Cardiff City Stadium will host Cardiff City FC’s charity partner, Cancer Research Wales, on Thursday, 3rd May.
The evening will commemorate the 15th anniversary of our 2003 side’s promotion to the Championship (then Division One), following that special day at the Millennium Stadium.
Supporters will have the opportunity to meet some of the heroes from that sunny afternoon and relive the success of the 1-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers.
The evening will be hosted by BBC Wales football correspondent, Rob Phillips, with a number of other special guests set to attend.
The event will take place at Cardiff City Stadium’s Ricoh Suite, commencing at 7.00pm. The evening will include a meet & greet, charity introduction, curry buffet, Q&A session, raffle, auction and some very special thank you messages.
Tickets for this event are £20 per head, or £200 for a table of ten. This is your chance to get up close and personal with former Bluebirds, whilst supporting a very worthy cause. Tickets are limited and can be purchased HERE.
Funds raised from the evening will help to bring advances in cancer prevention, treatment and cure closer to home - to achieve a Wales without Cancer.
For updates on the event and the announcement of further attendees, follow Cancer Research Wales’ Twitter account: @cancer_wales.