Support a petition calling for the return of fans to stadia
Swansea City is committed to making every effort to have the Jack Army back at the Liberty Stadium to cheer on Steve Cooper’s side as soon as safely possible.
We are asking fans to show and share their support for the safe reintroduction of supporters to the matchday environment - and call on the Government to reconsider the restrictions that have put a halt on their return - by signing a petition in regards to the matter.
While the club has always made clear it will follow guidelines from the relevant Government and healthcare authorities with regards to the Coronavirus pandemic; we wholeheartedly support this week’s open message to fans from the Premier League, EFL, The FA, Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship, outlining their commitment to getting supporters back into grounds.
You can read that open letter HERE.
You can click HERE to sign the petition, which attracted more than 100,000 signatures in its first few hours following publication.
Prior to new guidelines pausing the holding of pilot events, 11 such events had been successfully held at Premier League, EFL, Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship grounds, with supporters providing positive feedback on the measures in place.
As a club – and part of the wider football family – we are proactively looking for the best solutions to ensure supporters can cheer on their beloved Swans again in a highly-regulated, stewarded outdoor environment, with safety as our principle concern.