Cardiff news and latest news about Cardiff City FC!Cardiff City Football Club commonly referred to as The Bluebirds or simply known as Cardiff is a Welsh football club. The club was founded in 1899 and are competing in the Championship, the second tier of English football. The team plays its home matches at the Cardiff City FC Stadium. The club was originally known as Riverside AFC and was renamed in 1908 as Cardiff City FC. Bluebirds share intense rivalry with Swansea City and Bristol City, those fixtures are called "South Wales Derby" amd "Severnside Derby" respectively.
Cardiff City FC titlesAt first Riversides used a variety of kits including the chocolate-brown and amber checkered shirt. Since 1908, the club wore blue and black kit, which led to the club being nicknamed as "The Bluebirds". But the club have switched it up with red colours in 2012. Cardiff’s Malaysian businessman owner Vincent Tan outraged their fans when he changed the team’s traditional blue-coloured jerseys to red as part of a marketing strategy this season. The club’s badge also failed to escape corporate clutches, with a red dragon shoving the old bluebird down to the bottom of the crest. However they switched it back to their traditional Blue and Black in 2015. Cardiff are also the only non-English team to win the FA Cup. Domestically, Cardiff City FC has won: Second Division/Championship titles: 1 Third Division/League One titles: 1 Fourth Division/League Two titles: 1 FA Cup: 1 FA Charity Shield: 1 In international club football, Cardiff City FC was: Not very successful to be fair. But they have won the Welsh Cup and FAW Premier Cup once.
Cardiff City FC transfer newsCardiff players transfer news is very active now a days. The highest transfer fee that the club has paid for a player is £9.5 million for Gary Medel in 2013 from Spanish side Sevilla. Next year itself Medel became the most expensive player sold by the club when he joined Inter Milan for £10 million. In recent transfer window the club has brought in 16 players. They also loaned in Liverpool youngster Marko Grujic.