Swedish outfit Malmo brushed aside Scottish side Hibernian in ruthless fashion tonight to book a Europa League third qualifying round tie with the Swans.
After winning the first leg 2-0 on home soil, Rikard Norling's team ran riot at Easter Road as they clinched a 7-0 victory - 9-0 on aggregate.
It means the Swans will host Malmo at the Liberty Stadium in the first leg on Thursday, August 1 (7.45pm), with the second leg at the 24,000-capacity Swedbank Stadion on August 8 with kick-off at 7pm (6pm UK time).
Tickets for the first leg are priced £25 adults; £12.50 Over-60s, U16s and students. They can be purchased HERE
Tickets are available online, and you will require your season account number and postcode (season ticket holders and Jack Army members only) to be able to log in. In order to cater for supporters without internet access, you can make transactions over the phone. But we strongly advise fans with internet access to purchase via that option.
Information on tickets for the second leg will be posted on this website as soon as they are confirmed.
Order of sales - first leg
10am, Wednesday (July 24) – 8am, Saturday (July 27)
Season Ticket holders. Online only.
10am, Saturday (July 27) – 10am, Monday (July 29)
Jack Army members. Online only.
10am, Monday (July 29)
General sale. Online only.
Please contact the Ticket Office on 0844 815 6665 with any queries.
The Ticket Office is open: 10am-6pm Monday-Friday and 10am-4pm Saturday.
As this is a Europa League fixture, no alcohol will be served in the concourses.
Hospitality packages are available starting from £60+VAT per person. For further details contact the hospitality team on 01792 616600.
Swedbank Stadion (24,000)
3rd in the Allsvenskan
Malmo are the most successful club in Swedish football history, having won 16 league titles, as well as numerous domestic honours.
They lifted the Allsvenskan league title in 2010 and are currently first in this season’s title race.
They are regulars in European football and were finalists in the 1979 European Cup against Nottingham Forest.
They play their home games at the Swedbank Stadion, and beat Drogheda 2-0 in the first qualifying round.
England manager Roy Hodgson was in charge of Malmo between 1985 and 1989, guiding the club to five league titles during his tenure.
Meanwhile, Swans youngster Gwion Edwards came off the bench in the second half as he helped St Johnstone to a 2-1 aggregate win over Rosenborg in the Europa League second qualifying round.
Edwards, on loan at McDiarmid Park, played for the last 25 minutes as the Saints claimed a 1-1 draw.
They will now face Belarussian outfit Dinamo Minsk in the third qualifying round.