Away Days - Travel Guide | Birmingham City vs. Cardiff City
The Bluebirds visit Birmingham City for our Carabao Cup Round Two fixture on Tuesday evening.
Supporters can purchase tickets for this fixture from the Cardiff City Ticket Office until midday on matchday.
Tickets can be collected from the Cardiff City Ticket Office until 2pm on matchday. Any tickets not collected by 2pm will be taken to Birmingham and made available for collection at the away turnstiles - please bring Photo ID to collect.
Tickets will also be available to purchase at St. Andrew's Stadium. No price increase, but these sales will be cash only.
By Car: Birmingham is located in the West Midlands, and the journey by car or coach from Cardiff City Stadium to the home of the Blues will take approximately two and a half hours, via the M50 and M5. Sat Nav postcode: B9 4RL.
Unfortunately, there is no designated away supporter parking available at the ground, however street parking is available in the vicinity of the ground.
By Train: The closest train station to St. Andrew's is Bordesley, which operates only on home matchdays. Travel from Birmingham Moor Street in the City Centre. The last train leaving Bordesley after full time is at 10:55pm. We advise that you allow at least 15 minutes to walk from the stadium to the train station.
By Bus: The ground is served by a number of bus routes. Buses which travel to the stadium are the number 17 & 60 buses. For more information and timetables, please click here to visit the Network West Midlands travel site.
A taxi to the ground from Birmingham City Centre will cost roughly between £6 and £8.
With a capacity of 29,409, St. Andrew's Stadium was constructed and opened in 1906 to replace the Muntz Street Ground.
Away supporters will be situated in the Gil Merrick Lower Stand, behind the goal. The Gil Merrick Stand houses a combination of home and away supporters.
If you experience or witness any form of discriminatory or offensive behaviour, please do not hesitate to anonymously text 07484 070422 with the row and seat number of the offender, followed by the nature of the problem.
Our Supporter Liaison Officer, Paul Corkrey, will be in attendance at the stadium on matchday. If you require any assistance, please contact him on 07484 070422. Alternatively, follow @CardiffCitySLO on Twitter for further supporter updates.
Pies and Pints
Refreshments are available in the Away Supporters’ concourse. The club offer a range of pies, burgers, hot dogs and chocolate.
Alcoholic and soft drinks can also be purchased for consumption in this area.
If you're making the most of your trip in Birmingham and spending some extra time in the West Midlands, why not check out some of these top tourist attractions?
Bull Ring – A major shopping area in central Birmingham, which has been an important feature of the city since the Middle Ages, when its market was first held.
Cadbury World – The Cadbury factory is located in the historic village of Bournville, where the company first started making chocolate over 100 years ago. The attraction gives guests the chance to step into the world of Cadbury, with a self-guided tour.
National Sea Life Centre - The National Sealife Centre is home to over 2000 creatures and the UK's only 360 ocean tunnel.