Cardiff City vs. Middlesbrough | Your Matchday Guide!
Ahead of City's return to CCS for Saturday afternoon's fixture against Middlesbrough, this handy guide will give you the lowdown on how to get the most out of your matchday experience!
Can't make it to CCS?
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UK subscribers can listen to live audio commentary of Saturday's match!
Getting to CCS
There are many ways to get to CCS, whether you're travelling by car, public transport, or on foot. The location of CCS is ideal for arrival by train, as the ground is within walking distance of both Ninian Park and Grangetown stations.
Ninian Park station is a stone's throw away from the stadium, while Grangetown is easy enough to find at the end of Sloper Road!
Returning to CCS for the 2019/20 Sky Bet Championship season is shared transportation service Zeelo!
Zeelo offer direct travel in an executive coach straight to CCS, with 35 pick-ups and 5 routes across South Wales.
If you're travelling from the centre of Cardiff, Cardiff Bus is also running their usual matchday service for Saturday afternoon's fixture, with a shuttle bus being available from the city centre (on Wood Street, just off Central Square) to CCS from 1pm.
You can head to Cardiff Bus' website for more information, and check their social media channels for updates on the day.
With Saturday's match against Boro kicking off at 3pm, the gates for Cardiff City Stadium will be opening an hour and a half before at 1:30pm, giving you plenty of time to get settled in and find your seats!
The TV Network will begin its schedule of programmes from then. The First Team, Development side, Academy and Women’s Team are all covered on matchdays, thanks to Cardiff City TV.
You can enjoy all of our matchday programming in every stand on our 110” RICOH projector screens.
Once you get to the ground, regardless of which stand you're sitting in you will find that there is plenty to do!
In the Family Stand, Cardiff City FC Foundation will be keeping all of the Junior Bluebirds entertained ahead of kick-off with their usual fun blend of games and activities. Keep an eye out for a visit to the Family Stand for some very special guests!
You may have seen the exciting news recently that we have our first ever Welsh WWE Champions! Mark Andrews and Flash Morgan Webster stunned the Grizzled Young Veterans (Zack Gibson and James Drake) and Gallus (Mark Coffey and Wolfgang) to delight the NXT UK Takeover: Cardiff crowd on August 31st and claim the NXT UK Tag Team Championships.
If you’ve never had the chance to witness South Wales Subculture (Andrews & Morgan Webster’s Tag Team name) in action – you’re missing out. Highflyers – and hard hitters with a proud Welsh background. Andrews & Morgan Webster, who hail from Cardiff and Blaenau Gwent, respectively, will visit the Family Stand tomorrow afternoon, and have told us how much they’re looking forward to meeting City supporters in the concourse ahead of kick-off. They’ve made the Motorpoint go crazy – and are ready for another home coming welcome. If you’re a big wrestling fan, then this is an opportunity that you won’t want to miss. Congrats on the title win, lads!
This season's fourth issue of Cardiff City FC's official matchday programme, The Bluebird, is out ahead of the match, with featuring an exclusive feature interview with City defender Aden Flint! The Bluebird is available around CCS ahead of kick-off, so why not pick up your copy ahead of heading into the ground for only £3!
Cardiff City FC's Matchday Veterans Hub will be running in Block 111 of the Ninian Stand this afternoon, opening its doors for the first time. The Hub will be there to provide a safe space for Veterans and members of the Armed Forces Community to get together pre-match. This new community feature will be available as soon as the gates open and is available to those with tickets from Block 118 – 205. More information can be found at www.cardiffcityfcfoundation.org.uk/veteranshub.
Also joining us for Saturday's fixture will be the Welsh Guards, who will be walking out on to the pitch ahead of kick-off. The Welsh Guards is Wales’s senior Infantry Regiment, specialising in light role operations and ceremonial duties.
Cardiff City kick-off their match against Middlesbrough at 3pm! Don't miss a second of the action by ensuring that you're in your seat ahead of KO.
See you at CCS!