Swansea City A.F.C. Reserves

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Swansea City Under-21s
Swansea City AFC logo.svg
Full name Swansea City
Association Football Club Under-21s
Nickname(s) The Jacks
The Swans
Founded 1912; 103 years ago (1912)
(as Swansea Town Reserves)
Ground Landore Youth Academy, Swansea
Ground Capacity 500
Manager Dave Adams
League PDL 1 Division 2
2014–15 2nd (Champions)

Swansea City Association Football Club Under-21s are the most senior team of Swansea City's youth teams and are the club's former reserve team. From the 2015-16 season, they will play in Division 2 of the Professional Development League 1 and will also compete in the U21 Premier League Cup.[1] The Under-21s and Under-18s previously played in the Professional Development League 2 South Division. The Under-21s play the majority of their home games at Swansea City's Youth Academy in Landore, Swansea with occasional matches taking place at the Liberty Stadium.[2]

The Under-21 team is effectively Swansea City's second-string side, but is limited to three outfield players and one goalkeeper over the age of 21 per game following the introduction of new regulations from the 2012–13 season.[3]

The current manager of the Under-21s team is Dave Adams. Adams was appointed manager in July 2015 with former coach Chris Llewellyn taking the role of Under-15s coach.[4]

In 2015, the Under-21s won the 2014-15 Professional U21 Development League 2. In doing so, the under-21s became the first Swansea City Academy age-group to win an English national development trophy.[5]

Under-21s[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 22 July 2015.[6] Players listed in bold have made an appearance for the first team in a competitive fixture. Players in italics are still eligible for the Under-18s.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
30 Wales MF Josh Sheehan
31 Wales MF Lee Lucas
32 Wales DF Liam Shephard
34 Wales MF Henry Jones
35 Scotland DF Stephen Kingsley
36 Wales FW James Loveridge
38 Sweden MF Adnan Marić
42 Wales GK Oliver Davies
43 Wales MF Alex Bray
44 Wales MF Samuel Evans
45 Slovenia GK Gregor Zabret
47 Cyprus DF Alex Gogic
49 Republic of Ireland MF Tom Holland
No. Position Player
50 Wales FW Ryan Hedges
52 Wales DF Connor Roberts
54 Wales FW Alex Samuel
55 England DF Raheem Hanley
57 Wales DF Keston Davies
Australia FW James Demetriou
Wales DF Daniel Alfei
Wales FW Owain Jones
Wales MF Kyle Copp
Northern Ireland MF Stephen Fallon
Scotland FW Oliver McBurnie
Wales MF Daniel James
Wales DF Joe Rodon

Out on loan[edit]

As of 9 July 2015

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
46 Netherlands MF Kenji Gorré (at ADO Den Haag until June 2016[7])
53 Scotland MF Adam King (at Crewe Alexandra until 5 January 2016[8])

Swansea City Reserve / Under-21 Team Honours[edit]

Professional U21 Development League 2

For a list of what the club's second string has achieved please follow the link below.

Swansea City Reserves / Under-21s - A Timeline[edit]

