Swansea City play their games at the Liberty Stadium, their home since 2005. Most of Swansea’s history has seen them play outside of the top divisions, and in 2003 they narrowly escaped relegation into the non-league Conference division. However, Swansea managed to turn around their fortunes and gained promotion to the Premier League in 2011, where they have stayed since, even finding time to win the 2012-13 League Cup when they beat Bradford City 5-0.
That was biggest ever margin in the competition’s final. Swansea, before the 2016-17 campaign, established themselves as a mid-table Premier League team, with 11th, 9th, 12th, 8th, and 12th place finishes since their promotion.
However, the 2016-17 season was fraught with relegation threats. They teetered near the bottom of the division for most of the season but escaped the drop in the penultimate weekend.
Swansea Next Regular Season Game
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Swansea Game Schedule
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What Are The Current Swansea Standings
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Swansea were pegged at +350 to be relegated before the 2016-17 season. They were oh so close to making the drop but found a way to escape wutg a few weeks to spare.
The Swans struggled for consistency for most of the season, the situation made worse by constantly changing managers. They finally landed on Paul Clement, who instilled belief and confidence into a team that direly needed it.
Swansea had all sorts of difficulty playing at the Liberty Stadium, and were the second worst side at home. They conceded bundles of goals but were able, to some extent, to offset that with a comparatively proficient offense.
Surprisingly it was Swansea’s away record that kept them in the top division, even though they had a horrendous goal differential. Clement has a lot of work to do in the offseason, especially considering that Swansea has lost their leader and talisman, Gylfi Sigurdsson.
He’s a brilliant manager but his Swans may be pulled into a relegation dogfight again unless he is able to improve the squad substantially prior to the 2017-18 season.