Friendlies

 Wednesday, July 18, 2018
 SL Benfica (2) 5, Swindon Town (0) 0
 



Friendly


Friday, July 27, 2018
Swindon Supermarine (Away)


No matches played against Swindon Supermarine in any major competition.

Swindon's second football team, Swindon Supermarine were formed in 1992 as a merger of the old Supermarine side that evolved from the Vickers Armstrong works team (makers of the famous aircraft) and Swindon Athletic, who were known as Penhill for all but the final three years of their existence...

   

Division One - Swindon Town vs. Barnsley: 16 Nov 1996

Three goals in fifteen second half minutes, including a rare header from Mark Walters and a great strike by Ty Gooden, hands Swindon a 3-0 win over Barnsley.

League One - Swindon Town vs. Luton Town [BBC Points West]: 18 Aug 2007

Craig Easton's late goal gives the Town victory over Luton.

Division Two - Notts County vs. Swindon Town: 28 Oct 1995

Backed by a persistently noisy travelling support (my hands were white from clapping to the tune of "Steve McMahon's Barmy Army" by the end of the game), two goals from Shaun Taylor and a Paul Bodin strike give the Town victory at Meadow Lane.

Division Two - Swindon Town vs Barnsley: 14 Jan 1989

Eager to get vouchers for the West Ham cup tie, over 10,000 people turn up at the County Ground..... but they are only treated to a bore draw with Barnsley.

League Two - Barnet vs. Swindon Town [highlights]: 20 Feb 2007

Ollie Allen scores early on, and it's enough to sink Swindon at Barnet.

Video Library

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1994
Mark Robinson is the club's new record signing, joining from Newcastle United for £600,000.

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1991 - Friendly
Reading 0, Swindon Town 7
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Division Three (South)


Bristol Rovers(1) 2
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.

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).



Tommy BOLLAND
outside left
1909-1921
Town Apps: 190
Goals: 15

   
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