Second-year scholar Ross Treacy joined Swans Academy in May 2015 and joined the Under-18s on their pre-season tour of Prague that July. Treacy made his league debut for the Swans in January 2016, helping the scholars earn a 1-1 draw at home to Chelsea.
Second-year scholar Mael Davies is a determined right-back who joined the Swans in 2014. The defender scored his first goal to help the Under-18s clinch a 1-1 draw away against Norwich in September 2015. Davies also netted for the Under-19s at the Metropolitan Premier Cup in South Africa in March 2016.
First-year scholar Matthew Blake is described as a pacey wing-back. The defender made his debut for the Under-18s against Reading in September 2015 before scoring his first goal for an Under-19s side against Newport in the FAW Youth Cup in March 2016.
Second-year scholar Dan Jefferies joined Swansea City at the age of 12. The towering centre-back was a part of the schoolboy squad that helped Wales lift the FA Victory Shield for the first time in 66 years in 2014.Jordan Jones
Second-year scholar Jordan Jones is an ambitious central midfielder. Jones has been at the Swans since he was eight.
First-year scholar Brandon Cooper is described as a strong centre-back. The defender made his debut for the Under-18s during the 2015-16 season against Reading at Landore.
Pacey winger Causso Darame joined Swansea City Academy at the age of 14. Once part of Sporting Lisbon's Academy, the second-year scholar scored for the Under-19s during their 5-0 win over Connah's Quay to help the side lift the FAW Youth Cup in May 2016.
Central midfielder Marco Dulca joined from Romanian side U Cluj in August 2015. The second-year scholar played a number of times for the Under-18s last season.
Striker / Winger
Second-year scholar Liam Cullen was a part of the schoolboy squad that helped Wales lift the FA Victory Shield for the first time in 66 years. The striker has featured for Swansea City’s Under-18 and 21s whilst he was only 15.
Second-year scholar Keiran Evans first played for Swans Academy at the age of six. The powerful attacking midfielder was a part of the schoolboy squad that helped Wales lift the FA Victory Shield in 2014 for the first time in 66 years.
Winger / Striker
Second-year scholar Liam Edwards scored Swansea City Under-18s’ first goal in category one football against Leicester in August 2015. Has represented Wales at an Under-17 level in their European Qualifiers in 2016. Ben Cabango
Central defender Ben Cabango was ever-present for the Under-16s last season and played-up a number of times for the Under-18s during the last campaign. The First-year scholar, who joined the Academy three years ago, has also played for the Under-19s in South Africa.
Neath-born defender Joe Lewis has been with Swansea City's Academy for the last ten years. The first-year scholar made his debut for the Under-18s last season against Aston Villa in September 2015.
Defender / Striker
Second-year scholar Sean Hanbury was awarded a scholarship with the Under-18s in May 2015. The versatile player can switch from defence to be a make-shift striker. Hanbury netted the equaliser in the 2-2 draw at home to West Ham in October.
Bridgend-born defender Rhydian Williams has played with the Academy since he was Under-9. The first-year scholar was prominent for the Under-16s last season and made one appearance for the Under-18s against Aston Villa in September 2015.
Second-year scholar Ben Morgan is a confident centre-back who has been with the club since he was seven. The defender scored his first goal during a pre-season friendly against SK Slavia Prague in July 2015.
Central and defensive midfielder Tom Price has been with the Academy since an Under-10s level. The first-year scholar joined an Under-19s side for a cup tournament in South Africa in March 2016.
Swansea-born midfielder Cameron Berry has been with the Academy since the age of nine. The fast paced midfielder played with the Under-18s on their pre-season tour of Austria in July 2016.
First-year scholar Jack Fox joined Swansea City Academy from Cardiff three years ago. The Caerphilly-born pacy winger joined the Under-18s on their pre-season tour of Prague in July 2015.
First-year scholar Alex Lang played for the Under-19s in their 11-1 FAW Cup victory over Llanidloes Town aged 16 in November 2016.
First-year scholar Finley Hazell is enjoying his fourth season at Swansea City Academy after joining from Merthyr Town in 2012. The midfielder was prominent for the Under-16s last season and made his debut for the Under-18s in a substitute appearance against Norwich in September 2015.
First-year scholar Jordan Elliot is a new addition to Swansea City Academy. The winger joined from Scottish League One academy side Stenhousemuir in May 2016.
Striker / Winger
Irish-born Matt Roberts lived in Canada for a number of years playing for Toronto F.C's Academy side before joining Swansea City last season. The first-year scholar joined the Under-19s to play a cup tournament in South Africa in March 2016.
First-year scholar Oliver Cooper joined the Academy at an Under-12 level. The attacking-midfielder was a prominent player for the Under-16s last season.