Who are Swansea City rivals?
The South Wales derby is a local derby between Welsh association football clubs Cardiff City and Swansea City. The fixture has been described by The Independent as one of the fiercest rivalries in British football.
What is Swansea mascot called?
Cyril the Swan
Cyril the Swan is a fictional giant swan, the official mascot of Swansea City A.F.C.
Why did Swansea change their logo?
The club released on social media today that they would be commemorating the achievements by Toshack and co. with a commemorative change of logo. We are excited to reveal a new club crest for the 2021-22 campaign, which is inspired by the 40th anniversary of the Swans’ first-ever promotion to the top-flight in 1981.
Did Swansea get a new badge?
Swansea City are to wear a new badge in 2021-22 to mark the 40th anniversary of their first top-flight campaign. Swansea finished sixth – the best final league position in their history – under John Toshack in the old First Division in 1981-82.
When did Swansea town become Swansea City?
The club was founded in 1912 as Swansea Town, and were elected to The Football League for the 1920–21 season. The club changed their name in 1969, when it adopted the name Swansea City to reflect Swansea’s new status as a city.
How old do you have to be to be a football mascot?
Premier League & Championship Clubs With Free Child Mascots
|Arsenal||4-11||For junior members only + 4 match tickets & club vouchers|
|Chelsea||6-12||For junior members only|
|Fulham||5-12||For junior members only, does not unclude kit or tickets|
|Huddersfield Town||5-12||For junior members only, inlcudes 2 tickets but no kit|
Why is Swansea in the English league?
This was because, at that time, there was no specific Welsh League and both English and Welsh clubs played together in regional leagues because there were much better transport links between South Wales and England than between North Wales and South Wales.
Does Big Cat own Swansea?
Big Cat on Twitter: “Sure do. Official minority owner of Swansea.
How do I get a Swansea City mascot?
Become a Mascot Swansea City is delighted to re-introduce its mascot packages for the 2021-22 season. The ultimate treat for any young Swans fan aged between six and 12, our mascot package delivers a truly once in a lifetime experience. Our mascot experience for the new campaign is available to book online HERE.
How do I book a Swans mascot experience?
Our mascot experience for the new campaign is available to book online HERE. Mascots will receive a replica home Swans kit and four match tickets (including the mascots ticket), with access to our Swans Club hospitality lounge.
What is the cost of the mascot package?
The mascot package is available to 6-12 year olds. The package costs £179 for Junior Jack members and £199 for non-members. A discount code will be emailed to all Junior Jack members so if you have not received, please contact us on 01792 616628.
What happens at a pre-match mascot event?
Pre-match the mascot will receive a children’s meal before putting on their complimentary replica kit, and heading down pitch side where they will have pictures taken before going on their own lap of honour. And to complete a perfect day, you’ll also get the chance to take a half-time penalty on the pitch against mascot Cyril the Swan.