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Richie Wellens

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Established
1879 (140 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
The County Ground
(15,728 Capacity)

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Location
Swindon, Wiltshire

Nicknames
The Robins, STFC

League
English League 2

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smudgie: 04/Aug/19
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Upcoming Events
28 Sep 19 Swindon   -  Newport
05 Oct 19 Bradford   -  Swindon
12 Oct 19 Swindon   -  Plymouth
19 Oct 19 Crewe   -  Swindon
22 Oct 19 Swindon   -  Stevenage

Latest Results
21 Sep 19 Cambridge United  0 - 1  Swindon
17 Sep 19 Swindon  0 - 3  Colchester
14 Sep 19 Swindon  3 - 0  Macclesfield Town
07 Sep 19 Leyton Orient  1 - 3  Swindon
31 Aug 19 Swindon  3 - 1  Morecambe

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Swindon Town Football Club is an English association football club based in Swindon, Wiltshire. The club participates in League One, the third tier in the English football league system, in which it has spent 32 of its 87 League seasons (to 2014), with a further 30 in the former Division 3 South. The club's home ground, where it has played for 120 years since 1896, is the County Ground, which has a capacity of 15,728.

The club was founded in 1879, became professional in 1894 and entered the Football League in 1920. It has enjoyed periods of success, most notably during 1968–70, winning the 1969 League Cup by defeating Arsenal at Wembley Stadium and securing promotion to the Second Division. League Cup success earned the club its first invitations to European competitions, but they were not eligible to participate because they played in the then Third Division. So as compensation they were entered into the 1969 Anglo-Italian League Cup and the 1970 Anglo-Italian Cup, with Swindon winning both. These wins were led by the club's talisman winger Don Rogers. The South Stand was named after him from the 2007–08 season.

The club's two best wins were 10 goals to 2 over Norwich City on 5 September 1908 and 10 goals to 1 over Farnham United Breweries F.C. in the season of 1925–26 while the worst loss was 10 goal to 1 down against Manchester City in 1930.

Swindon Town won promotion to the Premier League during the 1992–93 season, the only time the club has played in the top level of English football. Swindon was the second team to win promotion to the Premier League via the play-offs, beating Leicester City. This proved to be Swindon's only season in the top flight to date, in which they conceded 100 goals. However, based on all results during their time in the Premier League and Football League up to 2010–11, Swindon are ranked as the all-time 47th most successful English football club domestically.

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Jaiyesimi


Steven
Alzate



Keshi
Anderson



Tom
Broadbent



Dion
Conroy



Toumani
Diagouraga



Michael
Doughty



James
Dunne



Jordan
Edwards



Will
Henry



Ellis
Iandolo



Lloyd
Isgrove



Kyle
Knoyle



Oliver
Lancashire



Jordan
Lyden



Luke
McCormick



Jak
McCourt



Jermaine
McGlashan



Sol
Pryce



Chris
Robertson



Joe
Romanski



Matthew
Taylor



Scott
Twine



Lawrence
Vigouroux



Kaiyne
Woolery



Luke
Woolfenden



Jordan
Young


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Stadium or Home

The County Ground is a stadium located near the town centre of Swindon, England, and has been home to Swindon Town Football Club since 1896. The current capacity of 15,728, all-seated, has been at that level since the mid-1990s. A record attendance of 32,000 was set on 15 January 1972, against Arsenal in the 3rd round of the FA Cup. North of the football stadium is Swindon Cricket Club, with their pitch is also named The County Ground which was used for the football club from 1893 till 1896.

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