This is is where people took the fans’ survey. You can download an analysis of their answers here.
You can download the results and read other stories and memories from fans here.
Text of original request:
The aim of the project is to find out what Swansea City F.C. means to the community, by recording the experiences and stories of the fans. At the heart of this exercise is a survey which gives fans the chance to record their experiences of supporting Swansea City. The responses to the survey will be preserved in an online and physical archive for future generations to learn from and enjoy.
While the focus is very much on the history of the club and its community of fans, we are also interested in the changing patterns of behaviour, leisure, and support in Swansea and south-west Wales during the last hundred years.
We want to capture as wide a range of experiences as possible. The purpose is not just to hear happy memories – we hope the range of experiences will reflect the ups and downs of supporters’ lives, the passions, the highs and lows.
Please feel free to give as much or as little detail as you want. Most people take about 20 minutes answering the questions.
As part of the Centenary celebrations, the Supporters’ Trust are also publishing a series of books that will tell the history of the club through the words, memories, and recollections of supporters, players, directors, officials, backroom staff, broadcasters, and journalists. The answers to your questionnaire may be used in one of these books and other project publicity and publications. By submitting your completed questionnaire you are agreeing to the use of your answers in the on-line archive and any subsequent publication or research.
One response to “Survey”
First visit to Swansaged10 opening of North Bank Swans v Man u lost 5-3
Bobby Charlton had Hair,climbed a ladder to get in invited to by a P.C
liked him so much so that ilater joined the Police Force sold football programmes for 5 years so i could see the games for nothing..