EFL League One

 Saturday, April 22, 2017
 Swindon Town (0) 1, Scunthorpe United (1) 2

EFL League One

Sunday, April 30, 2017
Charlton Athletic (Away)

Swindon's league record against Charlton Athletic:

53 13 18 22 42%

Formed in 1905, Charlton Athletic began life in the shadow of Woolwich Arsenal, playing in local leagues up until Arsenal's move to North London in 1913 - and when the Southern League clubs moved en masse to the new Football League Third Division, the Addicks joined the Southern League...

STFC are currently projected to finish in 22nd position in League One this season, with approximately 45 points.


League One - Huddersfield Town vs. Swindon Town: 30 Apr 2005

David Duke receives his marching orders for a wild kick - moments later, Rory Fallon goes one better, receiving a straight red card for his own kung fu style kick - and though nine man Town hold on until the 62nd minute, they capitulate in the last ten minutes.

FA Premiership - Queens Park Rangers vs Swindon Town: 30 Apr 1994

Swindon's fans decide to have a relegation party at Loftus Road, and they are treated to the Town's first and only away Premiership victory in their final away fixture, and also their only double, beating Q.P.R. 3-1.

Division Two - Bradford City vs. Swindon Town: 30 Apr 1996

With the home side looking for a win to all but secure their place in the play-offs, they take the lead early in the second half - but Wayne Allison nets an equaliser for the Town with twenty minutes remaining.

How much do you know about Danny Wilson?: 30 Apr 2010

BBC Points West quiz the Town boss ahead of the final games of the season.

Town losing £3,000 per week: Apr 1983

In serious financial difficulty, Swindon consider selling their prize assets Paul Rideout and Colin Bailie.

Video Library

Visit the Video Library for more STFC video from the sixties to the present day.

Swindon are thumped 6-1 in a meaningless end-of-season encounter with Port Vale - a match later proven to be fixed as part of a betting scam.

Born on this day:

1906 - United League
Swindon Town 10, Southern United 0
view match report


Division Three (South)

Aldershot(1) 2
Swindon Town(2) 2

The game against Scunthorpe United was STFC's 4,016th match in the League (not including playoff matches), and the 1,466th match that the Town have lost - th and the 300 match with a 1-2 scoreline. It was also the 1,323rd occasion that Swindon have scored once in this competition. Swindon have now scored 5,771 League goals.

Swindon currently have an ELO score of 3,573.6 - based on ELO score rankings, Swindon are the 71st best team in the country at this time.



Central League South
Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Swindon Town Dev. (1) 1

Exeter City Dev. (2) 2


No future matches scheduled.



Youth Alliance Merit League One
Saturday, February 25, 2017

Swindon Town U18 (2) 2

Exeter City U18 (1) 2


Youth Alliance Merit League One

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Stevenage U18 (Away)

Home matches generally played at Stanley Park, Chippenham on Saturdays at 11am (check local media).


Premier League (Southern Division)
Sunday, March 12, 2017

West Ham United LFC (1) 2

Swindon Town LFC (2) 2


Premier League (Southern Division)

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Queens Park Rangers LFC (Home)

Home matches generally played at Shrivenham FC on Sundays at 2pm (check local media).

Town Apps: 13
Goals: 0

Vic Morgan: Campaign of calamity  
Former BBC Wiltshire match commentator†Vic Morgan writes his weekly blog… Just one game to go before this wretched season is put to bed. In my half century of watching the Town, there can have been few years that have rivalled this one for downright disappointment. Last Saturday’s defeat by Scunthorpe summed it up. For the most part outplayed and out  

The 2016/17 STFC Shambles Awards  
Relegation to the fourth tier, two defeats to Oxford, and a home defeat to a non-league team in the FA Cup surely make this season the worst in our history. Rob Foster contacted us to say†it seems very unfair that Vigs won all the end of season awards, so he’s put forward some deserving others as well: PENNIES FROM HEAVEN  


Visit Paul Plowman's STFC site, with details of how it all started, a 'Where Are They Now?' feature of every player to have represented the Town since the War, tributes to over 600 Swindon players that are sadly no longer with us, plus other special features.

Also, browse the SwindonFC1879.com shop, with a selection of books and e-books, plus hundreds of old STFC programmes to choose from.