Historic pub beloved by football fans set to be turned into nine flats as fans say ‘piece of history going’

FOOTBALL fans have been left heartbroken after finding out a historic pub regularly frequented by match-goers is set to be turned in to flats.

Swansea City fans are mourning the end of the Singleton Hotel pub which had previously been a go-to destination for fans on a match day.

The Singleton Hotel pub is set to be turned into flats

PAThe pub was just a short walk from Swansea City’s old ground Vetch Field[/caption]

The old pub was a fan favourite watering hole before and after games for Swansea supporters for a number of years.

It was located just a stones throw away from Vetch Field where the Swans used to play their home fixtures until 2005 when they moved to the Liberty Stadium.

It was also well known for its live music and operated as a hotel which regularly hosted familiar faces from the world of theatre due to its proximity to Swansea Grand Theatre.

Those who loved the pub were disappointed to learn that it was closing its doors for good back in 2019 and they will now have to say goodbye again following the proposed works to make it into flats.

And fans have reacted to the news that the historic venue will no longer be a part of their lives.

One said: “Another piece of Swansea history going.”

Another added: “Sad. Used to go there 40 years ago, before and after Swans home game.”

A third said: “The good old days. Swansea pub life is practically gone now.”


Swansea fans have had to wave goodbye to one of their old favourite pubs and will be hoping they don’t wave goodbye to the Championship this season too.

The Welsh outfit currently sit 22nd in the league after a terrible start to the season that sees them winless in their opening five games.

AlamySwansea City are yet to win in the league this season[/caption]

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