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TWTW | MATCH-DAY AWARD & TICKET OFFERS

8 November 2016

A recap of the past week, for any City news you may have missed...


HUDDERSFIELD TOWN: TICKET OFFERS


On Monday, we were delighted to announce that Season Ticket Holders can invite up to four guests at a special discounted rate for our clash with Huddersfield Town on Saturday, 19th November 2016.

All current Season Ticket Holders are entitled to bring four guests for only £10* per adult or £5 per junior, 16-21 or senior guest.* BEST MATCH DAY EXPERIENCE AWARD

For more info on our ST Holder offer and to secure your tickets, click here!

. [details here] can bring up to four guests for as little as £20 per person Cardiff City Premier Club Members Meanwhile,




Cardiff City Football Club has been recognised as offering the ‘Best Match Day Experience’ at the 2016 Football Business Awards.

At the prestigious ceremony held at Arsenal FC’s Emirates Stadium, the Bluebirds saw off a host of Premier League competition including Everton and Premier League Champions, Leicester City.

Find out more here!

FAW YOUTH CUP | CARDIFF CITY 9-1 TREDEGAR TOWN


Cardiff City’s U19s fired nine goals past Tredegar Town to reach the third round of the FAW Youth Cup on Sunday, 30th October 2016.

The Bluebirds will now face Swansea City in the next round. For more Academy results & reports click here, with highlights available on Cardiff City Player HD.

U23 | CARDIFF CITY 3-0 CRYSTAL PALACE


Cardiff City's U23 side defeated Crystal Palace, 3-0, at Cardiff City Stadium on Monday evening with Frédéric Gounongbe and a double from Kenneth Zohore securing victory.

Full highlights of the match are available to view here!

#CLUBGOTM: OCTOBER


On Friday, we launched our fourth #CLUBGOTM competition of 2016/17, with supporters able to pick their favourite of nine fantastic goals scored in October.

Watch the goals and have your say here!

NEWCASTLE UNITED 2-1 CARDIFF CITY


Cardiff City fell to a 2-1 defeat against league leaders Newcastle United at St James' Park on November 5th.

Neil Warnock's men battled bravely in the match, but Peter Whittingham's second half strike wasn't quite enough for City in front of 51,257 fans.

Free match highlights of Newcastle vs City are available to view here.


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