Read on for the highlights of this week's stories on cardiffcityfc.co.uk and Cardiff City Player HD.
RETURN OF THE SILVER FOX
Monday evening saw City legend Kevin McNaughton return to the Welsh Capital for the announcement of his benefit match in 2016.
You can view the reveal video that was played on the CCS big screens at half time here, while the storyboard of the event can be found on the Club website.
Next up, City make the trip to Suffolk to take on Mick McCarthy's Ipswich Town. There's been plenty of content to get you ready for the match, as Russell Slade looked ahead to the encounter here.
This week’s episode of In The City, featuring Alex Revell, Craig Noone and IBF Champion of the World, Lee Selby, is available to view now. Meanwhile, our Match Preview contains all the information you need on our opponents, Club connections and a memorable match at Ninian Park.
LEEDS VS CARDIFF: BEAM-BACK
Our first beam-back of the season will take place on Tuesday, as fans can watch our trip to Elland Road live from Cardiff City Stadium.
The evening's running order – including a pre-match competition, £3 pints and a photo opportunity with an FA Cup replica – can be found here. Tickets are still available and can be purchased by calling 0845 345 1400 or in person at the Cardiff City Ticket Office.
NOVEMBER: JUNIORS GO FREE WITH ST HOLDERS
This week we posted an update to our ticket promotion, allowing Season Ticket Holders to bring Juniors to our home fixtures against Reading and Burnley in November FREE OF CHARGE.
Thanks to the offer, both Adult and Junior Season Ticket Holders can bring Junior guests, with no official limit, to both matches!
FOUNDATION: DIZZY PENALTIES
Finally, if you missed Monday’s Halloween themed half-time challenge you can catch up with it on Cardiff City’s official YouTube account now.
Members of the Cardiff City Women’s team tried their hand at dizzy penalties with hilarious results – including Jasmine Turner’s superb air-shot.
You can see all the action here, along with a flashback to Matthew Connolly and Fábio’s efforts earlier in the season.