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New Swansea City 2019 Kits

Swansea City AFC are a Welsh football Club formed in 1912 as Swansea Town, they play in the Football League. Swansea and arch-rivals Cardiff City are the only Welsh football clubs to have played at the highest level of English football. Swansea play their home games in the 20,280 all seater Liberty Stadium in Landore, Swansea, South Wales.

Not surprisingly the club nickname is The Swans and with the Swansea's home kit being white with black edging they can claim to be fittingly attired. The away strip is the reverse black with white edging, again apt for their name. The Swansea shirt graced the first division under John Toshack in 1983 the high point of the for the club in their history to date.

The club's highest ever honour includes the 2012-13 League Cup title where they beat Bradford City 5-0 in the final and they qualified for the UEFA Europa League which was their first ever European qualification in the club's existence.

Swansea City are a Premier league football club after gaining promotion to the league for the 2011-12 season. Swansea City went on a run of back to back promotions where they were playing in League Two in 2004 then switching to the Liberty Stadium in 2005. Nicknamed the 'Swans', Swansea City wear white home shirts and their away kit features a black and red halved design which are supplied by German brand adidas.

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