  • 1912: A team is formed to play in the Welsh Football League.
  • 1919: A second reserve team is added to the Western League First Division.
  • 1921: The Western League team is elected into the Southern League Welsh Section.
  • 1923: The Southern League Welsh Section is renamed the Western Section.
  • 1925: The reserves leave the Southern League.
  • 1926: But a second team is restored following election to the London Combination.
  • 1930: The London Combination is split into two leagues; the Swans were placed in Division 1.
  • 1933: A single division London Combination is restored.
  • 1946: Following the War the Combination is renamed the Football Combination and split into two leagues; the Swans were placed in Section B.
  • 1948: The team is moved into Section A.
  • 1952: Section A & B are renamed Division 1 and 2, with the Swans placed in the former.
  • 1955: A single division Football Combination is restored.
  • 1958: Reverted to two divisions; the Swans were placed in Division 1.
  • 1960: The Swans are relegated for the first time in the Combination to Division 2.
  • 1961: Left the Combination after a Saturday and Midweek Section were introduced.
  • 1964: The top-flight of the Welsh League is renamed the Premier Division.
  • 1966: The two division system was restored in 1963 and the Swans were back in Division 2 three years later.
  • 1968: A single division Football Combination is restored.
  • 1974: The team withdrew from the Combination after the season had started.
  • 1983: But they were back nine years later to play in a single division league.
  • 1986: The team decided not to enter a team after the 1985/86 campaign ended.
  • 1992: Returned to play in Division 2.
  • 1996: A single division Football Combination is restored.
  • 1997: The team decided not to enter a team after the 1996/97 campaign ended.
  • 1999: Returned to play in a five-team Second Division - consisting of Cardiff, Exeter, Plymouth & Torquay.
  • 2000: The first-team won promotion to Division 2 and the reserve team was withdrawn.
  • 2003: The regional Wales & West Division was formed and this is where the Swans competed from 2003 up until and including the 2010-11 season.
  • 2011: Club competed in the Premier Reserve League for the first time. They were placed in the Southern Section.
  • 2012: Reserve team replaced by an 'Under-21 team' and competed in the inaugural season of the Professional Development League. They were placed in the Professional Development League 2 South.
  • 2015: Under-21s win the Professional Development League 2 with a 3-2 victory over Huddersfield Town Under-21s.
  • 2015: Announced that the club will play Professional Development League 1 fixtures at both U21 and U18 level from 2015-16.

Reserve / Under-21 Team League History[edit]

Prior to the 2012–13 season, Swansea City's second-string side were a reserve team who had mainly appeared in the Welsh Football League and the English Football Combination.[9][10] The Reserves also had some short stints in the Western League (1919–21) and the Southern League (1921–25).[11][12] Following Swansea City's promotion to the Premier League in 2011, Swansea's reserve team were invited to play in the 2011-12 Premier Reserve League. They finished 7th in what would turn out to be their last season as a 'reserve team'.[13]

The historical venue for Swansea City's reserve matches was the Vetch Field. Following the Vetch Field's closure at the end of the 2004/05 season, Swansea City's second string have played at numerous temporary homes. This has included St. Helen's Rugby and Cricket Ground (2005/06), Port Talbot Town F.C.'s Victoria Road (Port Talbot) (2006–09, 2010/11), The Gnoll in Neath (2009/10), Parc y Scarlets in Llanelli (2011–12). Swansea City's home venue for their first season as an Under-21 team was Llanelli A.F.C.'s Stebonheath Park.[14]

