5:30pm: Hospitality lounges open.
6:15pm: Turnstiles open.
6:45pm: Family Stand & Canton stand activities start.
In the hour leading up to kick-off, non-playing first team players will make an appearance in the Family Stand. Rubylicious, our local dance crew will also be performing in the Family Stand from 6.45pm, so feel free to join in and learn some new moves. You can also join in with street soccer and FIFA 15 in the Family Stand throughout the evening.
We are delighted to have the incredibly talented singer/songwriter Ragsy playing the Foster’s Stage tonight.
Released on 1st March 2015, Ragsy’s debut album ‘Ouch!!!’ is a soulful blend of powerful vocals, beautiful acoustic melodies and heart-on-your-sleeve songwriting.
Taking inspiration from his own life experiences and finding catharsis in pouring his emotions into song, Ragsy
’s heartfelt lyrics perfectly align with his raw, classic rock-inspired vocals. Crafted over a two-year period following his time on BBC’s The Voice
in 2013, mentored by Sir Tom Jones
is a record of the highs and lows, where Ragsy
’s distinctive voice tells an honest and impassioned tale of life’s unpredictability. Ragsy
is not to be missed! To find out more about ‘Ouch!!!
’ and Ragsy
’s upcoming work, visit: twitter.com/Ragsy78
7:00pm: Players warm up.
7:45pm: Kick Off.
CF11 – ISSUE 19
Don’t forget to pick up a copy of the Cardiff City vs Blackburn Rovers Match-Day Programme (CF11) from around the Cardiff City Stadium ahead of this evening’s game.
The official Cardiff City Match-Day programme is available for each home match at Cardiff City Stadium with exclusive content available throughout.
This 92-page – jam packed programme costs only £3 including posters of new signings Conor McAleny, Lee Peltier and Eoin Doyle as well as much more.
Edition No. 19 of CF11 includes:
Russell Slade’s Notes: The Bluebirds manager discusses our opponents, last time out against Brighton and the appointment of Paul Trollope as head coach.
Sean Morrison Interview: Amy McNiven and towering defender Morrison discuss his first season in South Wales.
City Kids: Check out City Kids in the middle of this evening’s programme for a special half-term giveaway.
Brighton & Hove Albion Report: A three-page report from the Bluebirds most recent match.
Photo Archive: Did you know, former Prime Minister Winston Churchill once visited Ninian Park?!? Richard Shepherd tells us the story.
Opposition Intro: An introduction to our opponents this evening, Blackburn Rovers.
Know Your Opponent: Ashley James with an in-depth analysis of the potential threats in the Blackburn side.
Visitor Views: Recent media coverage of Gary Bowyer’s Rovers.
All this and much more for just £3.00.
Programmes are available from the following places on a match day:
- Cardiff City Superstore
- Merchandise Booths - Gate 3, Grange/Family Stand & Level 5
- Supporters Club