Date:Thursday May 31 2007
With the League One fixtures released in just over 2 weeks we take a look at some of the eagerly anticipated fixtures for next season for Swindon Town fans.
Leeds United - THE BIG ONE, Yes Swindon will have the chance to play the former Yorkshire giants and get one over former boss Dennis Wise who thought he was too good for us. The former Chelsea hero has been getting plenty of abuse from the Elland Road faithful however it will pale in comparison to the abuse he will get at the County Ground.
Bristol Rovers - Well we don't know if we will see Bristol Rovers V Swindon Town twice this season at the County Ground with Swindon being the away team if a ground share does take place between the 2 sides. Our main local derby this sesaon and it is sure to be a heated affair.
Gillingham - We all know the history between the 2 sides and it is sure to be a heated contest when Town return to Gillingham. It kicked off big time outside of Priestfield last time the 2 clubs met there however the return fixture at the County Ground was a friendlier match.
Cheltenham Town - That small club from Gloucestershire will host Town/Cheltenham. A very good away day on the train however the ground is some distance from the rail station.
Brighton & Hove Albion - Town will be out for revenge after being elimiated from the League One playoffs during the 2003/04 season at Withdean 'Stadium'.
Yeovil Town - Another Loud and Proud away day surly beckons for this contest. Last time the 2 clubs played at Yeovil the Swindon Town fans put on a huge display with banners, stremers and flags to create a fantastic atmosphere.
Bournemouth - A good weekend in the land of fish and chips at the seaside. A good night out as well. Let's just hope this game isn't a midweek fixture.
Carlisle United - The long trek up to Cumbria is bound to be on a cold night in January. A game I for one won't miss.
GET INVOLVED AT VITAL SWINDON TOWN 100% FREE!!
With news and views, along with a forum, polls and article comments, everything you need in a fans site is right here!
Vital Swindon Town is also 100% interactive. Not only can you have your say on the articles and the forum but you can also suggest an article or a poll so you can air your views.
It's easy to register here and enjoy getting involved
Date:Thursday May 31 2007
Swindon Town Pubs For Wembley (Saturday May 23 2015)
VITAL PREVIEW: Preston (Wembley) (Saturday May 23 2015)
Vital Swindon Town Player Of The Season 2014/15 (Saturday May 23 2015)
No Open Top Bus Parade For Swindon Town (Friday May 22 2015)
Wembley Tickets Available On The Day (Thursday May 21 2015)
Ex Swindon Striker Charlie Austin In England Squad (Thursday May 21 2015)
GROUND REVIEW: Wembley Stadium (Wednesday May 20 2015)
Preston Invite Swindon To Join One Minute Applause (Wednesday May 20 2015)
Wembley Travel Info For Swindon Town Fans (Wednesday May 20 2015)
Last Chance For Wembley Tickets (Tuesday May 19 2015)
|1. Bristol City||46||29||12||5||58||99|
|2. MK Dons||46||27||10||9||57||91|
|5. Sheff Utd||46||19||14||13||13||71|
|Former Keeper Called Up To England Squad.
» Bristol City : 24/05/2015 14:01:01
|Flint Looking For Crowd Boost Next Season.
» Bristol City : 24/05/2015 13:34:01
|New Fleetwood Deal For Jordan
» Fleetwood : 24/05/2015 13:32:01
|DRFC Southend returning to the Keepmoat
» Doncaster : 24/05/2015 09:28:00
|Rebuild Doesn't Faze Sturrock
» Yeovil : 23/05/2015 18:53:00