Coventry Building Society Arena

Away Days - Travel Guide | Coventry City vs. Cardiff City

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The Bluebirds travel to the Coventry Building Society Arena to take on Coventry City on Monday, April 1st, 3pm KO. 

Tickets can no longer be purchased via the Cardiff City Ticket Office.

Supporters can buy tickets at the Coventry Building Society Arena on matchday. These sales will be cash only, from the away turnstiles.

Collections and reprints will be available to collect from outside the away turnstiles.

If you have any queries regarding your ticket, please contact our SLO Paul Corkrey on 07484 070422

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The car journey from Cardiff City Stadium to the home of Coventry City will take approximately two-and-a-half hours, via the M50, M5, M42 and M6 toll.

For away fans, Car Park C is the closest available paid car park to the away end. Parking is £12 per game when booked in advance, and can be booked here.

Car Parking is also available to book here from BigParking, our host's official car parking partner.

Supporters travelling by train from Cardiff Central should take a CrossCountry service and change at Birmingham New Street to reach Coventry. The journey time is two-and-a-half-hours.

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With a capacity of 32,609, the Coventry Building Society Arena is the sixth-largest ground in the Sky Bet Championship this season.

Away supporters will be located in the South Stand.

Turnstiles open from 2 hours before kick-off. The ground operate ticket barcode scanners on entry, so please make sure you have your ticket ready and it is in good condition.

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.

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Food and Drink (soft drinks and alcohol) is available within the South Stand concourse from 90 minutes before kick-off. 

All kiosks are cashless, with only card payment available.

Supporters are advised to use the following pubs:

  • The Flying Standard, 10 Trinity St, Coventry, CV1 1FL
  • Earl of Mercia, 18 High St, Coventry, CV1 5RE
  • Longford Engine, 270 Bedworth Rd, Longford, Coventry, CV6 6BP         
Coventry Building Society Arena

If you're making the most of your trip to Coventry and spending some extra time in the West Midlands, why not check out some of these top tourist attractions?

Coventry Transport Museum – State-of-the-art museum covering public transportation, the auto industry, cycling and eco concerns.

Coombe Abbey Country Park - 500-acre park offering walking and wildlife in woods and by lakes, a restaurant and craft studios.

Herbert Art Gallery & Museum - Eclectic, hands-on local history and culture displays from collections, plus temporary art shows.