Cardiff City Salaries 2019/20 (Weekly Wages)

Cardiff City Salaries 2019/20

Cardiff City Salaries 2019/20 (Weekly Wages)

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Cardiff City Football Club is a Welsh club competing in the Premier League in the 2018/19 season. The Welsh club is based in Cardiff, Wales. They have been a consistent Championship club for a long time but will be competing in the Premier league this season after earning promotion by finishing second in the Championship in 2017/18.
Cardiff City have spent seven seasons in the top-flight since 1929- the most recent season was in 2013–14. Prior to 1929, Cardiff spent their longest period in the top flight of English football between 1921-1929.

Cardiff City Salaries 2019/20

Cardiff City Football Club’s nicknames are The Bluebirds. This is because the club play in blue and white with their home kits.

The rivals of Cardiff City are other local Welsh sides such as Swansea and Bristol City.

Cardiff play at the Cardiff City stadium which has a capacity of 33,280 people. They moved to that stadium in 2009 after former ground Ninian Park was demolished.

See also our Cardiff City squad list 2019/20 here.

Cardiff City Salaries 2019/20

Cardiff City Salaries 2019/20 (Weekly Wages)

The manager of Cardiff City is Englishman Neil Warnock. He has been in charge of the Bluebirds since 2016, and has had many ups and downs with the club. Right now, he is being praised for guiding Cardiff City to promotion last season and for finishing second in the Championship in 2017/18.

Cardiff City January 2019 Signings:

PlayerFrom ClubTransfer Sum
Emiliano Sala (Deceased)Nantes£14.76 million
Oumar NiasseEvertonLoan
Leandro BacunaReading

Cardiff City 2018 Summer Signings: 

Who did Cardiff City sign in the summer of 2018?

  1. Josh Murphy – £10.26 million
  2. Bobby Reid – £10.22 million
  3. Alex Smithies – £3.60 million
  4. Greg Cunningham – £3.60 million

Cardiff City highest paid player 2019

Who is the highest paid Cardiff City Player? Harry Arter is the highest paid Cardiff City player, earning £40,000 per week. He is followed by summer signing Bobby Reid who earns £30,000 per week.

Things You Need To Know About Cardiff City:

Cardiff currently runs a youth academy ranging from ages seven to eighteen years. Recent famous players to progress through the youth set-up include Wales internationals Joe Ledley, Chris Gunter, Aaron Ramsey, Adam Matthews, Darcy Blake and Declan John.

Cardiff City won the FA Cup in 1927.

Cardiff City Salaries 2019/20 (full squad contracts)

Kenneth Zohore salary per week? Aron Gunnarsson salary per week? Sean Morrison wages per-week? Josh Murphy salary per week? Here are the full salaries for Cardiff City players:

PLAYER POSAnnual SalaryWeekly Salary
Alex SmithiesGK£1,560,000£30,000
Bobby ReidM£1,560,000£30,000
Kenneth ZohoreF£858,000£16,500
Jazz RichardsD£675,000£12,981
Loic DamourM£495,000£9,519
Sol BambaD£728,000£14,000
Neil EtheridgeGK£1,015,000£19,519
Rhys HealeyF£156,000£3,000
Joe BennettD£1,015,000£19,519
Matthew ConnollyD£987,000£18,981
Greg CunninghamD£987,000£18,981
Junior HoilettF£1,456,000£28,000
Nathaniel Mendez-LaingF£961,666£18,494
Sean MorrisonD£1,300,000£25,000
Josh MurphyF£1,300,000£25,000
Brian MurphyGK£545,000£10,481
Callum PatersonD£1,170,000£22,500
Lee PeltierD£987,500£18,990
Joe RallsM£1,275,000£24,519
Bobby ReidF£1,560,000£30,000
Alex SmithiesGK£1,560,000£30,000
Lee TomlinF£988,000£19,000

Cardiff City titles and honours

Second Division/First Division/Championship (As second tier)

Champions: 2012–13
Runners-up: 1920–21, 1951–52, 1959–60, 2017–18

Third Division (South)/Third Division/Second Division/League One (As third tier)

Champions: 1946–47 (South)
Runners-up: 1975–76, 1982–83
Play-off Winners: 2003

Fourth Division/Third Division/League Two (As fourth tier)

Champions: 1992–93
Runners-up: 1987–88, 2000–01
Third Place: 1998–99

FA Cup

Winners: – 1927
Finalists: – 1925, 2008

FA Charity Shield

Winners: – 1927

The Football League Cup

Finalists: – 2012

Southern Football League Second Division

Champions: – 1912–13

The Welsh Cup

Winners: – 1912, 1920, 1922, 1923, 1927, 1928, 1930, 1956, 1959, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1988, 1992, 1993
Finalists: – 1929, 1939, 1951, 1960, 1994, 1995

FAW Premier Cup

Winners: – 2002
Finalists: – 1998, 2000

Relegation

Cardiff City had been recently promoted to the top tier division or the Premier League as we know it. They played some beautiful football in patches but on most days were rather inspiring. They finished second in the Championship behind Wolves and ahead of Fulham to qualify for the Premier League.

However, Wolves went on to finish in the top 7, a record for a promoted club whereas Cardiff and Fulham both got the axe and are now back in the Sky Bet Championship. Cardiff boss Warnock cut quite an interesting figure not only for the fans but also for the media and the Premier League in general. They did manager to pull out some famous wins including a win against the mighty Manchester United. Now that they are back in the Sky Bet Championship, they will want to change the situation again and qualify back for the riches and glory of the Premier League.

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