The Liberty Stadium

It's been a long, hard year, but it will be special when we're back together

7th March 2021

March 7 marked exactly one year since Swansea City supporters were last able to watch their side in person, at the Liberty Stadium or on the road.

While the progress of the Covid-19 pandemic had been well documented - and there was a sense of inevitability that a suspension of the 2019-20 season would follow at some point - none of us could have imagined as we watched a hard-fought draw against West Brom on March 7, 2020, that we would not be able to be together as a football club for so long.

Supporters have remained firmly in the club’s thoughts ever since, with Steve Cooper and his coaching staff regularly reminding the squad of the responsibility to make you proud and put smiles on faces in such unprecedented and challenging times.

There have been so many moments we would love to have shared with the Jack Army; from the derby win at Cardiff City, that unforgettable victory at Reading and a play-off semi-final at the Liberty to big wins against the likes of Watford and Norwich.

It’s easily said, but it’s also very true. It hasn’t been the same without you.