EFL Sky Bet League Two

 Saturday, March 17, 2018
 Cambridge United (0) 1, Swindon Town (1) 3

EFL Sky Bet League Two

Saturday, March 24, 2018
Exeter City (Away)

Swindon's league record against Exeter City:

83 36 25 22 58%

After four seasons in local Devonshire football, Exeter turned professional and were admitted to the Southern League in 1908, replacing Tottenham, who had been elected to the Football League...

STFC are currently projected to finish in 8th position in League Two this season, with approximately 73 points.


Division Two - Swindon Town vs. Brighton and Hove Albion: 23 Mar 1991

Garry Nelson enjoys his return to the County Ground - setting up one and scoring another, as Brighton's 3-1 win leaves financially stricken Swindon five points off the relegation zone.

International Friendly - Northern Ireland vs Poland: 23 Mar 1988

Future Town boss Danny Wilson nets for Northern Ireland - with current Town player Jimmy Quinn and future captain Alan McDonald also in the side.

Division Two - Swindon Town vs Peterborough United: 23 Mar 1996

Two early goals from Wayne Allison and Peter Thorne get the Town back to winning ways against Peterborough at the County Ground.

Division Two - Cambridge United vs. Swindon Town: 24 Aug 1991

The Town struggle in the clash of two footballing cultures - going down 3-2 at Cambridge.

Division Two - Burnley vs Swindon Town: 27 Nov 1971

Though the Town are struggling at the wrong end of the Second Division, they pull off a surprise at Turf Moor - after netting twice in the last five minutes of the first half, they concede only once during a second half onslaught from the hosts.

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Born on this day:


Harry KAY

1965 - Football League Division Two
Swindon Town 4, Northampton Town 2
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Division Two

Bristol City(0) 2
Swindon Town(0) 1

Ryan MCGIVERN became the 989th player to represent the Town in a League (not including playoff matches) match, when he made his debut in this competition against Cambridge United.

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

Luke NORRIS's next goal will be his 20th for the club.

Marc RICHARDS's next goal will be his 10th for the club.

Marc RICHARDS's next league goal will be his 10th for the club.

The game against Cambridge United was STFC's 4,054th match in the League (not including playoff matches), and the 1,515th match that the Town have won - th and the 140 match with a 3-1 scoreline. It was also the 458th occasion that Swindon have scored three goals in this competition. Swindon have now scored 5,829 League goals.

Swindon currently have an ELO score of 3,548.1 - based on ELO score rankings, Swindon are the 76th best team in the country at this time.



Central League South
Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Cheltenham Town Dev. (0) 0

Swindon Town Dev. (0) 0


Central League South

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Bristol Rovers Dev. (Home)



Youth Alliance Merit League One
Saturday, March 17, 2018

Swindon Town U18 (0) 1

Southend United U18 (2) 3


Youth Alliance Merit League One

Saturday, March 24, 2018

Milton Keynes Dons U18 (Home)

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


Premier League (Southern Division)
Sunday, March 11, 2018

Swindon Town LFC (0) 0

Gillingham LFC (3) 4


Premier League (Southern Division)

Sunday, March 25, 2018

West Ham United LFC (Home)

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

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Town Apps: 133
Goals: 2

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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