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TICKETS: Details confirmed for Cardiff City away game

23 September 2022

Ticket News

TICKETS: Details confirmed for Cardiff City away game

23 September 2022

Ticket details have been confirmed for Coventry City’s away game at Cardiff City.

It is a 3pm kick-off on Saturday 15th October at Cardiff City Stadium for the Sky Bet Championship fixture.

Ticket details are shown below.

Coventry City have an initial allocation of 2,180 tickets for this fixture – this includes allocated seating and 1,322 places in the safe standing sections.   

Sky Blues fans can purchase 1 ticket per Supporter Number. Please note that, if available, prices will increase on matchday.

The Priority Points Scheme will be used. Supporters buying a ticket for this game will receive 10 points.

Cardiff City offer safe standing areas, as well as no standing and general allocated seating areas.

Safe Standing: Seats available, plus rail for safe standing
No Standing: Allocated seating where standing is not permitted
Allocated Seating

Please note that tickets will not be available in person on home matchdays.


Monday 26th September, 10am: 22/23 Season Ticket Holders with 1100+ points

Monday 26th September, 2pm: 22/23 Season Ticket Holders with 900+ points

Tuesday 27th September, 10am: 22/23 Season Ticket Holders with 700+ points

Tuesday 27th September, 2pm: 22/23 Season Ticket Holders with 500+ points

Wednesday 28th September, 10am: 22/23 Season Ticket Holders

Wednesday 28th September, 2pm: General Sale


Adults £19
Seniors 60+ £16
Under 21 - £10
Under 16 - £8
Ambulant Disabled Personal Assistant (If required) – Free

Wheelchair Disabled:
Adults £17

Seniors 60+ £13
Under 21 £10
Under 16 £7
Personal Assistant (If required) – Free

Ambulant and Wheelchair supporters pay the age-appropriate rate. The supporter must be in receipt of DLA for middle/higher rate of care or higher rate of mobility, or standard or enhanced rate of PIP, to receive a free Personal Assistant ticket.

We have received 12 pairs of wheelchair tickets for this game.


  • Online at
  • Visit the Ticket Office at the Coventry Building Society Arena (Mon-Fri, 9:30am-5:30pm)

Disabled supporters can buy online at or in person at the Ticket Office, or on 024 7699 2335 (please note lines may be busy).


Postal Cut Off: Tuesday 11th October at 2pm (After this time, all tickets are for collection only)

Tickets Off-Sale:
 Midday on Friday 14th October

Ticket Collection – Advance: Ticket Collection will be available until Midday on Friday 14th October.

Ticket Collection – Matchday: Tickets not collected in advance will be available to collect at Cardiff City on the day, from the Away Ticket Office at Gate 12

Fees: There is a £1 booking fee per ticket. There is a £1 postage fee per booking

Tickets Not Arrived/Missing Tickets: If your ticket is not with you by Friday 14th October, please contact the ticket office via email on


Coach travel is available via EST UK for £31. To book, click here

Updated Departure times are: White Street – 10am, Arena Shopping Park (Service Road) – 10:20am

Please make sure you arrive at the appropriate departure point 15 minutes before the listed time as the coach will leave on time.


Juniors under 14 years of age must be accompanied by an individual aged 18 years or over.

To view Cardiff’s Supporter Code of Conduct, please click here:

Away, onsite parking at £10 per car pay on the day for up to 100 cars first come first served ,address is Sloper Road CF411 8AE

Cardiff are generally happy to accept flags that are not ‘super over-sized‘ as long as they are not obscene, contentious, promotional or political.

The Cardiff City banner policy is below.

Banner Policy 

Banners and Flags

Cardiff City Stadium welcomes fan support as demonstrated by homemade signs and banners. To ensure these articles do not upset or distract others we ask that Supporters adhere to the following guidelines.

1.1.1 Banners should not be more than 8ft x 4ft (other banners including crowd surfing banners allowed only by prior consent).

1.1.2 Banners should have an appropriate fire certificate.

1.1.3 Banners are not placed in the eyesight of other fans.

1.1.4 Banners do not obstruct any signage or advertising.

1.1.5 Banners should not be of a discriminatory, commercial, Political, contentious or obscene nature.

1.1.6 Banners that are likely to cause alarm or distress to other Groups of supporters and/or either participating Clubs, its directors and/or staff will not be allowed.

2   The Stadium Manager and the Safety Officer reserves the right and sole discretion to allow or remove banners at Cardiff City Stadium.

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Sky Blues fans are in section V, as is the car parking for away fans. 

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