Read on for your match-day running order as City take on Reading tomorrow at Cardiff City Stadium.
Cardiff City’s official match-day programme ‘The Bluebird’, this week featuring David Marshall, goes on sale from all external programme booths at 12pm. You can also pick up your copy from the Stadium Superstore and internal booths.
The Cardiff City Stadium gates open at 1:30pm, as the TV Network begins its schedule of programmes. The First Team, U21 Development side, Academy and Women’s Team are all covered on match-day, along with BT and Sky options. The live games tomorrow, ahead of our 3pm kick-off, are Huddersfield Town v Leeds United and AFC Bournemouth v Newcastle United.
If you are in the USW stand, you can enjoy all of our match-day programming on the new 110" screen & HD Ricoh projector.
FANS TAKE-OVER AND IN THE CITY LIVE
As always, fans will be in charge of the CCS music from 2:15pm, thanks to Bluebirds Jukebox.
This week's selected tracks, along with the fans that nominated them, are as follows:
Mambo No 5, Lou Vega – @joshywills11
Dakota, Stereophonics – @sarahh_annee
Zombie Nation, Kernkraft 400 – @cairanp
Shut Up & Dance, Walk The Moon – @Bluebird131999
Blue, Eiffel 65 – @blaine_clack
If you can’t make it to the match, tune into our YouTube Channel for IN THE CITY LIVE from 2pm - hosted by Ashley James (@alasitisashley), with Mark Denham (@MarkDen_CCFC). Former Bluebird, Rhys Weston, is our special guest for the afternoon. We'll have the very first team news with the Manager, as teams are submitted, plus a look at the starting line-ups including Ash's 'Know Your Opponent' section!
In aid of the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal. Football League Clubs will be using a limited edition Mitre ball, and shirts featuring the official Legion Poppy. Both the footballs and shirts will also be auctioned following the match. You can find out more here.
Following a minute’s silence in remembrance, the match at Cardiff City Stadium will kick off at 3pm.
You can listen to live commentary of this fixture on Cardiff City Player HD - with HD highlights of the game following on Sunday.
Fans staying in their seats at half-time will once again be treated to half-time entertainment courtesy of the Cardiff City Foundation.
POST-MATCH: EDDIE MAY BAR
Supporters won’t have to go far to enjoy the day’s late Premier League fixture between Stoke City and Chelsea – 5:30pm kick-off.
The EddieMay Bar, situated in the concourse area of gate 101 on level two of Cardiff City Stadium (next to the Ticket Office) will remain open following the final whistle.
For the duration of this match, lagers, ciders and bitters will be priced at the reduced rate of just £3.00 per pint.