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‘Worst send-off ever’ – Plenty of Cardiff City fans still feel resent towards their old stadium, 11 years on

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Cardiff City fans remembered their final game at Ninian Park yesterday, 11 years on.

An iconic ground in English Football was Ninian Park. Cardiff left their old home on April 25th 2009 and moved into their new Cardiff City Stadium.

It was a sad day for Bluebirds fans, made even more so by the scoreline – Cardiff welcomed Ipswich Town, who helped themselves to a 3-0 win in-front of a packed out, and emotional Ninian Park.

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Fans that were there that day didn’t leave with the fondest memory of their old home – plenty of Cardiff fans took to Twitter to share their sadness over the Ninian Park send-off.

Now having spent over ten years at their new home, fans have never been so keen on the Cardiff City Stadium.

Here we take a look at Cardiff fans’ memories of that day, and their disappointment in not seeing a better conclusion to a fateful old football ground:


Freelance football journalist based in Sheffield. Postgraduate degree in Sports Journalism, and good experience in digital football writing and match reporting.

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