BLUEBIRDS TROT TO TRIUMPH
Yesterday saw City rise into the Sky Bet Championship play-off places with an entertaining 3-2 victory over Bolton Wanderers.
Tony Watt, Scott Malone and Anthony Pilkington scored the goals to take home the spoils for Russell Slade’s men – you can read the match report from the Macron Stadium here with plenty of post-match reaction available on Cardiff City Player HD.
Scroll down to watch all the goals from the Bluebirds 3-2 win!
It’s been a successful first week for #BluebirdsCrimbo, with Christmas coming early for a number of lucky City fans already.
So far, we’ve seen the likes of Sean Morrison, Craig Noone, Anthony Pilkington, Matthew Connolly and David Marshall get into the festive spirit to give away subscriptions to Cardiff City Player HD, along with a variety of Christmas gifts – from a signed copy of FIFA 16, to a signed Craig Noone shirt!
CHANNEL YOUR INNER SUPERHERO FOR DREAMS WISHES
For our match with Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday, 12th December 2015, we’re inviting supporters of all ages to dress up as their favourite Superheroes in support of our friends at Dreams Wishes.
This week, we announced that we will be offering three fantastic prizes for the best-dressed supporters – a half-season ticket, a match-ball signed by the Bluebirds squad and two places in our Sony hospitality Suite for the Brentford match on December 15th.
PLAYER HD XMAS CARD BUNDLE
Looking for the perfect stocking filler for a City fan this Christmas?
As we build up to the big day, you can buy a year-long subscription to Cardiff City Player HD (RRP £39.99) for just £20!
And as a special festive bonus, we’re throwing in TWO End of Season Review DVDs (2013/14 2014/15), PLUS a special, personally signed Christmas Card by one of the Bluebirds first-team!
This offer expires on 18th December 2015, 23:59 – click here to buy yours today!
BID NOW ON POPPY APPEAL SHIRTS
Finally, there’s now less than 24 hours to bid on certain items in the Bluebirds’ Sky Bet Poppy Auction!
Bidding is well underway on City’s signed shirts worn in our 2-0 November victory over Reading, with all proceeds from the auction going to the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal.