LEX LEVELS FOR READING DRAW
On Saturday, the Bluebirds travelled east along the M4 to take on Reading at the Madejski Stadium.
City did fall behind to Garath McCleary’s first-half opener. However, Russell Slade’s men levelled things up after the interval as, after Sammy Ameobi struck the post, Lex Immers was on hand to nod in the rebound and secure a well-earned point.
Scroll to the bottom of the page to watch free match highlights of City’s draw against the Royals!
CLAIM TWO FREE DERBY TICKETS!
Have you bought your 2016/17 Season Ticket yet?
As a token of gratitude, we’re pleased to announce that all supporters who have bought Season Tickets for the 2016/17 season are entitled to two FREE tickets for our next home fixture, against Derby County.
This will also apply to anyone who buys a Season Ticket prior to the fixture, being held at Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday, 2nd April (kick-off 3pm).
CLICK HERE TO CLAIM YOURS!
GIANT FLAGS COMING TO CCS
As part of the Football Club’s re-structured fan engagement policy, giant 5x4m supporter flags will be making an appearance on match-days – starting against Derby County on April 2nd.
To find out more, and view our spectacular 360 degree image of the Bluebirds flag flying on the CCS pitch, CLICK HERE!
FOUNDATION DAY 2016 vs BOLTON…
In the week that Cardiff City FC were shortlisted for the Football League’s prestigious ‘Johnstone’s Paint Community Club of the Year’ award, we were delighted to confirm that the Club’s annual Foundation Day will take place on Saturday, 23rd April, when Bolton Wanderers visit the Welsh Capital!
Read more about the event here!
IN OTHER NEWS…
• Cardiff City's U21 development side continued their impressive run of late, defeating fellow in-form side Colchester United 3-2, at Leckwith Stadium.
• Treetop Adventure Golf are the latest South Wales-based company to join up with Cardiff City as a Season Ticket partner. Find out about the deals that you can take advantage of here!
• This week, Declan John’s loan deal with Chesterfield FC was extended until the end of the 2015/16 league season. We’d like to wish Declan the best of luck during the remainder of his time with the Spireites.