Swansea LFC

Formed in 2002, the team were members of the inaugural Welsh Premier Women's League in 2009/10 and came top of the Southern Conference, winning all six of their matches. In the 2016/2017 they lost the first game of the season in a thrilling 5–4 contest at home to Abergavenny. They then went on to remain unbeaten the whole season, winning the league comfortably, and crowned champions after a 4–0 win against Cyncoed. Setting the girls up for a return to Europe. The girls headed to Cluj, Romania, where they played Hibernian, Olimpia Cluj and Zhytlobud-2.

Returning home after Champions League, the women went on to secure second in the league after a tough campaign. They did win the FAW Cup, 2–1 with goals coming from Jodie Passmore and Katy Hosford to beat Cardiff City at the Cardiff City Stadium, bring the FAW cup home to Liberty Stadium in Swansea

As of 2023 Swansea City Ladies F.C became Swansea City AFC Women semi-professional team.

Head to Head

W  0
D  0
L  4
F  3
A  10

2023 onwards

2008 to 2023

  • 22/07/2018 Friendly Swansea LFC Home 1-2
  • 11/08/2019 Friendly Swansea LFC Away 1-3
  • 13/09/2020 Friendly Swansea City Home 1-2
  • 01/08/2021 Friendly Swansea City Home 0-3




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