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Although a pre-season friendly against was played at the ground with limited capacity to test safety features, the stadium was officially opened with a friendly against Scottish side on 22 July 2009. The season, when they finished in 14th position, was Cardiff's worst performance in the top tier of English Football since winning promotion six seasons before. Welsh Football League Division One 2 34 23 7 4 67 33 +34 76 3rd of 18?? They finished the in 19th place, resulting in manager Fred Stewart tendering his resignation from his post after 22 years in charge. The matches were played at grounds in Cardiff and nearby towns so as to gauge the level of public interest in the team. Archived from on 26 February 2009.

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Cardiff City FC

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Welsh Football League Division One 2 34 21 6 7 72 33 +39 69 4th of 18?? Following the club's name change to Cardiff City in 1908, they adopted a blue shirt and white or blue shorts and socks, although for the first nine years black socks were used. Promotion to the second tier in 2003 brought further increases in numbers. After lengthy talks with senior players and fans, he decided the best policy was not to change the name of the club. Cardiff's largest victory was a 16—0 victory over in the fifth round of the Welsh Cup in 1962. In total they have only ever played 20 Football League games against each other.

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Cardiff Wales statistics, table, results, fixtures

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Archived from on 5 October 2016. They were later eliminated after losing the second leg 2—0. Welsh Football League Division One 2 30 19 5 6 63 26 +37 62 1st of 16 Promoted?? Welsh Football League Division One 2 34 16 6 12 61 52 +9 54 5th of 18?? Cardiff City playing at in 1983 During the 1960s, Cardiff participated in for the first time as a result of winning the Welsh Cup, which granted qualification to the newly created. Their first ever match in European competition was in the tournament during the 1964—65 season against Danish side. The group became notorious for their violent clashes with rival supporters and brawls between sets of supporters at football matches and other events.

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The player who has won the most caps as a Cardiff player is who won 39 caps for Wales during his spell with the club. Cardiff Metropolitan University Football Club : Clwb Pêl-droed Prifysgol Met Caerdydd are a Welsh club, of the of , based in , Cardiff that plays in the , having been promoted from in 2016. Cardiff College made their Welsh Cup debut in 1964, defeating 3—2 in their inaugural game and Dunlop Semtex 3—0 in the third round before suffering elimination in round 4 at the hands of Merthyr Tydfil. They were relegated to the once in the season and, despite returning to the Third Division on two occasions, they finished in their lowest-ever league position in —22nd of 24 in Division Three. During the season, Cardiff reached the quarter-finals of the Cup Winners Cup where they faced Spanish side. First final was in the 1924-25 season as runners-up after losing 0-1 to and second in the 1926-27 season as winners 1-0 in the final against. In 2011, the club appointed as manager.

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They were relegated after in 1957, after struggling in the bottom half of the table for three seasons. Archived from on 16 May 2013. Solskjær himself was sacked on 18 September 2014 after a disappointing start to the following Championship season, and replaced by manager. Welsh Football League Division Two 3 30 20 6 4 86 24 +62 66 1st of 16 Promoted?? The Who's Who of Cardiff City. Three of the four stands retained the names used at Ninian Park—the Grange End, the Canton Stand and the Grandstand—and the fourth stand was named the Ninian Stand.

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Once again the club struggled and were demoted to the Welsh League Division 3 following the inception of the League of Wales in 1992. Results continued to be disappointing and, in March 1934, was given the opportunity to manage the club he had supported as a youngster. It hosted its first international match in March 1911 with a Welsh match against. Since 2010 the club has been owned by the Malaysian business man Vincent Tan. Whilst the club had enjoyed Amateur Cup success and were now regulars in the Welsh Cup, it wasn't until the 1972—73 season that the Archers took their place in the Welsh league, finishing a creditable 7th in their first season. Welsh Football League Division One 2 34 15 6 13 65 49 +16 51 9th of 18?? The team have spent 17 seasons in the top tier of English football since, the longest period being between 1921 and 1929.

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. There is also a lesser rivalry with Welsh neighbours Newport County due to the proximity of the two Welsh cities; they have rarely played against each other since the 1980s due to Cardiff being in higher leagues. Welsh Football League 4 34 14 7 13 59 47 +12 49 9th of 18?? Archived from on 11 March 2015. Although growing in stature, the club was forced to turn down the opportunity to join the newly formed Second Division of the due to a lack of facilities at their Sophia Gardens ground. The club's record appearance holder is , who made 590 appearances in a 20-year playing spell with Cardiff, and their record goalscorer is with 179 goals. Two years later the team reached the semi-final of the Cup Winners Cup after victories over , , and set up a tie with German side , whose squad contained several internationals. The team won 1—0 on aggregate over two legs, the only goal being scored by.

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Cardiff Wales statistics, table, results, fixtures

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Cardiff have long-standing rivalries with nearby clubs , known as the and , known as the. With only 3 wins and 13 points, the club were relegated after just one season and returned to Welsh League Division 1 where they remained until the 2006—07 campaign which saw the Archers demoted to Division 2. In the 1980s, a hooligan group known as the emerged from within the club's fanbase. They played their first match in the Football League on 28 August 1920, defeating Stockport County 5—2. Variations of this crest have been used over the years.

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