Liverpool And Man Utd First Up For Swans
Thursday, 27th Jul 2017 12:52 by Planet Swans (follow us on Twitter @swansnews)
The Swans Under-23s will face Liverpool at Landore first next season as they prepare to kick off their first ever season of top flight development season following their promotion last season.
Following Liverpool will be trips to Manchester United and West Ham as the challenge awaiting our next generation becomes clear and surely only a good thing for their development.
The Swans won a league and cup double last season and will be looking to build on that this time around with an attractive fixture list looking like this
Friday 11th – Swans U23s v Liverpool – Landore (7pm)
Monday 21st – Manchester United v Swans U23s – Leigh Sports Village (7pm)
Sunday 27th – West Ham v Swans U23s – Dagenham & Redbridge (1pm)
Monday 11th – Swans U23s v Derby – Liberty Stadium (7pm)
Monday 18th – Tottenham v Swans U23s – The Lamex Stadium (7pm)
Friday 22nd – Swans U23s v Manchester City – Landore (7pm)
Friday 13th – Chelsea v Swans U23s – Aldershot Town (7:05pm)
Monday 23rd – Leicester City v Swans U23s – King Power Stadium (7pm)
Friday 27th - Swans U23s v Everton – Landore (7pm)
Monday 20th - Swans U23s v Arsenal – Landore (7pm)
Sunday 26th – Sunderland v Swans U23s – Eppleton Colliery Welfare (12pm)
Monday 11th - Swans U23s v Manchester United – Landore (7pm)
Sunday 17th – Liverpool v Swans U23s – Prenton Park (1pm)
Monday 8th - Swans U23s v Chelsea – Landore (7:05pm)
Monday 15th – Derby v Swans U23s – St George’s Park (7pm)
Monday 29th – Swans U23s v West Ham – Landore (7pm)
Friday 2nd – Manchester City v Swans U23s – City Football Academy (7pm)
Monday 19th – Swans U23s v Tottenham – TBC (7pm)
Monday 5th – Everton v Swans U23s – Goodison Park (7pm)
Monday 12th – Swans U23s v Leicester – TBC
Friday 13th – Arsenal v Swans U23s – Boreham Wood (7pm)
Monday 23rd – Swans U23s v Sunderland – Liberty Stadium (7pm)
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