About Us

The Swans Blog was created in October 2016, designed to be a ‘one stop shop’ for Sydney Swans related news and opinion articles.

From the first team to reserves, injuries and contracts, press conferences, match reports and player ratings, The Swans Blog will be a central hub for the latest, most up to date news and information about the Sydney Swans.

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The Swans Blog is not affiliated with the AFL, Sydney Swans/South Melbourne Football club, or any other AFL-related party.

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