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Cardiff City Stadium seating?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

It’s quality. The stadium is nice and new, and thankfully the designers put a good amount of thought into seating and not just the exterior walls. The spacing between rows is sufficient and the legroom is considerate, which we all appreciate. In terms of views, they are mostly very good. You can tell the stadium has been designed for watching football as the views, acoustics and concourse access are all excellently executed. Very impressive.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

The away fans are normally housed in the corner of the stadium between the Grange and Ninian Stands. The legacy of past Cardiff City hooliganism lives on at the ground with several empty rows of seats forming a ‘No Man’s Land’ around the away fans which can prove a bit intimidating. Apart from that the stadium is a newly built one, which means that the seats have ample legroom and fantastic views of the pitch. With Cardiff know being fairly entrenched in the Championship, prices have come down a bit – with most tickets being around the £20 mark, however for high profile games, they can go for upwards of £35.

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