Members of 1994 Autoglass Trophy team to attend Queens Park Rangers fixture

28th March
Autoglass final

Members of Swansea City’s 1994 Autoglass Trophy-winning team will be making an appearance at the Stadium when the club marks the 30th anniversary of their achievement against Queens Park Rangers on Monday.

The 1994 team – manager by Frank Burrows and captained by John Cornforth – were the first Swansea side to play at Wembley Stadium, and they secured the silverware as they beat Huddersfield Town on penalties at the world-famous venue.

To accompany the upcoming anniversary, the club has launched a special commemorative kit which will be worn as a one-off in the home fixture against the Rs.

And the likes of captain Cornforth, Roger Freestone, Steve Jenkins, Mark Clode, John Hodge, Mark Harris and Jon Ford – as well as members of the Burrows family – will be in attendance.

The former Swans will be presented to the crowd – along with the Autoglass Trophy prior to kick-off – and will share some of their memories of that special Wembley afternoon when being interviewed during the half-time interval.

Heavily-discounted tickets for this fixture remain available and can be purchased below.



Our anniversary kit and clothing range is available here, while supporters wanting to share memories of that day at Wembley and the 1993-94 team and season can do so here, with a selection to be published in our digital matchday programme for Monday's game.