Information for all supporters travelling to the Cardiff City Stadium this weekend as the Clarets take on Cardiff in the Premier League.
To download the full visiting supporters guide, please click HERE.
Cardiff City Football Club would like to thank you for purchasing your tickets. We look forward to welcoming you to Cardiff City Stadium and wish you a safe journey to and from the venue.
We have an away parking area located in the away compound of CCS (accessible up until 30 minutes prior to kick-off), which can be accessed via Sloper Road (next to the HSS Hire Shop). Tickets cost £10 per car. There is parking for coaches, disabled supporters and a limited number of spaces for fans who arrive early (immediately adjacent to the away turnstiles).
There after, further parking for visiting supporters is available at Bessemer Road’s Wholesale Market carpark (CF118BA) - less than a five minute walk from Cardiff City Stadium. Parking here costs £5 per vehicle. Cardiff City FC politely asks all those attending events at CCS to respect local residents by not parking in a way that obstructs footways and/or private entrances. Cardiff Council enforcement officers and South Wales Police officers work event days and will check that all vehicles are parked legally.
Visiting supporters are advised to drink in the city centre where pubs are neutral venues.
How to use your ticket to get into the stadium
• Check your ticket for your turnstile number.
• Have your ticket ready on approaching your turnstile.
• Place the ticket into the reader.
• Make sure the barcode is under the scanner.
• Once the light goes GREEN proceed through to the stadium and enjoy the match. If the light goes RED please notify a Customer Support Steward.
Visiting supporter & Disabled Liaison Officers
To help visiting supporters enjoy their time here at the Cardiff City Stadium, we have a Get on with the Match liaison officer. The GOWTM officer will be on hand to deal with any questions or problems you may have during your visit and can be found in the away area. Your Liaison Officer's name at Cardiff City FC is Debbie Thomas.
We also have dedicated disabled liaison stewards on hand to assist disabled supporters. They work alongside a number of stewards in the away supporters area who will be happy to assist.
The Supporter Liaison & Disability Access Officer at Cardiff City FC is Adam Gilliatt who can be contacted directly via firstname.lastname@example.org or through Twitter @CardiffCitySLO. If you have any problems or queries, please do not hesitate to contact him.