HotelPlanner signs deal with Swansea City AFC Swansea City is pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with HotelPlanner for the next two seasons. The agreement sees the leading online provider of group travel services worldwide become the club’s preferred hotel booking partner for team and fan travel. HotelPlanner will book and manage hotel accommodation requirements for the club’s team travel while on tour through their professional services team and world class group booking system. In addition, HotelPlanner will deliver a customized online portal to help drive more fan travel to away games and book stays for home games.
Eteach signs deal with Swansea City AFC Swansea City has teamed up with Eteach to give the club’s development centres and school initiatives a major boost. Eteach, the UK's leading online education recruitment service for teachers, school leaders and support staff, will sponsor the growing pre-Academy set-up and school projects for the next two years. The club has a number of development centres and soccer schools throughout the city and beyond where children of both sexes can enjoy playing football and improve their skills under the guidance of qualified coaches in a fun and healthy way. It is also the perfect avenue to discover talented youngsters and provide them with a clear path to the full Academy set-up and join the likes of Joe Allen, Ben Davies, Jazz Richards, David Cornell, Josh Sheehan and Shaun MacDonald, who have all progressed to the first team via the club's youth ranks.
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