Matchday Guide | Cardiff City vs. Norwich City
Our final match before the international break sees the Canaries head to CCS!
Cardiff City vs. Norwich City. Saturday, November 11th, 2023. Kick-off: 3pm
Tickets for our clash with the Canaries are available to purchase now. The Ticket Office will be open on matchday from 10am until half time.
General Adult tickets start from £22 with Seniors (60+) from £18, 16-21 years from £13 & Juniors U16 from £10. Click here to secure your seat.
If visiting the Ticket Office before kick-off, supporters are asked to arrive as early as possible, taking possible queue times into consideration. Please note that the preferred method of payment is by card.
Find full 2023/24 Match Ticket pricing here, with our match against Norwich City listed as a silver category fixture.
Planned engineering works
Engineering work is taking place between Cardiff Central and Llantwit Major, closing all railway lines.
Buses will replace trains between Cardiff Central and Penarth / Barry / Barry Island / Bridgend, including services to Ninian Park and Grangetown.
Plan your journey to CCS by clicking here.
Cardiff City vs. Norwich City | Match Sponsors
We'd like to extend a warm welcome to our Match Sponsors for Saturday's match.
Match Sponsor - Howells Solicitors
Match Ball Sponsor - ApeStride
Man of the Match Sponsor - The Vale Resort
Match Programme Sponsor - The Barber Shop Llandaff
Click here to find out more.
CCS Shuttle Bus returns
Cardiff Bus are running shuttle buses between the city centre and Cardiff City Stadium for league games during the 2023/24 season.
Buses departs from Wood Street (Stop JA, near the junction with Havelock Street) and run every 15 minutes to CCS.
The service will run for 2 hours before kick‐off and will run back to the city centre for an hour after the final whistle.
Normal fares apply, and day/week/4 week and annual ticket are valid on this service. Look out for service 95 to Cardiff City Stadium!
Arriving at Cardiff City Stadium
Supporters are encouraged to arrive at Cardiff City Stadium in good time, so as to enter the ground as easily as possible ahead of kick-off at 3pm. The gates at CCS will open at 1:30pm – 90 minutes before kick-off against Norwich City.
Limited matchday parking will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at £10 per car. Car parks will close one hour before kick-off.
Our Supporter Liaison Officer, Paul Corkrey, will be in attendance at the stadium on matchday. If you require any assistance, please contact him on 07522 321389. Alternatively, follow @CardiffCitySLO on Twitter for further supporter updates.
If you are visiting CCS for the first time this season, why not take a look at our Home Supporters Guide? Click here to view.
Nathaniel's Kick For a Car | Coming to CCS tomorrow!
You could win a car for a year with Nathaniel Cars this season, by taking part in their Kick For A Car competition!
To enter, simply visit the Nathaniel Cars rig at Cardiff City Stadium ahead of kick-off on matchday. The Nathaniel Cars rig is located adjacent to the main Car Park, by the retail park walkway.
Click here to find out more!
SuperStore | 15% off baby and infant products
Get 15% off all baby and infant products in the Cardiff City SuperStore this weekend!
You can also get your hands on Cardiff City Women's home shirts, available to purchase now in-store.
The SuperStore will be open from 10am until kick-off, and then for 30 minutes after the final whistle.
Our Ninian Stand Store will be open from 12:30pm until kick-off.
Can’t get down to CCS? Don’t worry – get your online order in here!
The Bluebird | Cardiff City vs. Norwich City
Jak Alnwick features as the Bluebirds take on the Canaries. Hear from Jak in our Remembrance Day edition, and learn more about the careers of Craig Bellamy and Robert Earnshaw, who featured for both teams.
Pick up your copy of The Bluebird from CCS, or download a digital version from Zeeon for just £1.99!
Ahead of Kick-Off
Once inside CCS, you will be able to purchase food and drink from the stadium kiosks located around the concourses.
Please note: Payments at kiosks around CCS will be cashless throughout the season.
Following a change to policy, E-cigarettes/vaporisers are no longer permitted to be used in the seating bowl at CCS. Supporters who wish to use these devices are welcome to leave the ground at half-time to do so.
Audio Description Commentary Service
Cardiff City Football Club is delighted to continue the audio description commentary service at Cardiff City Stadium to promote access for all football fans this season. The service, provided by Alan March Sport Ltd, will be available at all future home fixtures also.
The free to use service for blind and vision impaired spectators will be available to both home and visiting fans, with our team of trained audio describers keeping up with play to the second to ensure listeners know exactly where the ball is and what is happening on the pitch.
Canton Stand stage - Roath Bambas
Roath Bambas are an explosive indie rock band hailing from the Welsh capital. Inspired by Idles, Arctic Monkeys and Rage against the Machine, along with Sol Bamba himself, the lads’ raw talent shines through their original songs.
Smashing some high-energy performances across the city this year, the boys are on the up, building a name for themselves in the Cardiff music scene. Keep an eye out for the Bambas across the city, and make sure to follow them on Instagram for updates!
Love Football. Protect The Game | Eliminate Tragedy Chanting
Cardiff City Football Club is committed to supporting the EFL football-wide initiative of ‘Love Football. Protect the Game’, introduced to improve fan and participant behaviour ahead of the 2023/24 season.
We ask all Bluebirds to enjoy this season in a responsible and respectful manner.
Any supporters who are concerned or affected by tragedy chanting or provocative gesturing are encouraged to contact the Club via our discrete and anonymous service, by texting or calling 07484 070422.
Read more here.
Together Against Discrimination
Football is for everyone. We might support different teams, but football unites and inspires us.
It is a game with many opinions. But there is one on which we should all agree.
Racism and discrimination is not welcome in our game. So if you hear it, report it - whether in the street, at Cardiff City Stadium or online.
And when you see players taking the knee ahead of the game as a simple and peaceful act of protest this season, please respect their choice.
Because we are all Together Against Discrimination.
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM
We welcome the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards who are currently based in Windsor to our clash with Norwich City. The 1st Battalion Welsh Guards were formed on 26 Feb 1915 by the order of HM King George V and since that day the Battalion has deployed on every major conflict including Falklands War, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Their current role sees them conducting State Ceremonial Public Duties and over the last 18 months seen them be part of the funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II and the Coronation of HM King Charles III.
Leading out the teams and laying wreaths will be Warrant Officer Class One Dan Cope who is the previous Regimental Sergeant Major and current Academy Sergeant Major at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. Accompanying him is drummer Wood who is part of the Welsh Guards Corp of Drums and Sgt Potts will play the last post prior to kick-off.
City kick-off against the Canaries at 3pm on Saturday.
See you at CCS, Bluebirds!