What is the capacity of the County Ground Swindon?

The County Ground/Capacity

The County Ground (currently known as The Energy Check County Ground for sponsorship purposes) is a stadium located near the town centre of Swindon, Wiltshire, England, and has been home to Swindon Town Football Club since 1896. The current capacity of 15,728, all-seated, has been at that level since the mid-1990s.

Has Swindon won FA Cup?

It was the ninth final and the third to be played at Wembley. It was contested between Arsenal and Swindon Town. The Football League Cup winners were given a place in the Fairs Cup, but only if they were in Division One….Match facts.

Arsenal 1–3 (a.e.t.) Swindon Town
Gould 86′ Report Smart 35′ Rogers 104′, 119′

Who are Swindon Town Rivals?

The fixture between Bristol Rovers and Swindon Town is a local football rivalry, sometimes referred to as a West Country derby or M4 Derby. The distance between Bristol to Swindon is just under 35 miles, and both clubs are situated in the South West region of England.

How much does it cost to buy Swindon Town?

AN American consortium has made a offer of more than £7million to buy Swindon Town Football Club, according to documents seen by the Swindon Advertiser. Able Company Swindon LLC, a US company, presented its final offer to purchase the club from owner Lee Power in a letter dated September 11.

What is the population of Swindon?

The population of Swindon Borough is 222,193 This is the 2019 mid-year estimate from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) which was released on 6th May 2020.

Is Swindon poor?

Swindon is less deprived than most English towns, but levels of under-privilege, compared to the rest of the country, have risen over the last four years.

How many season tickets have Swindon Town sold?

UPDATE | We have now sold 2,051 Season Tickets – thank you for your incredible support!

How big is the County Ground at Swindon Town?

The County Ground Stats Year Opened 1896 Capacity 15,728 Average Attendance 6,553 Record Attendance 32,000 (Swindon Town v Arsenal (1972)) Pitch Size 100 x 64 (6400)

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.

When did Swindon Town Cricket Club move to County Ground?

The County Ground has been Swindon Town Football Club’s home since 1896, the year it opened. It shares its’ name with the home of Swindon Cricket Club, though they are separate places. To add even more confusion to the mix, Swindon Town FC did actually play their home games at the cricket ground from 1893 until 1896.

Where does Swindon Town F.C play their home games?

County Ground is a purpose built football stadium located in the south-west city of Swindon. Owned by the local council dating back to 1896, the ground is used predominantly for the home matches of Swindon Town F.C who currently ply their trade in League One.