EFL Sky Bet League Two

 Saturday, May 5, 2018
 Swindon Town (2) 3, Accrington Stanley (0) 0
 



Friendly


Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Cirencester Town (Away)


No matches played against Cirencester Town in any major competition.

Since their move to their Corinium Stadium in 2002, a friendly fixture with Cirencester has become a regular feature on the Town's pre-season calendar...

   

Previews of the Play-Off Final: 25 May 1990

HTV and BBC previews of the play-off final against Sunderland.

Division Three Play-Off Final (Second Leg) - Swindon Town vs Gillingham: 25 May 1987

History repeats itself in the final - after going down 2-0 in the semi-finals, a Karl Elsey goal gives the Gills a two goal advantage in the final - but, laying siege to the Gillingham goal, the Town come back once more, goals from Coyne and Henry taking the tie to a replay.

Swindon thrash Aldershot 7-0: 8 Jan 1983

Howard Pritchard and Andy Rowland both score hat-tricks, as the Town put seven past the sorry Shots.

Hundreds of calls to BBC phone in: Jun 1990

Hundreds of fans call to the BBC Points West Person-to-Person phone-in, to react to the decision to demote the Town to Division Three - but the secretary of Peterborough, the last team to be demoted back in the sixties, feels that Swindon were fairly treated.

Division Two - Swindon Town vs Crystal Palace: 25 Apr 1989

A goal from Steve White gives Swindon another vital win against fellow promotion candidates Crystal Palace - the victory taking the Town into the play-off places with just four games left.

Video Library

Visit the Video Library for more STFC video from the sixties to the present day.

1987
A Karl Elsey goal puts Gillingham 2-0 up on aggregate in the Third Division Play Off final - but goals from Peter Coyne and Charlie Henry send the tie to a replay.

1940 - Wartime South-West Regional League
Swindon Town 4, Swansea Town 0

1987 - Playoffs
Swindon Town 2, Gillingham 1
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Division Two


Leeds United(0) 0
Swindon Town(0) 0

Jordan EDWARDS became the 991st player to represent the Town in a League (not including playoff matches) match, when he made his debut in this competition against Accrington Stanley.

Lawrence VIGOUROUX's next appearance will be his 100th for the club.

Paul MULLIN has now scored 10 goals for Swindon.

The game against Accrington Stanley was STFC's 4,063rd match in the League (not including playoff matches), and the 1,516th match that the Town have won - th and the 159 match with a 3-0 scoreline. It was also the 459th occasion that Swindon have scored three goals in this competition. Swindon have now scored 5,838 League goals.

Swindon currently have an ELO score of 3,529.4 - based on ELO score rankings, Swindon are the 78th best team in the country at this time.

       

LAST MATCH:



Central League South
Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Swindon Town Dev. (2) 8

Milton Keynes Dons Dev. (1) 2


NEXT MATCH:

No future matches scheduled.

 

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Youth Alliance Merit League One
Saturday, April 28, 2018

Exeter City U18 (2) 4

Swindon Town U18 (0) 0


NEXT MATCH:

No future matches scheduled.

Home matches generally played at Stanley Park, Chippenham on Saturdays at 11am (check local media).

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Premier League (Southern Division)
Sunday, April 22, 2018

Chichester City LFC (0) 2

Swindon Town LFC (1) 1


NEXT MATCH:

No future matches scheduled.

Home matches generally played at Shrivenham FC on Sundays at 2pm (check local media).



Jimmy JOHNSTON
left half back
1953-1955
Town Apps: 78
Goals: 0

   
Vic Morgan: Itís never over until itís over  
Former BBC Wiltshire match commentator†Vic Morgan writes his weekly blog… I have a picture on my wall. It’s a collage of photos from a season not too long ago. You know the one. Swindon were League Two champions and all seemed well. I remember writing in this blog at the time to make the most of those moments because they  

Vic Morgan: Campaign of calamity  
Former BBC Wiltshire match commentator†Vic Morgan writes his weekly blog… Just one game to go before this wretched season is put to bed. In my half century of watching the Town, there can have been few years that have rivalled this one for downright disappointment. Last Saturday’s defeat by Scunthorpe summed it up. For the most part outplayed and out  

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Visit Paul Plowman's STFC site, with details of how it all started, a 'Where Are They Now?' feature of every player to have represented the Town since the War, tributes to over 600 Swindon players that are sadly no longer with us, plus other special features.

Also, browse the SwindonFC1879.com shop, with a selection of books and e-books, plus hundreds of old STFC programmes to choose from.