2nd May 2014

As part of our new content on social media and the club website, today we bring you the latest edition of our weekly 'blast from the past' feature.

Every Friday, we provide supporters with the opportunity to reminisce over a classic match between the Swans and an upcoming opponent.

On Saturday, Garry Monk's side host Southampton in the final home game of the season.

Therefore, today we backtrack half a century to witness the Swans record a shock 6-0 victory over the Saints.

Swansea Town Vs Southampton - Vetch Field - March 3, 1964

The Swans upset the odds to record six of the best against promotion-chasers Southampton at the Vetch Field.

A sensational Herbie Williams hat-trick, plus goals from Roy Evans, Brayley Reynolds and Barrie Jones helped the 16th-placed Swans achieve an unlikely 6-0 victory over the Saints.

The sensational team performance helped the Swans secure Division Two survival as they finished outside of the drop zone by a single point.