Cardiff City Stadium

Matchday Guide | City vs. QPR

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The Bluebirds take on the R's at Cardiff City Stadium on Boxing Day.

Cardiff City vs. Queens Park Rangers. Monday, December 26th, 2022. Kick-Off: 5:15pm

Cardiff City supporters

Tickets for our clash with the Hoops are available to purchase now, starting at just £21 for adults and £9 for U16s! Click here to secure your seat.

The Ticket Office will be open on matchday until half-time. 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 2022/23 Match Ticket pricing here, with our match against Queens Park Rangers listed as a gold category fixture.

Ninian Park train station
Industrial action | Monday 26th December

Please be aware that due to planned industrial action, railway timetables will be severely disrupted on Boxing Day.

There will be no Great Western Railway or Transport for Wales services operating on matchday. 

Supporters are advised to plan their journey to Cardiff City Stadium in advance and leave more time than usual.

Shelter Cymru 2022
City support Shelter Cymru

The football community knows the importance of home. But this year, thousands of people will be spending Christmas in hostels, on friends’ sofas, or even sleeping in freezing cars.

This is something we can’t ignore. So, we are making a stand. We’re proud to support Shelter Cymru by wearing our away colours this Boxing Day, to show our support and raise vital funds for those with no safe place to call home.

Shelter Cymru’s frontline services are braced for an incredibly tough winter as the cost-of-living crisis bites, with 1 in 4 people in Wales afraid they may become homeless within a year.

Whether you are watching at the ground or following along from home this Christmas, join the movement fighting to defend the right to a safe, secure and affordable home for everyone.

Get involved by swapping your home colours for an away or third kit and text ‘HOME’ to 70480 to donate £10. You can also donate by clicking here.

Every penny donated will be spent in Wales, and will help bring someone in our nation a step closer to finding, and keeping, a home. You can learn more about Shelter Cymru and the work they do here.

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 5:15pm.

The gates at CCS will open at 3:45pm – 90 minutes before kick-off against Queens Park Rangers. Hospitality areas will open at 2:45pm.

Limited matchday parking will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at £10 per car. Payments will be cash only, and 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.

Cardiff City FC SuperStore
Superstore | Open at midday on Boxing Day!

The Cardiff City Superstore will open at midday on Boxing Day!

Alongside our new home, away and third kits, which are now available in Women's sizes for the first time, City supporters can also pick up our new range of 2022/23 training wear, homeware and more!

The Superstore will reopen after the final whistle until 8pm.

Can’t get down to CCS on Boxing Day? Don’t worry – get your online order in here!

Ryan Wintle
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.

To register your interest and book a receiver, email ahead of Saturday's match. Click here for more information.

Love Football. Protect The Game.
Love Football. Protect the Game.

The FA, Premier League and EFL are together introducing new measures and stronger sanctions across the game to tackle the increased anti-social and criminal behaviours recently seen within football grounds and underline the importance of a safe matchday environment. 

 The new set of actions, which will be implemented across all English football leagues from the start of Season 2022/23 and backed by the Football Supporters’ Association, will target activity such as entering the pitch without permission, carrying or using smoke bombs or pyrotechnics and throwing objects - as well as drug use and discriminatory behaviour.  

These acts are dangerous, illegal and have severe consequences. They have no place in football, or anywhere.

Any supporters who experience or witness any anti-social behaviour, directly or indirectly, should contact us by emailing or texting 07554 158224, giving as much detail as possible (including row, seat number and a description of the incident).

Using video evidence and stewarding practices, we will do our utmost to identify anti-social individuals and ensure that they are no longer able to attend Cardiff City fixtures and are reported to the Police. We do not consider them supporters of our Club.

Find more information here.

Anti Discrimination
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.

Cedric Kipre, Mark Harris, Callum Robinson

We get underway at 5:15pm on Monday!

See you at CCS for our festive fixture, Bluebirds!