EFL League One

 Saturday, February 18, 2017
 Swindon Town (0) 0, Oldham Athletic (0) 0
 



EFL League One


Saturday, February 25, 2017
Coventry City (Away)

Swindon's league record against Coventry City:

P W D L SR%
53 17 15 21 46%

Swindon and Coventry met in the final of one of the least-known competitions in 1935, when they both reached the Division Three (South) Cup final - an early forerunner of today's Football League Trophy competition...



STFC are currently projected to finish in 22nd position in League One this season, with approximately 44 points.

   

Division Four - Swindon Town vs Rochdale: 23 Feb 1985

Despite the reported financial problems off the pitch, the Town record their seventh home win on the trot against Rochdale.

Simod Cup - Swindon Town vs Norwich City: 23 Feb 1988

The Town knock First Division Norwich out of the Simod Cup, to add to their victory over the Canaries in the FA Cup the previous month - an own goal by Shaun Elliott and a Steve Foley volley seeing Swindon through to the Semi Finals.

League One - Swindon Town vs. Stockport County [clips]: 23 Feb 2010

Swindon make it nine wins and a draw from their last ten home games, with an easy 4-1 win over Stockport.

Division One - Swindon Town vs Tranmere Rovers: 23 Feb 1993

Two goals from David Mitchell give the Town victory over promotion rivals Tranmere - who are not pleased after the initial game is abandoned due to floodlight failure with them leading 2-1.

League One - Swindon Town vs. Port Vale: 23 Feb 2005

The Trust's Red Army Fund funds the signing of striker Michael Proctor on loan - and the new boy nets a winning goal against Port Vale, which puts the Town on the fringes of the play-off spots.

Video Library

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

2011
Mark SCOTT leaves the club to join Didcot Town on loan.

Born on this day:

1875 - Arthur CAPES

1962 - Football League Division Three
Swindon Town 5, Brentford 2
view match report

     



Division Three (South)


Shrewsbury Town(4) 7
Swindon Town(0) 3

James BROPHY has now made 50 league appearances for Swindon.

The game against Oldham Athletic was STFC's 4,004th match in the League (not including playoff matches), and the 1,052nd match that the Town have drawn - st and the 301 match with a 0-0 scoreline. It was also the 1,062nd occasion that Swindon have failed to score in this competition. Swindon have now scored 5,756 League goals.

Swindon currently have an ELO score of 3,559.9 - based on ELO score rankings, Swindon are the 73rd best team in the country at this time.

       

LAST MATCH:



Central League South
Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Swindon Town Dev. (2) 6

AFC Bournemouth Dev. (0) 1


NEXT MATCH:

Central League South

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Exeter City Dev. (Home)


 

LAST MATCH:



Youth Alliance Conference
Saturday, January 28, 2017

Swindon Town U18 (3) 3

Portsmouth U18 (0) 2


NEXT MATCH:

Youth Alliance Merit League One

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Exeter City U18 (Home)


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

LAST MATCH:



Premier League (Southern Division)
Sunday, January 29, 2017

Lewes LFC 3

Swindon Town LFC 1


NEXT MATCH:

Premier League (Southern Division)

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Cardiff City LFC (Away)


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



Herbie WEBSTER
goalkeeper
1929-1931
Town Apps: 8
Goals: 0

   
Vic Morgan: Dazed and confused  
Former BBC Wiltshire match commentator Vic Morgan writes his weekly blog… How can it be? How can Swindon Town be so close to dropping back into football’s basement? When we climbed out of the cellar five short years ago, it was hoped we’d not be in danger of dropping back down again. Sadly that fear is now all too real. The  

Vic Morgan: We’re Owed One…  
Former BBC Wiltshire match commentator Vic Morgan writes his weekly blog… Now we know! This season is a monumental struggle against relegation. To be fair we’ve known that for some time, but with our team apparently struggling to be in front, or behind, the bottom four looms. I’m not sure how we’re not in the League One basement now, it’s reassuring  

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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.

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