The Cardiff City Stadium is one of the leading football stadiums in Cardiff, Wales. It is the home of the Wales national football team and Cardiff City Football Club. Now, the venue has a 33280 people seating capacity. This means that it is also the 24th biggest stadium in the whole UK and the second largest stadium in Cardiff (after the Millennium Stadium). The stadium also hosted matches of Cardiff Blues rugby team. The date of official opening is 22 July 2009.
The stadium is located in Leckwith area of Cardiff, which makes it easily accessible if you are travelling by train, bus or a car.
By train and tube: the closest railway station would be the Grangetown Station, which is approximately 5 to 10 minutes walk away from the Cardiff City Stadium. You can get here by taking the connecting train from the main station of Cardiff - Cardiff Central. There are also direct trains from all major cities of England.
By car: in case you are travelling to the Stadium by car, its location is easily accessible from the M4. Exit the road at Junction 33 and take the A4232 to Cardiff/Barry. You will see the signpost towards Cardiff City Stadium when you take B4267. When you reach a roundabout, take the first left, and you will see the venue on the right-hand side.
International: if you are travelling to the Stadium from the Cardiff Airport, the best way to get there is to take the bus T9 to the Wallston Castle and then switch to the 96A and get off at the Wellington Street bus stop. The Stadium will be in 11 minutes walking distance.
Please note that parking at the Stadium is limited. Parking spaces are mostly designated for Season Ticket Holders, and people with diabilities. However, there are other parking lots available within a short walking distance.
Access for people with special needs
The venue offers 20 accessible toilets, available on each level. Catering kiosks and shops are fully accessible as they have low level serving counters. There are also facilities for assistance dogs available for your convenience.