Season Combination[10] Welsh League[9] Southern League[12] Western League[11] Premier Reserve League[13] Professional Development League[15]
1912/13 1 / 12 Division 1)
1913/14 2 / 10 (Division 1)
1914/15 5 / 9 (Division 1)
1915–1919 World War 1
1919/20 4 / 16 (Division 1) 2 / 10 (Division 1)
1920/21 3 / 22 (Division 1) 4 / 16 (Division 1)
1921/22 10 / 21 (Division 1) 6 / 9 (Welsh Section)
1922/23 2 / 21 (Division 1) 3 / 11 (Welsh Section)
1923/24 2 / 16 (Division 1) 6 / 18 (Western Division)
1924/25 1 / 17 (Division 1) 1 / 20 (Western Division)
1925/26 1 / 15 (Division 1)
1926/27 7 / 22 (London Combination) 2 / 13 (Division 1)
1927/28 14 / 22 (London Combination) 5 / 13 (Division 1)
1928/29 16 / 22 (London Combination) 4 / 11 (Division 1)
1929/30 5 / 22 (London Combination) 3 / 11 (Division 1)
1930/31 16 / 22 (London Combination Div 1) 4 / 11 (Division 1)
1931/32 20 / 22 (London Combination Div 1) 3 / 11 (Division 1)
1932/33 5 / 24 (London Combination Div 1) 2 / 12 (Division 1)
1933/34 16 / 24 (London Combination) 1 / 13 (Division 1)
1934/35 13 / 24 (London Combination) 1 / 13 (Division 1)
1935/36 6 / 24 (London Combination) 1 / 17 (Division 1)
1936/37 20 / 24 (London Combination) 3 / 17 (Division 1)
1937/38 18 / 24 (London Combination) 3 / 17 (Division 1)
1938/39 15 / 24 (London Combination) 6 / 17 (Division 1)
1939–1945 World War 2
1945/46 No competition 7 / 19 (Division 1)
1946/47 8 / 16 (Section B) 14 / 20 (Division 1)
1947/48 11 / 16 (Section B) 14 / 20 (Division 1)
1948/49 3 / 16 (Section A) 11 / 19 (Division 1)
1949/50 5 / 16 (Section A) 9 / 20 (Division 1)
1950/51 3 / 16 (Section A) 11 / 20 (Division 1)
1951/52 11 / 16 (Section A) 13 / 19 (Division 1)
1952/53 5 / 16 (Division 2) 3 / 20 (Division 1)
1953/54 9 / 16 (Division 2) 8 / 20 (Division 1)
1954/55 1 / 16 (Division 2) 11 / 20 (Division 1)
1955/56 23 / 32 (Combination) 10 / 20 (Division 1)
1956/57 30 / 32 (Combination) 12 / 20 (Division 1)
1957/58 18 / 32 (Combination) 6 / 20 (Division 1)
1958/59 14 / 18 (Division 1) 3 / 19 (Division 1)
1959/60 16 / 18 (Division 1) 5 / 20 (Division 1)
1960/61 1 / 20 (Division 2) 7 / 20 (Division 1)
1961/62 Did not enter 1 / 20 (Division 1)
1962/63 Did not enter 1 / 20 (Division 1)
1963/64 Did not enter 1 / 18 (Division 1)
1964/65 Did not enter 1 / 16 (Premier Division)
1965/66 Did not enter 3 / 16 (Premier Division)
1966/67 13 / 13 (Division 2) 4 / 16 (Premier Division)
1967/68 5 / 11 (Division 2) 4 / 18 (Premier Division)
1968/69 21 / 26 (Combination) 8 / 18 (Premier Division)
1969/70 11 / 26 (Combination) 5 / 18 (Premier Division)
1970/71 3 / 22 (Combination) 11 / 18 (Premier Division)
1971/72 15 / 21 (Combination) 12 / 18 (Premier Division)
1972/73 18 / 21 (Combination) 11 / 18 (Premier Division)
1973/74 20 / 22 (Combination) 12 / 18 (Premier Division)
1974/75 Withdrew after starting 11 / 18 (Premier Division)
1975/76 Did not enter 1 / 18 (Premier Division)
1976/77 Did not enter 8 / 18 (Premier Division)
1977/78 Did not enter 10 / 18 (Premier Division)
1978/79 Did not enter 6 / 18 (Premier Division)
1979/80 Did not enter 5 / 18 (Premier Division)
1980/81 Did not enter 7 / 18 (Premier Division)
1981/82 Did not enter
1982/83 Did not enter
1983/84 16 / 22 (Combination)
1984/85 14 / 22 (Combination)
1985/86 22 / 22 (Combination)
1986/87 Did not enter
1987/88 Did not enter
1988/89 Did not enter
1989/90 Did not enter
1990/91 Did not enter
1991/92 Did not enter
1992/93 2 / 10 (Division 2)
1993/94 3 / 10 (Division 2)
1994/95 1 / 11 (Division 2)
1995/96 2 / 9 (Division 2)
1996/97 13 / 23 (Combination)
1997/98 Did not enter
1998/99 Did not enter
1999/00 4 / 5 (Division 2)
2000/01 Did not enter
2001/02 Did not enter
2002/03 Did not enter
2003/04 7 / 10 (Wales & West Division)
2004/05 8 / 9 (Wales & West Division)
2005/06 9 / 9 (Wales & West Division)
2006/07 9 / 10 (Wales & West Division)
2007/08 6 / 10 (Wales & West Division)
2008/09 6 / 10 (Wales & West Division)
2009/10 2 / 10 (Wales & West Division)
2010/11 2 / 7 (Wales & West Division
2011/12 7 / 8 (South)
2012/13 8 / 11 (League 2 South)
2013/14 8 / 10 (League 2 South)
2014/15 2 / 10 (League 2 South)

