Your weekly round-up of Bluebirds news...
CITY 0-2 NEWCASTLE UNITED
On Friday evening, the Bluebirds slipped to a defeat to already-promoted Newcastle United, in City's final home game of the 2016/17 campaign.
Ahead of the match, we welcomed former skipper Darren Purse onto to the pitch to meet the City faithful. Members of Fred Keenor's family were also introduced to the crowd, as we continue to mark the ninetieth anniversary of the Bluebirds' FA Cup triumph.
You can watch full match highlights of City vs Newcastle United here...
ZOHORE SIGNS NEW CITY DEAL
Shortly before kick-off against the Magpies, we were delighted to announce that Kenneth Zohore signed a new contract at Cardiff City Stadium, keeping him with the Bluebirds until the summer of 2020.
In case you missed it, the Cardiff City Superstore has a superb offer on City's 2016/17 replica home shirts - which are now available for just £10!
EFL COMMUNITY DAY OF ACTION
On Tuesday, all 72 EFL clubs came together for the EFL’s Community Day of Action to highlight and showcase the impact of their work in towns and cities nationwide.
The Cardiff City Foundation combined the Community Day of Action with a session as part of the Kinder+Sport: Move & Learn Project at Blaengwawr Primary School, with Paralympics GB's Rhys Jones also in attendance!
THE LAST GAME OF '16/17
The Bluebirds travel to Yorkshire to face Huddersfield Town on Sunday, 7th May for their final match of the 2016/17 season (kick-off 12pm).
Tickets are on sale to current Season Ticket holders, Gold Members and Junior Bluebirds Members via the Ticket Office in person, on 0845 345 1400, or online.
AWARDS NIGHT 2017...
Cardiff City's annual Awards Night takes place on Sunday evening at Cardiff City Stadium, with tickets for the event already sold out.
Neil Warnock and his First Team squad will be in attendance for the ceremony - keep an eye on our social media channels for updates from the ceremony!