This summer, as we reflect on the 2015/16 season, cardiffcityfc.co.uk and the club’s official YouTube channel are encouraging YOU to summarise a captured moment!

By scanning through our YouTube channel [CLICK HERE], simply find a clip that you like and tell us – in no more than 200 words – what it meant to you.

Was it one of your favourite ever City moments? Did it encapsulate a moment in your life away from the game? Did it simply define a favourite player of yours? Or perhaps it was your favourite off-field moment from a community or fan event!

Send a link to your favourite Bluebirds YouTube video and your 200 words to us at any stage between now and July 1st. Email it to prog@cardiffcityfc.co.uk

We’ll put the best ones up on the official club website throughout the summer weeks – plus an invite to attend a 2016/17 fixture with the Communications Department to see the game through the eyes of the press and media!

Club Journalist Will Pallot has kicked us off with this one. Scroll to the bottom of article for the YouTube link he references!

"City were already one up at Ashton Gate after Lex Immers had opened the scoring in the first half. We had dominated the match from the kick-off, but were still on the hunt for the second goal to make sure of the Severnside Derby bragging rights…

"Stuart O’Keefe started the move himself, playing it forward to Immers, before the Dutchman spread the play to Tom Lawrence. When his shot cannoned back off the crossbar, O’Keefe was Johnny-on-the-spot to nod home from six yards out.

"What a time to score your first ever goal for City! As O’Keefe and his teammates celebrated in the corner at Ashton Gate, the travelling fans went bonkers at the other end of the ground. The derby day victory was confirmed.

"It was a great moment for O’Keefe, who had begun to establish himself as a regular in the Cardiff City engine room, after breaking into the side earlier in the season. The result saw us keep up the pressure on the top six, and sent 1,500 Bluebirds back over the Severn Bridge with smiles on their faces."