THE WEEK THAT WAS | ST DAVID’S VISITS & RECORD ATTENDANCE
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RECORD CROWD SEES CITY BEAT THE RAMS
Yesterday, a record Cardiff City Stadium attendance of 28,680 watched the Bluebirds triumph over Play-Off rivals Derby County.
Bruno Manga and Stuart O’Keefe scored the vital goals for the Bluebirds, taking City to within two points of the top six. To watch Match Highlights of the home win in front of a huge crowd CLICK HERE.
MATCH-DAY FAN ENGAGEMENT
City’s win over Derby County saw our giant flags wave for the first time as the teams emerged from the CCS tunnel, and after both of the Bluebirds’ goals.
Our #CityAsOne challenge and selfie frames were in use in the stands, while there was also fantastic Half Time entertainment and pre-match basketball and hockey schools with the Foundation, along with plenty more activities.
Scroll to the bottom of the page to watch everything that took place at CCS on Saturday afternoon...
ST DAVID’S #CITYASONE CHALLENGE
This past week, Cardiff City Football Club took to the streets of the Welsh Capital City, bringing our newest fans' game to the Bluebirds support, outside of the famous St David's Hall.
Those to join in on the action included Peter Whittingham, Stuart O’Keefe, Russell Slade, Scott Young, Sean Morrison and Lee Peltier. Read more about the week’s visits to the city centre here.
PRICE FREEZE DEADLINE APPROACHES…
Our Ticket Office staff are primed to help you secure your 2016/17 Season Tickets ahead of Monday’s ‘Two Year Price Freeze’ deadline.
The Ticket Office is open at 9am on Monday morning and will remain open until 8pm on Monday evening. Find out how to secure yours here.
BLUEBIRDS STARS VISIT FANS
Several other members of Russell Slade’s First Team squad played their part during the Easter break to meet fans around the Welsh Capital.
While Lex Immers appeared at Cardiff’s Bierkeller to take on Eric Bristow in a game of darts, Kagisho Dikgacoi and Idriss Saadi took part in a Girls Only Soccer School session at Cardiff City Stadium. Lex Immers, Joe Ralls, Stuart O’Keefe and Kenneth Zohore all visited local primary schools over the break too, which you can read about here.
Watch the best bits from Saturday afternoon, both in the stands and on the pitch, below...