Cardiff City have been established since 1899 and are the only non-English side to win the FA Cup when Fred Keenor captained his Bluebirds side to a 1-0 victory over Arsenal in 1927 thanks to a solitary goal from Hughie Ferguson.
That is a fact that everybody knows. Even Cardiff’s big rivals Swansea have had that fact drilled into them. This is highlighted by the movie Twin Town when two Swansea twins debate why Cardiff have triangular corner flags but Swansea only possess square corner flags.
However, what other facts are there relating to the Bluebirds that are not quite so familiar with fans across the Football League? Surely, a club that has been in existence for over 100 years must have some intriguing bits of information that are not widely known.
Football League World writer Steve Day selects four facts that you probably didn’t know about Cardiff City when you woke up this morning.