Swansea were unfortunately relegated from the Premier League, finishing in 18th place on 33 points.
The Welsh side spent seven years in the Premier League and established themselves as a good side, however, this season wasn’t to be for the Swans and they will be playing Championship football next season.
City started the season with Paul Clement in charge but after 18 games and sitting bottom of the league, Huw Jenkins made the decisions to sack Clement and replace him with Carlos Carvahal.
The former Sheffield Wednesday boos had a great start to life at Swansea as he pulled the club up and out of the relegation places and changed the whole mood of the club.
However, Swansea’s luck ran out with a 1-0 loss at home to Southampton which all but condemned them to the second tier.
We’ve taken a look at five things we have learnt from Swansea’s season…