St Mary's Stadium

Away Days – Travel Guide | Southampton vs. Cardiff City

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It's a sold-out away end on Saturday as the Bluebirds travel to St. Mary's to face Southampton.
Travel Tips

Travelling by car from Cardiff City Stadium to the home of Southampton will take approximately three hours. The fastest route is via the M4 and A34.

There's no general admission parking onsite at St. Mary's. Off-site parking is available via BigParking at St. Mary's Catholic Primary School. Pre-booking is advised, which can be done by clicking here.

Southampton is served by Southampton Central Railway Station, which is approximately a mile from the stadium – roughly a 20-minute walk. Find information on shuttle buses to St Mary's Stadium via the travel Mayflower website.

Supporters are urged to check Great Western Railway for travel updates due to industrial action - click here.

To get to St Mary's Stadium, hop on the Bluestar 3Bluestar 16, or Bluestar 18 which stops on Britannia Road, a short walk from the stadium. You can also catch the Bluestar 7, stopping at City College, which is also a short walk from the stadium.

St. Mary's
Away End

With a capacity of 32,284, St. Mary's Stadium is the seventh largest ground in the division this season.

Away supporters will be located in the The Northam Stand.

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

City supporters are also welcome to enjoy pre-match refreshments on offer at Yates and Slug & Lettuce in the city centre.

Food and drink will be available in the concourse at St. Mary's on Saturday afternoon.

St Mary's Stadium
Tourist Time

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

SeaCity Museum – Southampton’s leading interactive attraction and the home of Southampton’s Titanic story.

Solent Sky Museum - This museum showcases the history of aviation in Southampton and the surrounding area, one of the most important areas in the world for aircraft development in the 20th century.

Stonehenge - One of the world’s most famous prehistoric monument, an hour away from Southampton.