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THE WEEK THAT WAS... GOLF & BEAMING BACK!

16 October 2015


Read on for the news highlights of the week on cardiffcityfc.co.uk, as City gear up for tomorrow's Sky Bet Championship clash with Preston North End.

LEEDS BEAM-BACK



Yesterday it was revealed that City’s encounter with Leeds United at Elland Road on November 3rd will be screened live at Cardiff City Stadium.

The match will be beamed-back to the Ricoh Suite at CCS, with initial space for 500 supporters. Tickets are available now for just £5 or £3 for season ticket holders.

Click here for more information on pricing and how to book you place.


CARDIFF CITY GOLF DAY 2015



Cardiff City hosted its 2015 Golf Day at the Vale Resort last Friday, 9th October.

Seventeen teams of four took part in the event, with Eurocommercials, Heineken and Pro Copy making up the top three.

To see all the best pictures from the day click here, while you can check out Cardiff City’s exclusive 2015/16 Golf Range here.

PLAYER HD FOR £19.99!



If you haven’t yet subscribed to Cardiff City Player HD (RRP £39.99) then now is the time to do so.

With Player HD you’ll have access to exclusive interviews with the manager and players, our behind-the-scenes preview show ‘In the City’, live match-day commentary and much more.

Now for just £19.99, you can enjoy a 12-month subscription. Click here to take advantage of this fantastic offer.

PREPARING FOR PRESTON


There’s been plenty of content on Cardiff City Player HD to get you in the mood for Saturday’s trip to face Preston North End.

The latest episode of 'In The City', featuring Joe Mason and Joe Ralls is now available to view, along with pre-match views from Russell Slade and Sammy Ameobi.

Meanwhile, for more information on Saturday’s opponents, take a look at our Match Preview, and an interesting historic link between the Bluebirds and the Lilywhites.

U21 DVP UPDATES



It was confirmed on Tuesday that Cardiff City U21 DVP duo Tommy O’Sullivan and Jazzi Barnum-Bobb have signed one-month loan deals with League Two side Newport County.

Meanwhile, Cardiff City’s U21 Development side have been drawn at home to West Bromwich Albion in the next round of the U21 Premier League Cup.

Kevin Nicholson’s men reached the round of 32 thanks to a dramatic 2-1 victory over Severnside rivals Bristol City. For more information on the draw, click here.

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