Cardiff City currently play in the Championship after being relegated to the league after finishing last in the 2013-14 Premier League season. They play their home games at the Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. Cardiff City wear new red shirts with black trim from their old blue and white colours due to the Malaysian owners and club re-branding in 2012 and their away shirt is their original blue and white colours and the goalkeeper shirt is green with grey trim.
Cardiff play their home games in red shirts, white shorts and socks. The kit has featured as the only Welsh club to date to have won the FA Cup which they achieved in 1927. They have also been regular winners of the Welsh Cup, and thanks to their win in 1966/7 gained entry to the UEFA Cup Winners Cup, where they went on to reach the semi-finals in 1967/8.
Cardiff City follow-up their recently released home shirt by dropping a powerful red away edition. Seeing Cardiff City flaunt their bold blue home shirt for 2016/17 in recent weeks, the Welsh club have now added to their Championship kit range through an alternative adidas template using bright r [...]
Simplistic styling epitomised by adidas for Cardiff City's latest home shirt. Designed and delivered for the upcoming 2016/17 season, Cardiff City have been handed an elegant home shirt by adidas which sees the club's famous colour of blue take centre stage which they hope will can see them promo [...]
The 'Bluebirds' have been issued an alternative strip for when required in the 2015/16 season which features an eye-catching striped design With the Welsh club sitting high-up the Championship ladder and push for illustrious Premiership football, kit manufacturer adidas have created a third shirt [...]
Cardiff City were formed in 1899 as Riverside AFC and are a football team based in the rugby stronghold city of Cardiff in Wales. They play their home games at the 26,828 capacity Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff City was re-branded in 2012 with new Malaysian owner Simon Lim changing the traditional home colours of blue to red due to the colour meaning 'good luck' in Chinese culture. This deal brought immediate success to the club as they were promoted to the Premier league for the first time in their history after winning the Championship in the 2012-13 season.