Vital Statistics | Swansea City Women's season so far

18th February
Ellie Lake Celebrates with teammates

Following the conclusion of phase one of Swansea City Women’s Genero Adran Premier campaign, we look at some key facts and figures from the first part of the season.

4 – The Swans have benefited from four own goals so far this season; only five have been scored across the entire league.

5 – Chelsea Herbert has kept five clean sheets in the Genero Adran Premier this season, the joint most in the league with Cardiff City’s Ceryn Chamberlain.

6 – Chloe Chivers netted six goals in the Swans 8-3 win against Cwmbran Celtic in the Bute Energy Welsh Cup, the most goals scored in one game by a Swans player this season.

7 – Katy Hosford has seven assists in the Genero Adran Premier, the joint most in the league along with TNS forward Caitlin Chapman.

Swans Women third kit

11 – The Swans ended phase one on an 11-game unbeaten run, starting all the way back in November with a 2-1 win over Wrexham at the Stadium. They have 10 wins and a draw in the sequence of results.

12 – Hosford currently sits second in the golden boot race in the Genero Adran Premier with 12 goals, trailing Wrexham's Rosie Hughes by just one goal.

13 – The Swans netted 13 goals in one game, beating Llandudno Ladies 13-0 in the Genero Adran Trophy last-16.

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

28 – Across all competitions, 28 different players have represented the first team, with eight players making the step up from the under-19 side.

32 – The Swans finished phase one of the Genero Adran Premier on 32 points, one point better off than at the same stage of the previous campaign.

3,859 - There were 3,859 members of the Jack Army in attendance - a club record for a Women's home fixture - for the 2-1 victory over Wrexham at the Stadium.