'Cup tie is important for us'

27th February
First team

Kristoffer Nordfeldt has highlighted the importance of Swansea City’s Emirates FA Cup fifth-round replay against Sheffield Wednesday tonight (8.05pm).

The Swans are set for their third consecutive replay at the Liberty in this season’s competition following the 0-0 draw at Hillsborough 10 days ago.

And Nordfeldt sees the game as another opportunity to impress as he looks to challenge Lukasz Fabianski for the No. 1 jersey.

Victory over the Owls would see the Swans progress to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup for the first time since 1964, and that's something the goalkeeper feels puts added emphasis onto the fixture.

“Personally, it’s important for me to get more games under my belt,” he tells tonight’s Jack Magazine.

“I’ve been fortunate that the managers I’ve played under have allowed me to play in the cup competitions since I’ve been here. 

“It’s also important for the club because we haven’t reached the quarter-finals of the FA Cup for a long time.”

*You can read the full interview with Kristoffer Nordfeldt in tonight’s Jack Magazine.

The goalkeeper talks about making history with the Swans and the prospect of representing Sweden at the World Cup.

Also in this edition, Nathan Dyer reflects on his time at the club after surpassing 300 appearances in SA1, while Kyle Naughton reveals 10 things you may not know about him.

We hear from boss Carlos Carvalhal and skipper Angel Rangel and we look back on some memorable FA Cup ties involving the Swans, as well as finding out all you need to know about Sheffield Wednesday.

This FA Cup issue of Jack Magazine is available for just £2 from around the Liberty, the club shop and online.

Jack Magazine really is a must-have for any Swans fan, so don’t miss out.


*Tickets are still available for our Emirates FA Cup replay against Sheffield Wednesday. Get your tickets online HERE, or call the ticket office at 01792 616400.

We also have hospitality available. Call our dedicated team on 01792 616628 for more information.