Skip to main content Skip to site footer

Kick off 15:00 (UK)

Buy tickets
09 November 2019 Venue Hillsborough Attendance

Kick off 15:00 (UK)

Buy a pass:

Listen live now

Watch live now

Listen or watch live now

Recent results


English Football League - Championship

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Live commentary of this match has not yet started.

toggle inactive

key moments

Updated at

There are currently no key moments to display.

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Match Previews

Match preview: Owls v Swansea

8 November 2019

Wednesday host Swansea at Hillsborough on Saturday in the final game before the third international break of the season.

The Owls boast the joint-best defensive record in the division on home soil, having conceded just three times from seven games at Hillsborough.


Swansea will arrive in S6 as the only Championship side unbeaten on the road.

Team news

SWFC: Barry Bannan (groin) has trained all week and is likely to be available for selection after missing out at Blackburn last weekend.

Tom Lees will come back into contention after the international break.


Massimo Luongo (knee) is unlikely to feature against the Swans.

Swansea: Winger Jordon Garrick (hamstring) is facing a spell on the sidelines after picking up the injury in training.

Joe Rodon, Erwin Mulder and Aldo Kalulu will not be fit for the game.

Championship form

Swansea: LDLWW

Video - Garry Monk on the clash with former club Swansea

Armistice Day tribute

The Owls’ Championship clash with Swansea is our designated fixture to mark Armistice Day this coming Monday, 11 November.


A period of activity will take place ahead of the game as we pay our respects to all those who have lost their lives while serving their country

A minute’s silence will precede a gun salute and rendition of the Last Post in the centre circle and supporters of both sides are kindly requested to take their seats in good time before commemorations begin.

Shirt auction

A live online auction of the Owls’ worn matchday shirts will take place from 3.00pm, with all proceeds going directly to the Royal British Legion.


CLICK HERE for auction details and thank you for your co-operation.


Sheffield Wednesday are reminding supporters of their conduct whilst following the team both at Hillsborough and away from home.

The launching of missiles from the stands, including pyrotechnics, are criminal offences and the club have a zero-tolerance policy to these.



Wednesdayites can access every minute of the Owls’ first team games in all competitions, home and away.

This weekend, iFollow commentary will be from Rob O’Neill and John Pearson.


For overseas fans, subscribers can watch the full game with enhanced production for the 2019/20 season including four-camera coverage, match commentary and graphics.

Match passes for this service are priced at £5.


Last five v Swansea


Owls 3-1 Swansea – 23 Feb 2019 – Championship
Swansea 2-1 Owls – 15 Dec 2018 – Championship
Swansea 2-0 Owls – 27 Feb 2018 – FA Cup
Owls 0-0 Swansea – 17 Feb 2018 – FA Cup
Swansea 0-0 Owls – 13 Mar 2010 – Championship

Advertisement block

Match Reports

Report: Wednesday 2-2 Swansea

9 November 2019

For the second successive week, Wednesday were embroiled in late drama and while this occasion yielded a point, it came so close to being all three.

When Fernando Forestieri levelled Andre Ayew’s first half opener late on, it seemed the points would be shared.

However, the Owls had other ideas and Morgan Fox struck in stoppage time to seemingly seal a stunning win.

But right at the last, Swansea motored upfield and Ben Wilmot somehow salvaged a draw to conclude an amazing afternoon of Championship football.

It was hard overall for Wednesday, who were on the front foot from the first whistle. A well-worked corner routine almost got the Owls off to the perfect start when Kadeem Harris picked out Jacob Murphy, whose low drive that took a deflection was saved by the alert Freddie Woodman.

Atdhe Nuhiu then fired inches over the crossbar as Wednesday continued their jet-heeled opening to the contest.


Woodman thwarted Steven Fletcher from close range, Nuhiu’s effort from the rebound was deflected over and Swansea were desperate for an outlet.

The visitors did stem the flow for a short while but were back against it on the half-hour mark when Kieran Lee found Fletcher in the box, the striker’s header beat Woodman but hit the woodwork.

The danger of domination without the breakthrough was always high given the quality in the Swans’ ranks, as Wednesday discovered on 31 minutes.

A rare corner from the visitors was not dealt with by the Owls’ backline and Ayew was on hand to stab into an empty net.

It was harsh on Wednesday but they regrouped for the remainder of the first half to see far more of the ball, albeit without calling Woodman into further action.


The Swansea keeper, though, was concerned immediately after the resumption when Murphy guided narrowly wide following terrific build-up play between Lee and Fletcher.

Nuhiu glanced a Murphy free kick wide before the Welshmen grew more into the game, particularly on the counter.

But they relied on a good deal of fortune to preserve their lead on the hour – first Woodman scrambled away Fletcher’s header, then Murphy smashed against the post.

Swansea hit back with Ayew heading wide having ghosted into space and Fox did well to block Nathan Dyer’s low drive.

Wilmot rattled the post moments later and it was the Swans looking the more likely going into the closing stages, nearly doubling their lead only for Keiren Westwood to deny Connor Roberts at full stretch.

But in a contest punctuated by the unexpected, the Owls levelled with nine minutes to go to trigger an explosive end.


Substitute Adam Reach forced a fine save from Woodman but Lee was on hand to square to Forestieri, who crashed into the back of the Kop net.

And still there was more as the Owls hit the front in stoppage time. Barry Bannan swung a deep corner into the mix and there was Fox on the angle of the six-yard box to smash home.

But with Hillsborough still rocking, Swansea went straight up the other end and equalised to claim a share of the spoils.

After Westwood produced a quite stunning save to keep out George Byers, Wilmot ran into room at the back post to salvage a point from the resulting corner.

Wednesday: Westwood, Palmer, Lees, Iorfa, Fox, Murphy (Reach 75), Bannan, Lee, Harris (Rhodes 83), Fletcher, Nuhiu (Forestieri 66)

Advertisement block

Ticket News

Ticket details: Owls v Swansea

9 October 2019

Owls v Swansea City
Saturday 9 November 2019 (3.00pm)

Tickets for this Category C fixture start from £31 for Adult Owls Members and £5 for under-11 members in Kop.

Tickets are on sale now to Season Ticket holders and Owls Members, and will go on general sale on Monday 21 October.

Tickets are available to purchase in person at the Ticket Office, over the phone on 03700 201867 (Option 1, £2 booking fee per ticket) or online at


Kop Members Non Members
Adult £31 £36
Senior/under 21 £21 £26
Student?Armed Forces £26 £36
Juniors under 17 £10 £15
Juniors under 11 £5 £10
Juniors under five (advance sale only) £5 £5
Grandstand Members Non Members
Adult £34 £39
Senior/under 21 £24 £29
Student/Armed Forces £29 £39
Juniors under 17 £10 £15
Juniors under 11 £5 £10
Juniors under 5 (advance sale only) £5 £5
South Stand Members Non Members
Adult £38 £43
Senior/under 21 £28 £33
Student/Armed Forces £33 £43
Juniors under 17 £10 £15
Juniors under 11 £5 £10
Juniors under 5 (advance sale only) £5 £5

All supporters who attend this game and purchase their tickets in advance under their own ID number will receive 10 Ticket Priority Points.

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

iFollow Next Match Tickets Account