COMPETITION TUESDAY: Win home goalkeeper kit
29th April 2014
It's Tuesday Competition time - and this week's giveaway is a goalkeeper special!
We have a full home goalkeeper's kit (size up to small adult) and a pair of junior keeper gloves up for grabs in the latest competition.
All we want to know is, how many clean sheets has Michel Vorm kept for the Swans in all competitions (Barclays Premier League, Europa League, FA Cup, Capital One Cup) this season?
You can enter via:
Email:email@example.com with 'Swans Keeper Comp' in the subject bar.
Twitter to @SwansOfficial using the hashtag #SwansKeeperComp
Facebook to http://www.facebook.com/SwanseaCityFC using the hashtag #SwansKeeperComp
The deadline for entries is at 8am on Monday, May 5. One entry per person. Winner will be chosen at random.
The winner of last week's "Back To School" kit was Wil Lewis, from Oxted in Surrey.
He came out on top of a strong field of entries when we asked Junior Jacks why supporting the Swans means so much to them.
Wil, who was born in Surrey, submitted this winning entry: "Supporting the Swans is so special to me because no-one else at my school supports them. I live in Surrey and go to school in Kent and all of my friends support Chelsea, Crystal Palace or Arsenal but I am the only one who supports the Swans. I love my club because we are a proper club that plays great football."
The ten-year-old, who has followed the Swans since the age of three, is pictured wearing the Leon Britton away shirt he got for Christmas.
Wil's dad Ceri said: "Despite his mother and sisters supporting Arsenal, Wil supports the Swans along with myself while his Uncle Robert (Lewis) is a season ticket holder in the East Stand.
"I actually grew up in Manchester, but my parents are from Pontardawe, and I followed the Swans around the north of England as they rose through the divisions. Now Wil is a massive Swans fan - his first game was when we beat Nottingham Forest 3-1 at the Liberty in August 2008 while this season we saw the Swans win 2-0 at Crystal Palace in September.
"His bedroom is a shrine to the Swans and he wears his various shirts everywhere. In fact, his favourite possession is his signed Swans shirt from Alan Tate when we bumped into him in Tesco in Pontardawe at the beginning of last season!
"I came round the corner and Wil was visibly shaking as he could see one of his heroes pushing his trolley down the aisle.
"And now he has won the competition, he will proudly take his Swans 'back to school' kit to class."