Committed To Developing The Future Of The Swans
The complex, which cost just over £6million, is the club's first purpose-built training ground in its 101-year history and features an all-weather pitch and a modern facility housing changing rooms, offices, function rooms, treatment rooms and a café.
The facility is dedicated to developing and improving the Youth Academy from age eight to 21.
Swansea City Chairman Huw Jenkins believes the new facility has long-term benefits for the club.
"It is a massive step forward for the club," he said. "It's a step made possible by our rise from the foot of the Football League to the grand heights of the Barclays Premier League – the best and most lucrative league in the world.
"It has certainly helped us develop as a club on and off the field and this facility is testament to that."