Tour of Portugal

 Thursday, July 20, 2017
 Bristol Rovers (0) 0, Swindon Town (0) 0
 



Friendly


Saturday, July 29, 2017
Woking (Away)

Swindon's record against Woking in all national competitions:

P W D L SR%
2 2 0 0 100%

   

FA Cup - Norwich City vs Swindon Town: 26 Jan 1991

The Town draw Norwich in a cup competition for the fifth time in four seasons - and despite Nestor Lorenzo's sending off midway through the first half, Steve White gives Swindon the lead at Carrow Road. But when Jon Gittens joins Lorenzo in an early bath for lashing out at Robert Fleck, Town's task becomes impossible - and after Dale Gordon equalises, Swindon hold out until the 85th minute, when goals from Henrik Mortensen and Fleck seal the Canaries' passage to the next round.

International Friendly - Sweden vs Norway: 5 Jun 1994

Jan Fjortoft appears for Norway in a 2-0 defeat to Sweden, in their preparation for the upcoming World Cup.

Division One - Swindon Town vs. Bury [Central]: 30 Jan 1999

Dean West scores "the own goal of the season" - equalising Adrian Littlejohn's second half strike with just three minutes to go,

League One - Wrexham vs. Swindon Town: 7 Aug 2004

Youngster Andy Caton comes off the bench to make his debut and score his first league goal, but it's just a consolation as the Town lose at the Racecourse Ground.

Division Two - Swindon Town vs. Peterborough United [highlights]: 27 Sep 2003

Just when it seems as though time is running out, goals from Sam Parkin and loanee James Milner give the Town a win over Peterborough.

Video Library

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1984
Lou Macari is appointed as the club's new player-manager, with Harry Gregg as his assistant.

Born on this day:

2013 - Tour of Portugal
Tottenham Hotspur Development 0, Swindon Town 5

     



Division Three (South)


Swindon Town1
Exeter City1

Scott TWINE and Jesse STARKEY became the 966th and 967th players to represent the Town in a League (not including playoff matches) match, when they made their debuts in this competition against Charlton Athletic.

The game against Charlton Athletic was STFC's 4,017th match in the League (not including playoff matches), and the 1,467th match that the Town have lost - nd and the 122 match with a 0-3 scoreline. It was also the 1,066th occasion that Swindon have failed to score in this competition. Swindon have now scored 5,771 League goals.

Swindon currently have an ELO score of 3,562.2 - based on ELO score rankings, Swindon are the 72nd best team in the country at this time.

       

LAST MATCH:



Central League South
Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Swindon Town Dev. (1) 2

Newport County Dev. (0) 1


NEXT MATCH:

No future matches scheduled.

 

LAST MATCH:



Friendlies
Saturday, July 15, 2017

Westbury United 1

Swindon Town U18 1


NEXT MATCH:

Friendlies

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Cirencester Town (Away)


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

LAST MATCH:



Premier League (Southern Division)
Sunday, May 14, 2017

Swindon Town LFC (0) 0

Queens Park Rangers LFC (1) 2


NEXT MATCH:

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Charlton Athletic WFC (Home)


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



Bill ATKINS
inside left
1959-1965
Town Apps: 79
Goals: 29

   
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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