Family Section HOME
The family section at Cardiff City Stadium is situated in the Grange Stand. It has an increased capacity of 6,000 seats. This is the first section of the ground to sell out so please make sure you book your games well in advance.
Cardiff City Football Club was awarded the Football League's Family Club of the Year for 2011 and 2013 at the Football League Awards Ceremony. The Club has also won the Family Excellence Award on multiple occasions and prides itself on providing friendly family based entertainment. We want you to return time and time again.
The Family Stand has a very strict policy - that is, we admit no adults without children and no children without adults. We have a number of pricing offers in this area on a seasonal basis, representing superb value for money.
If you are coming to the stadium for the first time, the family section is the area with the heaviest discounts. Adults tickets are priced at £18 with U16s at just £5. We also offer a family ticket allowing admission of 2 Adults and 2 Children for just £40, subject to availability.
You can purchase these tickets online or via the ticket office by calling 0845 345 1400.
Getting to the Family Stand
Entry to the family stand is via gates 13 and 15, which both lead you to an expansive concourse with plenty of facilities. Come and enjoy our Sony Playstation Area or sit down and watch some cartoons in our Sony Kids Zone!
We also provide entertainment every game on the Sony stage in the Family Stand this starts an hour prior to kick-off.
We have numerous spacious toilet facilities for men and women and also baby changing facilities. Safety and security in this stand is paramount and we have a number of stewards in this area, should you have any problems or issues.
We also have a confidential line to report any problems or issues you may encounter This number has never been used due to the superb atmosphere within this area of the ground.
Enjoy the Match Campaign
The Family Stand at Cardiff City Football Club implements the 'Enjoy The Match' campaign. This means we have a zero-tolerance policy on foul and abusive language, racial, homophobic or prejudice chanting.
Should you see or hear this taking place, please speak to a nearby steward who will act.
If you have any questions or problems please e-mail our Supporters Liaison Officer Adam Gilliatt via email@example.com
Match-day Assistance for Visiting Fans
Our disabled liaison officer Phil Halligey
is available to assist you, should you have any special requirements for your visit to the stadium. Phil can be contacted on 0845 365 1115
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org