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The Cardiff City Stadium (Welsh: Stadiwm Dinas Caerdydd) is a stadium in the Leckwith area of Cardiff, Wales. It is the home of Cardiff City Football Club and the Wales national football team. Following expansion of the Ninian Stand in July 2014, the stadium officially holds 33,280 supporters.
Arriving at Cardiff City Stadium by Car
If you're travelling to the stadium by car, access from the M4 is easy. Leave the M4 at junction 33 and take the A4232 towards Cardiff/Barry. Exit the A4232 on to the B4267 turn-off, signposted towards Cardiff City Stadium. You'll see the stadium on the horizon as you approach the turn-off.
Follow the slip-road off the B4267 and take the first left at the roundabout - the stadium will be on your right-hand side. Turn right at the second set of traffic lights and follow the appropriate signage for your dedicated parking space (CIRCUS).
Arriving at Cardiff City Stadium by Public Transport
The railway station in closest proximity to Cardiff City Stadium is now Grangetown Station. The stadium is approximately 5-10 minutes walk away from Grangetown, which you can get to by taking a connecting train from Cardiff's main station, Cardiff Central. There are direct trains from London Paddington, Birmingham, the south coast and south-west England, with connections from the rest of the National Rail network to Central Station - a step free station with staff assistance available.
There are local bus routes and stops that provide excellent access to Cardiff City Stadium. National coach operators also provide a regular service to Cardiff City centre.
Arriving at Cardiff City Stadium on Foot
It's easy to walk to Cardiff City Stadium, with footpaths and direct routes from most areas of the city. To walk from the centre of Cardiff to the stadium will take approximately half an hour. You will need to head south west of the Principality Stadium towards the Riverside area of the town, then follow signs to the stadium. Ticket-holders are advised to think of their own safety when walking to the stadium, particularly during evening performances or when visibility is reduced. Always be aware of traffic around you and think about your route home when leaving at the end of the performance.