9 Facts About Swansea

1. The most populated areas of Swansea are Morriston, Sketty and the city centre.

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2. In the same year, the town of Swansea was incorporated.

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3. Since then Swansea have gone on to win the League Cup once, the Football League Trophy twice and the Welsh Cup a further nine times.

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4. That same season, Swansea won the Football League Trophy for the first time since 1994, and the FAW Premier Cup for a second successive year.

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5. Carlos Carvalhal insists Swansea must fight for their "0.01 percent chance" of trying to remain a Premier League club.

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6. In 1935 Swansea became the first club side to beat the All Blacks.

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7. In 1996, Swansea became one of 22 unitary authorities with the addition of part of the former Lliw Valley Borough.

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8. In 1969 Swansea was granted city status to mark Prince Charles's investiture as the Prince of Wales.

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9. From the early 1700s to the late 1800s, Swansea was the world's leading copper-smelting area.

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