9 Facts About Swansea City

1. Swansea City has three Grade One listed buildings, these being Swansea Castle, the Tabernacle Chapel, Morriston and the Swansea Guildhall.

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2. Swansea City expanded rapidly in the 18th and 19th centuries, and was termed "Copperopolis".

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3. Swansea City are prepared to bide their time again while West Ham attempt to build on that encouraging spell after conceding the second goal.

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4. Swansea City are set to name Graham Potter as manager after they agreed a compensation package with Swedish side Ostersunds, the Welsh club said.

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5. Swansea City have confirmed that academy coach Andrew Sparkes will join South African club Orlando Pirates as their first team goalkeeping coach.

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6. In 2011, Swansea City achieved promotion to the Premier League under Brendan Rodgers, becoming the first Welsh team to play in the division since its formation in 1992.

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7. On 9 December 2015, Swansea City announced that they had parted ways with manager Garry Monk after one win in eleven matches.

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8. Swansea City avoided relegation to the Football Conference on the last day of the season, at the expense of Exeter City, a club then vice-chaired by Mike Lewis.

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9. Swansea City represents England when playing in European competitions, although they have represented Wales in the past.

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