Ticket News

Executive Director & CEO Ken Choo and Joe Ralls reflect on positive news...

Cardiff City Football Club is pleased to confirm that 2016/17 Season Tickets are selling at a very promising rate ahead of the April 4th ‘Price Freeze’ deadline.

With a reduction to current prices in all zones and junior and student (aged 25 & under) prices starting from as little as £49 and £99 respectively (BUY HERE), Bluebirds fans have been visiting the Ticket Office at a steady rate to commit for the ‘16/17 campaign.

Of additional appeal has been the offer of two free tickets (to new or renewing ‘16/17 Season Ticket holders) to our upcoming game with Derby County on April 2nd – a fixture that could propel City further forward in the race for the end of season Play-Offs. As things stand, we anticipate a season-best attendance of over 20,000 for the game.

Of further promise, the Club is selling Season Tickets at a faster rate than the 2011/12 season – a campaign during which supporters will remember us reaching the League Cup Final and the Championship Play-Offs. Since tickets went on sale on March 1st, the Ticket Office has reported sales of over three hundred a day on a number of occasions.

Speaking to cardifficityfc.co.uk on Thursday afternoon, Executive Director & CEO Ken Choo said: “I’m delighted to hear that Season Ticket sales are very healthy as we edge closer to the price freeze deadline on April 4th. These are positive times for the Club and long may that continue.

“As a Club, we’re thrilled to see our supporters turning out in force for us as we continue our Play-Off push. The game against Derby on April 2nd could well be our biggest of the season to date, so to have a bumper crowd set to attend that one will be a huge bonus to the team.”
City midfielder Joe Ralls added: “We’re all focussed on the game with Derby now and have heard that we’re expecting over 20,000 for the first time this season. That’s fantastic news.

“It’s great for us as players to come out and see the place bouncing - it gives us a real lift.”