Cardiff City football books and dvds and a virtual aerial tour of the Cardiff City Stadium. Great books about current and former Cardiff City players and Cardiff City managers and the history of Cardiff City football club.
Top recommended books include The Who's Who of Cardiff City, Tappy: From Barry Town to Cardiff City, Cardiff City and Beyond, Born Under a Grange End Star: The Life, Loves and Many Frustrations of a Cardiff City Fan plus many more in the Cardiff City online bookshop
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Recommended Cardiff City Books
Cardiff City Fans Through The Years
Over 450 colour photographs of Cardiff City fans through the years, from the early days of Ninian Park until it's final day in 2009. It shows the high and lows of fans at home and on away days. The cup finals, promotions and relegations. It also shows Cardiff City fans following Wales over the years and how times and fashion has changed. It's a must for anyone who has been down Ninian Park.
The Cardiff City Miscellany: Bluebirds History, Trivia and Stats
Full of fascinating facts, figures, trivia, stats, stories and anecdotes all relating to the long and colourful history of Cardiff City Football Club. From the Bluebirds most memorable matches and favourite sons; to the more gruesome games and the unsung heroes, this book tells the tales which have shaped the football club into the force it is today. Written by respected club historian and commentator Richard Shepherd, the book follows no set order, chronological or otherwise, but has plenty to keep any City fanatic coming back for more.
The Who's Who of Cardiff City (Whos Who)
In the years since Cardiff City played their first game in the Football League, hundreds of footballers have pulled on a Bluebirds shirt to represent the club in first-class competitive matches. In this richly illustrated, hugely informative reference work, Dean Hayes has detailed the careers of every single one of those players, whether they are household names or men who made only a handful of appearances at Ninian Park. The book is highly illustrated throughout, and various statistics are included to supplement the career details of the players. Cardiff's all time top twenty goalscorers appear, along with appearance statistics, and managers of the club have their own section.
The South Wales Derbies: A History of Cardiff City Versus Swansea City
This is the first-ever written account of the intense rivalry between Cardiff City and Swansea - the Bluebirds and the Swans - two great Welsh clubs that first met in the Southern League in 1912. Their derby games stretch over ninety years and this is the first opportunity to read the about the club's origins and how their histories have been played out against the local and national events of the last century - with old rivalries surfacing each time the teams met. Each of the derbies has been carefully researched, with a full report on each of the 149 first-team meetings of the clubs
Ninian Park was the home ground of Cardiff City. The last ever Cardiff City football match played at Ninian Park was a 3-0 defeat to Ipswich Town, who had Roy Keane in charge as there new manager in his first match in charge on 25 April 2009.