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Swans Championship Fixtures Revealed

edited June 16 in Swansea City

Swansea City have had their fixture dates confirmed for the Championship restart, including a live Sky game at Millwall on Tuesday, June 30 at 5pm.

Steve Cooper’s men will renew their play-off push behind-closed-doors at Middlesbrough on Saturday, June 20 (3pm), with Luton arriving at the Liberty Stadium the following Saturday, June 27 (3pm).

Fixtures remain in the same order pre-Coronavirus lockdown, although the Swans will have to travel away four times in midweek to Birmingham, Nottingham Forest and Millwall, before ending the regular season at Reading on Wednesday, July 22 (ko tbc).

Sky Sports have not yet confirmed live fixtures for July, so dates are subject to change.


Full fixtures

Middlesbrough v Swansea City – Saturday, June 20 (3pm)

Swansea City v Luton Town – Saturday, June 27 (3pm)

Millwall v Swansea City – Tuesday, June 30 (5pm) Live on Sky

Swansea City v Sheffield Wednesday – Saturday, July 4 (3pm)

Birmingham City v Swansea City – Tuesday, July 7 (7.45pm)

Swansea City v Leeds United – Saturday, July 11 (3pm)

Nottingham Forest v Swansea City – Tuesday, July 14 (7.45pm)

Swansea City v Bristol City – Saturday, July 18 (3pm)

Reading v Swansea City – Wednesday, July 22 (tbc)


  • Thats a pretty intense schedule. One of the suspicions of the Bundesliga return is that some clubs performance levels are highly inconsistent due to the incessant run of games to fit all the fixtures into a tight schedule. I suspect that fatigue will come to play a part, particularly for clubs with smaller squads. It will be interesting to see if certain clubs target certain games.  
  • We have enough players to cope with so many games in such a short time scale  , apart from Mike Van De Hoorn everyone  should be fit to go 
  • Looking forward  to see Cooper and his substitutions , can't  wait to see all 5 come on together , that would surely baffle the  opposition   

    Hopefully Jack Evans may feature  before the end of the season  
  • The Swans game at Middlesbrough will now kick-off at 12:30pm on 20 June.

    The change is due to logistical reasons.  Perhaps the Swans are flying up?

  • Home every Saturday and travelling every Tuesday at least they are evening games, hopefully they will be allowed hotel stays the night before. Cardiff have it the other way round but have the extra day to travel and not as far, Leeds have an excellent run with games better spaced and less travel, Bristol have a pig of a run so I think they will blow it, Preston, Notts Forest, Derby all having derbies.  Never know, no injuries and a Summer run like last August and we could just make the play offs   Brentford, Fulham, Notts and Swans for the play offs 
  • edited June 12
    More changes to the Swans remaining fixtures...

    A number of Swansea City’s remaining Championship fixtures have new dates and times, with two selected for live coverage.

    Sky Sports have chosen the Swans’ trip to Millwall and home clash with Sheffield Wednesday for live broadcast.

    It means Steve Cooper takes his team to The Den on Tuesday, June 30 with a 5pm kick off.

    Later that week the Sky cameras head to the Liberty as former captain and manager Garry Monk returns to SA1 with the Owls in a game that kicks off at 12pm on Sunday, July 5.

    As a result, the following match at Birmingham City moves back a day to Wednesday, July 8 (6pm kick off).

    Due to Leeds’ live game with Stoke the following day, the Liberty clash with the Whites will now take place on Sunday, July 12 (3pm).

    The movement of that game means the trip to The City Ground to face Nottingham Forest is knocked back a day to Wednesday, July 15 (6pm).

    The Swans then host Bristol City in the final regular league fixture of the campaign at the Liberty  on Saturday, July 18 (3pm), before the final-day clash at Reading on Wednesday, July 22 (kick-off to be confirmed).

    This follows on from two changes to the fixture schedule that were announced in the past few days, with the trip to Middlesbrough on Saturday, June 20 and home clash with Luton Town the following Saturday both kicking off at 12.30pm.

    The EFL have also confirmed the Championship play-off semi-final first and second legs will be played on Saturday, July 25 and Wednesday, July 29, while the final will be hosted on Sunday, August 2.

    Original article on Swans OS -

  • It will be interesting to see how Cooper lines up. I particularly hope the Ayew right wing debacle is over and he picks Kalulu out there (he seemed to be coming into form/favour before COVID). Also be interesting to see if Celina comes back refreshed. He was truly a shadow of himself for most of this season. 
    I would (personally) go with 
    Roberts Rodon Cabango Naughton
    Kalulu Grimes Gallagher Celina Ayew

    Lots of subs to be made - but may as well be hung for a sheep as a lamb and get after the Boro!! COYS
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