Swansea City Academy[edit]

Swansea City Academy is the youth development system of Premier League team Swansea City. It fields an under-18s team in the South Division of the Professional Development League 1 and the FA Youth Cup. The academy also fields an under-19s team in the FAW Welsh Youth Cup.

The team train and play matches at the Youth Academy in Landore, Swansea and at the senior side's training base in Fairwood, Swansea. Nigel Rees is the current Head of Academy, with Cameron Toshack and Gary Richards taking charge of the under-18s team.[16]

The Academy is working towards securing full Category One academy status by the end of 2015.[1]

Swans Academy – Official Swansea City academy site

Under-18 squad[edit]

As of 22 July 2015.[17] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Wales GK Lewis Thomas[18]
Republic of Ireland GK Ross Treacy[19]
Wales DF Aaron Lewis[18]
Wales DF Ben Jones[18]
Northern Ireland DF Connor Quigley[20]
Wales DF Daniel Jeffries[19]
England DF Ben Morgan[19]
Wales MF Tom Dyson[18]
Wales MF Jack Evans[18]
No. Position Player
Wales MF Mael Davies[19]
Portugal MF Causso Darame[19]
Wales MF Kieran Evans[19]
Wales MF Jordan Jones[19]
Wales FW Liam Edwards[19]
Wales FW Sean Hanbury[19]
Wales FW Liam Cullen[19]
Wales FW Brandon Griffiths[18]

Academy Honours[edit]

FAW Welsh Youth Cup

  • Winners:
    • 1999, 2003, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Runners-Up:
    • 1990, 1991, 1994, 1996, 2004, 2009

Notable Academy Graduates[edit]

The following players have all progressed through the youth ranks at Swansea City and have either made at least one appearance for the first team in professional competition, have gone on to play professionally or have represented their national team. Players in bold are still contracted to the club.

2010s[edit]

Player DOB Position Professional Debut Appearances Goals Current Club
Wales Liam Shephard 22 November 1994 Defender 20 January 2015 (League One with Yeovil Town)[21] Ongoing Ongoing Swansea City
Wales Scott Tancock 29 December 1993 Defender 27 September 2014 (League Two with Newport County)[22] 0 0 Free Agent
Wales Dan Hanford 6 March 1991 Goalkeeper 27 September 2014 (League Two with Carlisle United)[23] 0 0 Carlisle United
Wales Alex Bray 25 July 1995 Winger 6 September 2014 (League Two with Plymouth Argyle)[24] Ongoing Ongoing Swansea City
Antigua and Barbuda Connor Peters 21 June 1996 Defender 3 September 2014 (2014 Caribbean Cup qualification with Antigua and Barbuda)[25] 0 0 Dagenham and Redbridge and Antigua and Barbuda
Wales Josh Sheehan 30 March 1995 Midfielder 26 August 2014 (vs Rotherham United)[26] Ongoing Ongoing Swansea City
Wales James Loveridge 16 May 1994 Forward 22 March 2014 (League One with MK Dons)[27] Ongoing Ongoing Swansea City
Wales Gwion Edwards 1 March 1993 Winger 2 February 2013 (Scottish Premier League with St. Johnstone)[28] 0 0 Crawley Town
Wales Emyr Huws 30 September 1993 Midfielder 13 October 2012 (League Two with Northampton Town)[29] 0 0 Wigan Athletic and Wales
Wales Ben Davies 24 April 1993 Defender 25 August 2012 (vs West Ham)[30] 85 3 Tottenham Hotspur and Wales
England Jack King 20 August 1985 Midfielder 18 August 2012 (League One with Preston North End)[31] 0 0 Scunthorpe United
Wales Lee Lucas 10 June 1992 Midfielder 7 May 2011 (vs Sheffield United)[32] Ongoing Ongoing Swansea City
Wales Daniel Alfei 23 February 1992 Defender 8 January 2011 (vs Colchester United)[33] Ongoing Ongoing Swansea City
Wales Joe Walsh 13 May 1992 Defender 10 August 2010 (vs Barnet)[34] 2 0 MK Dons

