THE WEEK THAT WAS | 2016/17 SEASON TICKETS & PILKS' PENALTIES
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#CITY AS ONE | 2016/17 SEASON TICKETS
On Monday, we were delighted to announce that our 2016/17 Season Tickets will go on sale on St David’s Day – this Tuesday!
As a thank you for your loyal support we have reduced prices across all of our zones, while those who buy Monday 4th April 2016 will be entitled to a guaranteed two-year price freeze.
Read more about our prices and how to get yours here.
CITY BEAT IN-FORM PRESTON
Yesterday, the Bluebirds returned to Cardiff City Stadium to dispatch Preston North End, who had won four on the spin prior to their trip to South Wales.
City’s goals came courtesy of two Anthony Pilkington spot-kicks – and you can watch all the goals and incidents from the 2-1 victory here.
CLUB APPOINT FAN ENGAGEMENT MANAGER
This week we were pleased to announce that Amy McNiven has been appointed as Fan Engagement Manager at Cardiff City, acting as the key point of contact for supporters with club related enquiries, issues or concerns.
Saturday’s match saw several new aspects of the Club’s fan engagement strategy commence, as an under 25s fan forum with CEO Ken Choo took place, while Craig Noone and Sean Morrison met fans, pulling pints on Level Three of Cardiff City Stadium.
An array of events also took place in the Family Stand as we gave a début to our Selfie Frame – see if you can spot yourself in any of the pictures here!
SEASON TICKET PARTNER: PAPA JOHN'S
This week, we were also delighted to announce Papa John's Cardiff and Newport has joined up as our latest Season Ticket Partner.
Papa John's are offering current Cardiff City Season Ticket Holders 30% off their bill! Valid Season Ticket Cards will be required when purchasing - and will need to be referenced when ordering over the phone, and shown upon delivery.
IN OTHER NEWS…
• Tuesday evening saw our third beam back of the season. Despite the defeat to Boro, it was another successful event, with City fans taking advantage of a full evening of entertainment in the RICOH Diamond suite. Watch a different angle of Fábio's sensational strike against Boro here.
• Our thanks also go to all of the supporters who made the long trip up to the Riverside Stadium to cheer on the boys, and in particular for playing their part in a tribute to Teesside reporter Ali Brownlee, who sadly passed away.
• Matthew Kennedy this week extended his loan stay with Port Vale until Tuesday, 26th April 2016. We'd like to wish Matthew all the very best of luck during the remainder of his time at Port Vale.
• Please note that this week, we SOLD OUT our full allocation for next weekend’s match against Bristol City at Ashton Gate. 1,400 of you will be making the trip over the Severn Bridge for the derby match, which kicks off at 12:00pm.