A round-up of another superb week for the Bluebirds...
THREE WINS ON THE SPIN...
Following last weekend's excellent 2-0 victory away to Leeds United, City have kept their winning momentum going in spectacular style this week.
First came Valentine's Day evening at Pride Park, as Kadeem Harris' brace and Craig Noone's wonder-goal saw the Bluebirds fight back from two goals down against Derby County, before Joe Ralls' last-minute penalty secured all three points.
Watch highlights of Derby County 3-4 Cardiff City here!
Then, the Bluebirds welcomed Rotherham United to CCS, romping to a spectacular 5-0 victory, with Kadeem Harris, Junior Hoilett, Craig Noone and Kenneth Zohore (2) all getting on the score-sheet.
CLICK HERE to read and watch full reaction from Neil Warnock, Kadeem Harris and Craig Noone, with full highlights available here from midday (19/02)!
Cardiff City are next in action at home to Fulham on Saturday 25th February, before travelling to QPR on Saturday 4th March - TICKETS HERE!
ST HOLDER & PREMIER CLUB OFFER | BIRMINGHAM CITY
Season Ticket Holders and Premier Club Members will be able to invite guests at special discounted rates for our March 11th clash with Birmingham City FC.
Find out more…
On Monday, Cardiff City’s U23 Development side put in a spirited performance to come back and beat Burnley 2-1 in the Premier League Cup. Match Report here.
Then, on Saturday, the Bluebirds' U18 side defeated QPR 3-1 at Leckwith Stadium with goals from Keenan Patten, Cai Williams and Sion Spence. Match Report here.
This week, Cardiff City FC have been pleased to reveal our brand new Grassroots Rewards scheme.
Grassroots Rewards is designed to support local clubs financially and, in the long run, improve the overall standard of the grassroots game.
Find out more here!
ST PARTNER OF THE WEEK | COURT COLMAN MANOR HOTEL
Cardiff City FC’s Season Ticket Partner of the Week has been Court Colman Manor Hotel.
More on our ST Partner of the Week here...
GOAL-LINE TECHNOLOGY TO BE INTRODUCED TO EFL
EFL clubs have agreed in principle to introduce goal-line technology into the Sky Bet Championship from the 2017/18 season.
Similar technology has been in operation in the Premier League since the 2013/14 season and is also already utilised in the latter stages of the EFL Cup and the Sky Bet EFL Play-Offs. Find further information here.