Where does Swindon Town football club play their home games?
Current season. Swindon Town Football Club is a professional football club based in Swindon, Wiltshire, England. The team currently competes in League Two, the fourth tier of the English football league system. The club has played home matches at the County Ground since 1896, which now boasts a capacity of 15,728.
When do Swindon Town supporters come back to the County Ground?
As you are aware, alongside the latest government and EFL advice, we can announce that we can welcome back 2,000 supporters to the County Ground from 12th December 2020.
Who is the chief executive of Swindon Town?
Swindon town can confirm that Chief Executive Steve Anderson has left the club. Following the latest government announcement Swindon has now been placed into Tier 3 from Boxing Day. We would like to thank you for your co-operation last weekend as we welcomed you back to the County Ground.
Why was Swindon Town relegated from the Second Division?
In his first season, Swindon were Second Division play-off winners, but the club later admitted 36 charges of breaching league rules, 35 due to illegal payments made to players, and were relegated to the Third Division — giving Sunderland promotion to the First Division and Tranmere Rovers to the Second Division.
Who is the owner of Swindon County Stadium?
The County Ground’s first ever stand was built thanks to a £300 donation from nearby Arkell Brewery, with the club naming a standing after the owner, Thomas Arkell, ever since. The stadium was built on land owned by Swindon Borough Council and the club pays rent to them every year rather than buying the ground for themselves.
How much does it cost to drive a bus in Swindon?
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