Sixteen Swansea City legends tell the stories behind their favourite games for the club - allowing Swans fans of all ages to relive these magical moments through the eyes and emotions of the men who were there, playing for the white shirt. From Alan Curtis's jaw-dropping first goal in the First Division to James Thomas's epic survival hat-trick in 2003, here are the stories from the players that created these moments. Alan Tate recalls his tales of the Championship play-off final, Lee Trundle remembers the 2006 Football League Trophy victory and John Toshack selects a game he watched entirely from the sidelines - the promotion-winning match against Preston North End in 1981. Vetch legends Mel Nurse, Leon Britton, Wyndham Evans and Roger Freestone also turn in characteristic star performances, winding back the clock to relive treasured memories of the Match of Their Lives for the Swans.
Chris Carra is the author of Swansea City's Greatest Games (2014) and the Swansea City Miscellany (2015). An award-winning blogger and in-demand freelance writer from Swansea, Chris has contributed Swansea City opinion to Yahoo! Sport, Metro, The Sunday Times and BBC Radio Wales.