Vital Statistics | Swansea City Women 2023-24

22nd May
Swansea City Women huddle

With the Swansea City Women’s 2023-24 campaign at an end, we take a look back at some key facts and figures from the season.

4 – The Swans benefited from four own goals; only six were scored across the entire league.

5 – Ellie Lake accumulated the most yellow cards for the Swans, and the third-most in the Genero Adran Premier.

6 – There were six senior debuts for Swans development players: Ellie Latronico, Jazz Guymer, Katie Lee, Libby Banner, Opal Rayner and Rhian Williams all made the step up to the first team.

8 – Goalkeeper Chelsea Herbert kept eight clean sheets, the second-highest figure in the Welsh top-flight.

Chelsea Herbert v Cardiff City

13 – Swansea City Women’s Under-17 side won 13 of their 14 South Wales Women’s and Girls’ League fixtures as they claimed the title in their inaugural season.

14 – Fourteen Swansea City Women’s players scored goals across the course of the campaign: Steph Turner, Ellie Lake, Nieve Jenkins, Robyn Pinder, Chloe Chivers, Katy Hosford, Stacey John-Davis, Sammy Wynne, Sophie Brisland-Hancocks, Monet Legall, Kelsey Thomas, Emily Thomas, Jess Williams and Jazz Guymer all found the back of the net.

17 – Opal Rayner is the youngest player to have represented the Swansea first team this season, with the 17-year-old goalkeeper keeping two clean sheets in her three outings.

28 – Sophie Brisland-Hancocks was the only Swans player to feature in all 28 outings over the 2023-24 campaign.

Katy Hosford Cele

31 – Katy Hosford contributed 31 goal involvements in all competitions across 27 appearances, having netted 19 goals and assisted 12.

31 – Swansea City Women Under-19s earned 31 points in their league campaign, finishing one place and one point higher than the previous season, although a three point deduction saw them officially finish on 28 points.

84 – The Swans scored 84 goals across all competitions, averaging 3.11 goals per game.

7,223 – Across EFL and neutral stadiums, the Swans played in front of 7,223 supporters, with the 3,859 strong crowd at the Stadium for the home win against Wrexham being a season high in the Genero Adran Premier.