Feel-good factor in full swing at Cardiff City Stadium

Fine footballing form has meant the Cardiff City Stadium is a buoyant venue this season.

Cardiff City Stadium, the home of Championship side Cardiff City Football Club and also Welsh national football, finds itself a place of pilgrimage on a weekly basis as locals come for their fix of sport.

A statue of former Cardiff City player, Fred Keenor, holding the FA Cup. Behind, a jubilant celebratory shot of current Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock adorned on the stadium. Arms raised in celebration has been commonplace at the stadium this season.

Cardiff City Football Club’s stadium announcer, Huw Day, spoke of the feel-good factor around the stadium this year with the team impressing on the pitch.

After a strong start this season the club is currently sitting second in the Championship and enjoying prosperous times. Stadium announcer Huw Day spoke of the good vibes around the stadium this season saying, “Because Cardiff are doing well everything becomes easier. People are happy around here. People come to work and can do their job smiling.”
The fine form of Cardiff City’s players has seen stands filled this year and bums on seats.

Now is probably the time to visit the wonderful venue and take sight of some of its famous stands including the Canton and the Ninian.
Business has been booming at the stadium with ticket sales going strong on match day.