The Golden Year - order now!

20th June 2013

It's called perfect timing . . . as Swansea City produced their best season in the club's history to coincide with its Centenary year.
There was 100-year celebrations all around as the Swans finished their second Barclays Premier League campaign in an impressive ninth place.
And as the team wore gold on their shirts to mark the Centenary, there was also silver in the cabinet as Michael Laudrup's men lifted the Capital One Cup at Wembley.
That memorable 5-0 victory over giant-killing Bradford City secured the first major trophy in the club's proud history.
It helped cap a fantastic season that made the Jack Army feel 'Laud and Proud' as the Premier League sat up and praised the free-flowing Swans for their stylish play.
The season started with a bang after a crushing 5-0 victory at QPR - and the Swans never looked back with famous victories over the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool, plus impressive draws with champions Manchester United, Everton and Manchester City.



'The Golden Year' re-lives the 2012-13 season in all its glory. The story is told through exclusive interviews with manager Michael Laudrup, long-standing coach Alan Curtis and key players including Michu, Garry Monk, Pablo Hernandez, Gerhard Tremmel, Ben Davies, Wayne Routledge, Angel Rangel and Leon Britton.
There are also highlights from every league and cup game, plus exclusive bonus features with members of the Swans squad and management.
'The Golden Year' is a four-hour double-disc tribute that celebrates the Swans' Centenary success, and is available for just £12.99 in the Riverside club shop (from Friday, June 21) and online* HERE.

Also available: 'Cup Conquerors' . . . A two-hour DVD that follows the Swans on the road to Wembley where a 5-0 victory over Bradford City clinched the Capital One Cup. Available online* HERE for just £9.99.

Limited special offer: Buy The Golden Year & Cup Conquerors together for just £19.99.*
*Postage and packaging applies for online orders - £1.50 for The Golden Year, and £2 for both DVDs.


We put the naming of our end-of-season review in the hands of you - the Jack Army.
After choosing three options from hundreds of nominations, you then decided which was the most suitable.
And the winner was Mark J Davies, who now has his name on the cover credits of the DVD.