game.
at 19:51 10 Aug 2015

After a record crowd of more than 4,000 watched Hereford FC win their first ever league game at Edgar Street on Saturday, midfielder Aaron Birch says the fans are the key to any success.

A total of 4,062 people - the most in the history of the Midland League - saw the newly formed club beat Dunkirk 4-1.

Onwards and Upwards

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Councillors approved the club's plans to increase the stadium's capacity.
at 15:51 10 Feb 2015

Swansea City's expansion of the Liberty Stadium to cater for the huge demand for Premier League football has been given the go-ahead.

Councillors approved the club's plans to increase the stadium's capacity from just under 21,000 to 33,000.

A condition was imposed that a liaison group is set up comprising of councillors, the club and members of the local community.

It is the smallest ground in the Premier League. SMALLER THAN QPR I THINK NOT.

There are more than 8,000 waiting for season tickets.

Swansea council had been recommended to approve the work, which will be carried out over three phases.

Phase one could begin at the end of the season and would see the East Stand capacity increased by 3,844.

The other two phases, expanding the North and South Stands, would follow.

The Liberty Stadium, opened in 2005, is also home to the Ospreys rugby team, which will be represented in the liaison group.

Since their promotion to football's top flight, the Swans regularly sell out matches.

The club enjoyed a successful first two seasons in the world's richest domestic league and won their first major trophy, the Capital One Cup, earning them a place in this season's Europa League.

Fast food restaurant
Parking at the stadium has been an issue, particularly for residents, and club officials set out how they will handle the extra traffic generated by the expansion.

It will include more park and ride options and more parking.

Before the plans were given the go-ahead, councillors were warned that an agreement between the council and McDonald's to switch plans for a fast food restaurant by the ground has yet to be signed.

Swansea criticised a decision two years ago to grant planning permission for a the restaurant next to the Liberty Stadium saying it threatened plans to expand the ground.

The fast food chain has agreed to move to nearby Nantony Way subject to the signing of an agreement.

The report discussed on Thursday said the agreement has yet to be signed "due to issues involving the exchange/sale of relevant land".

It said that if it was not signed, or if McDonald's wished to implement their permission for the stadium's South Stand plot, it would not be possible to both build the drive-through there and expand the stadium as planned.

McDonald's has always said it does not want to stand in the way of any stadium expansion.

The bid came as a report said Swansea City has become one of the 50 richest football clubs in the world.
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at 22:35 11 Sep 2014
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