Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff
Categories: Fun & Games, Sports Complexes
The Cardiff City Stadium is a football stadium in the Leckwith area of Cardiff, Wales. It is the home of Cardiff City Football Club and the Wales national football team.Following expansion of the Ninian Stand in July, 2014; the stadium now officially holds 33,280 supporters - meaning that it is the 24th largest stadium in the United Kingdom in terms of capacity. The stadium replaced Ninian Park as Cardiff City's home ground in 2009, and is managed by Cardiff City Stadium Ltd., which is owned by Cardiff City Football Club Holdings Ltd. It also hosted the home matches of the Cardiff Blues rugby union team until the 2011–12 season, although originally the Blues had a lease until 2029.After the Millennium Stadium, it is the second largest stadium in Cardiff and in Wales. The stadium is part of the Leckwith development, which also includes the Cardiff International Sports Stadium. A branded sponsor name will be assigned as and when the naming rights are sold. The stadium was officially opened on 22 July 2009, with Cardiff City playing a friendly match against Celtic.OverviewThe stadium was built on the site of the former Cardiff Athletics Stadium and forms part of the larger Leckwith development. The 60acre development was estimated to cost £100m and include construction of the following: A 28,018 seater stadiumA new athletics stadium (Cardiff International Sports Stadium)470000sqft retail development between 13 major retailers (Capital Retail Park)A housing development on the site of Ninian ParkBrand new 70 room hotel with bar & restaurantA new road systemMake Cardiff City Stadium part of your personalized Cardiff itinerary using our Cardiff vacation generator.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
Good parking nearby, an important international match, a passionate, well-behaved crowd, easy access, an excellent view of the pitch, what could possibly spoil the occasion? Chaotic, unorganised, 25-p... read more »
What a day, your fans never made a noise from the start. Empty seats every where, and we won 2 nill. MOT Leeds Leeds Leeds
We were visiting Cardiff for one day, sitting in the bar, watching the Wales - Moldova game and suddenly we realised that the game was near by. Because our son is a great fan of Gareth Bale, we wanted... read more »
My partner and I I attended the Rod Stewart concert we had Diamond level tickets which meant food etc The service was non-existant, the drinks took over 45 minutes to arrive - the food took even longer, no-one was allocated to our table - we missed the mariachi band and the begining of Rod Stewarts daughter as we were still having our meals delivered!!! for the price it was abysmal thank goodness Rod Stewart was fantastic great example of a mis-managed event
I attended the fabulous Stereophonics gig last night. The bands were brilliant, but whoever was in charge of the organisation of the stadium wants sacking! The queues for EVERYTHING were horrendous, i.e.the loos, the food, the bars, the smoking area, everything. At one point heading to the portaloos outside gate 4, only one side of a double door was open (the "security" man by it said he wasn't allowed to open the other door) - people were rammed solid for about twenty minutes, unable to get in or out leading to many frustrated and angry people. I spoke to one man who had travelled up from Surrey who was so fed up being unable to get a drink or take a pee, that he was leaving half way through the gig. The whole situation was totally unsafe and it is lucky no major incident happened as a result. Having attended the Manic street preachers gig at Swansea liberty stadium last weekend, there was no comparison: there the queues were minimal, they had people walking around inside and out selling drinks as well as at the bars, the smoking areas were huge and easily accessible, as were the loos, altogether a much better run and enjoyable experience. Please sort it out Cardiff city football club!
I'm a bit biased, but CCS is a bright, modern new stadia in Cardiff, literally over the road from where Ninian Park used to be. Views are great from any of the seats and there is a wide range of facilities in the retail park for pregame food and drink. Inside the ground, the large concourse is fitted with plenty of TVs to allow fans to watch other matches and keep up to date with scores from other games. Away fans get looked after by the club too and do well to create a family atmosphere for everyone.
I was here for a music event. They put on a great show and I found it to be a comfortable, convenient venue.
Wanted to buy a plastic bottle of water to drink through out Sir Rod Stewart's concert. Water was £2 but the sales attendant took the top off the bottle & wouldn't sell it with the top!!!!! We didn't want to drink it all straight away. Really shoddy when other people are wondering around with glasses bottles. Needless to say you lost a number of purchases.
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Visit for 1h 30m
Visit for 1h 30m
Visit for 1h 30m
Visit for 4h
Visit for 1h 30m
Visit for 2h 30m
Visit for 2h
Visit for 3h
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.