Test your knowledge with our 2011 play-off final quiz
This afternoon we will be replaying the full 90 minutes from Swansea City’s unforgettable play-off final success over Reading, which took place nine years ago today.
To test your memories of one of the club’s greatest days, have a crack at our quiz about the day and the game.
The answers can be found at the bottom of this page, below the image which follows these questions.
- Where had Swansea City finished in the final Championship table to secure their play-off spot?
- How had the Swans fared in their two regular-season meetings with the Royals?
- Who missed out on the final through suspension after being sent off in the first leg of the semi-final against Nottingham Forest?
- Three members of the Swans starting XI had also started the club’s last play-off final appearance against Barnsley in League One in 2006. Can you name them?
- Who had Reading beaten to advance to the final?
- Who was the referee at Wembley?
- Which Reading substitute was sent off, despite not setting foot on the pitch?
- Reading had two Wales internationals on their bench; can you name them?
- The final outcome of this match shared similarities with Swansea’s vital win over Hull to preserve Football League status in 2003. What were they?
- With his hat-trick at Wembley, what number did Scott Sinclair take his goal tally for the season to?
- From which Reading player did Garry Monk make a crucial block with the score at 3-2?
- Which player was featured on t-shirts worn by the Swansea players as they celebrated their success?
- Who had Leon Britton played for during the first half of the 2010-11 season?
- Who was the only player in the Swansea starting line-up to be on loan at the club at the time?
- What links did Brendan Rodgers have with Reading?
- They won both games 1-0.
- Neil Taylor.
- Alan Tate, Garry Monk, Leon Britton.
- Cardiff City.
- Phil Dowd.
- Jay Tabb.
- Simon Church and Hal Robson-Kanu.
- The game finished 4-2, with a Swansea player scoring a hat-trick which included two penalties.
- Twenty seven in all competitions.
- Noel Hunt.
- Besian Idrizaj.
- Sheffield United.
- Fabio Borini.
- He played for, coached and managed the Royals.