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Cardiff City Football Club is a professional association football club based in Cardiff, Wales. Participate in the championship, the second layer of the English football league system. Established as the Riverside A.F.C., in 1899, the club changed its name to Cardiff City in 1908, entered the Southern Football League in 1910, and then joined the English Football League in 1920. The most extended period is between 1921 and 1929. The latest of their top season was the 2018-19 Premier League season.

Cardiff is the only team to win the FA Cup in 1927 outside England. They have also reached three other cup finals in English competitions, with the 1925 FA Cup final against Sheffield United, the 2008 FA Cup final against Portsmouth, and the 2012 Football League Cup final against Liverpool. They have won the Welsh Cup 22 times and are the second most successful team in tournament history after Wrexham.


Except for a short time in this century, the team has played in blue and white home colors since 1908 and is nicknamed “Bluebird”. Cardiff’s first permanent site was Ninian Park, which opened in 1910. It had been in use for 99 years before the club moved to Cardiff City Stadium in 2009. Cardiff has a long-standing rivalry with nearby Club Swansea City, known as the South Wales derby, and Bristol City, known as the Severnside derby. The club’s record performer is Billy Hardy, who has played 590 times at Placepel in 20 years with Cardiff. The goal scorer for their record is Len Davies with 179 goals.

Following the rally at Cardiff’s lithographic artist Bartley Wilson, the club was founded in 1899 as Riverside AF. As a way to keep Riverside Cricket Club players together and in shape during the winter. In the first season, we played friendly matches against the locals on the grounds of Sofia Gardens. In 1900, they participated in the first competitive season of the Cardiff & District League. When King Edward VII granted Cardiff city status in 1905, the club called on the South Wales and Monmouthshire Football Association to change Cardiff City’s name. The request was turned down because they were considered not playing at a high enough level. To enhance their position, the team arranged for participation in the South Wales Amateur League in 1907. The following year, permission given to renaming the club to Cardiff City.

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