Fans of the only Welsh club in the English Premier League will be pleased to know that there are Swansea City apps available for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Swansea City Association Football Club are based in Swansea, Wales and one of the most successful clubs in Welsh football. Winning 10 Welsh Cups and led the English Football League First Division in December 1981, before finishing the season in 6th position. Swansea hold the distinction as the first and currently only Welsh football club, to play in the English Premier League.
Swansea City and its supporters are unofficially known as ‘Jacks’. One explanation for this name is that during the 17th century, sailors from Swansea were respected and any ‘Swansea Jack’ was allowed to join the crew based simply on the town’s reputation for good sailors. Many, however, believe that the name originates from the renowned life-saving dog Swansea Jack. The area around Swansea traditionally had been a rugby union area, and despite previous attempts by a football club named Swansea Villa, there were no notable football clubs until the establishment of Swansea Town AFC in the summer of 1912.
Swansea City A.F.C. was founded in 1912 as Swansea Town and joined The Football League in 1921. The club changed their name in 1969, when it adopted the name Swansea City to reflect Swansea’s new status as a city. Since 2005, Swansea City have played their home games at the Liberty Stadium, a ground they share with the Ospreys Rugby Union Club. Before 2005, the club’s home ground was Vetch Field. We thought it would be a good idea to let fans in on some great Swansea City apps that supporters can enjoy.
Swansea City Total News HD by BAI contains all the latest news, gossip, results teams line-ups, match stats and live scores. Supporters will be able to access live scores of currently playing matches (when available) with live text commentary. View a full results list, top scorers and league table with head-to-head comparisons for current matches. Chat with other fans home and away using the live chat room feature and get all the latest news with Twitter feed and news ticker. This easy to use application is available to download through the iTunes App Store for £0.69
Swansea Soccer Diary by SpringApp Technologies Inc is the ideal app for fans to get all the news they require. Find out scores, fixtures and team lineups with great historic information. Obtain details on the story of all the clubs managers along with where and when the team was founded. Find out how many goals Ivor Allchurch scored, when Swansea reached the FA Cup Semi-Final and the team’s highest score. For £2.99/$4.99 at the App Store, this application will let fans keep up with everything going on at their team.
Football Fans – Swansea by Brighthouse Labs is another informative app for fans who want to know exactly what is happening with Swansea. Keep up with all the latest scores, standings and statistics with loads of great team information. Watch the latest Swansea highlights and interviews as they are posted with the included video updates. Fans will also get the opportunity to chat with other Swansea fans using the built in chat feature. Available at the App Store for £2.49/$3.99 fans will have all recent information in the palm of their hand.
Swansea ‘+’ Fanchants & Football Songs by iAppMaker.com is a fun app for fans to get hold of great fan chants and football songs related to Swansea City. Listen to real chants by real fans and use them as a ringtone or an alarm. Play anthems including Cardiff City Is Falling Down, Come On City, Falling In Love With You, Land Of Our Fathers, Same Old English, Swansea ‘Til I Die, We Hate Cardiff, Wembley, You’re Not Famous Any More and many others for £1.49/$1.99 at the App Store.
Easy to use applications are a great way for Swansea City fans to get all they need to show their support. How do you feel Swansea City will do in their first season in the Premiership? Whether it’s the latest news and results or team history and songs fans will be able to access all this with useful apps.
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