2000s[edit]

Player DOB Position Professional Debut Appearances Goals Current Club
Wales David Cornell 28 March 1991 Goalkeeper 25 August 2009 (vs Scunthorpe United)[35] 1 0 Oldham Athletic
Wales Jazz Richards 12 April 1991 Defender 15 August 2009 (vs Middlesbrough)[36] 51 0 Fulham and Wales
Wales Casey Thomas 12 April 1990 Forward 15 August 2009 (vs Middlesbrough)[37] 2 0 Moreland City FC
Wales Kerry Morgan 31 October 1988 Winger 11 August 2009 (vs Brighton & Hove Albion)[38] 6 0 Merthyr Town
Wales Marley Watkins 17 October 1990 Winger 8 August 2008 (League One with Cheltenham Town)[39] 0 0 Barnsley
Wales Kyle Letheren 26 December 1987 Goalkeeper 5 January 2008 (FA Cup with Barnsley)[40] 0 0 Blackpool
Wales Joe Allen 14 March 1990 Midfielder 5 May 2007 (vs Blackpool)[41] 150 7 Liverpool and Wales
Wales Chris Jones 12 September 1989 Forward 17 October 2006 (vs Walsall)[42] 7 0 Port Talbot Town
Wales Chad Bond 20 April 1987 Forward 22 November 2005 (vs Rushden & Diamonds)[43] 3 0 Tulsa Roughnecks
Wales Shaun MacDonald 17 June 1988 Midfielder 23 August 2004 (vs Reading)[44] 40 2 Bournemouth and Wales
Wales Jamie Rewbury 15 February 1986 Defender 10 April 2004 (vs Lincoln City)[45] 2 0 Merthyr Town
Wales Mark Pritchard 23 November 1985 Forward 21 October 2003 (vs Cambridge United)[46] 7 1 Free Agent
England Antonio Corbisiero 17 November 1984 Midfielder 30 August 2003 (vs Mansfield Town)[47] 5 0 Aberystwyth Town
Wales Stuart Jones 14 March 1984 Defender 22 October 2002 (vs Stevenage Borough)[48] 38 0 Aberystwyth Town
Wales Craig Draper 4 December 1982 Midfielder 9 October 2001 (vs Rochdale)[49] 2 0 Retired
Wales Richard Duffy 30 August 1985 Defender 8 December 2001 (vs Macclesfield Town)[50] 29 1 Port Vale
Wales Chris Todd 22 August 1981 Defender 10 March 2001 (vs Northampton Town)[51] 46 4 Eastleigh
Wales Alex Davies 2 November 1982 Goalkeeper 10 March 2001 (vs Bury)[52] 1 0 Retired
Wales Carl Mounty 11 December 1981 Goalkeeper 14 February 2001 (vs Brentford)[53] 1 0 Retired
Wales Bari Morgan 13 August 1980 Midfielder 9 September 2000 (vs Brentford)[54] 5 0 Aberystwyth Town
England Michael Keegan 12 May 1981 Midfielder 22 August 2000 (vs West Bromwich Albion)[55] 11 0 Retired

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