Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 20 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|Brian Clark scored a very famous goal in Cardiff's history in the 1971 European Cup-Winners Cup quarter final first leg. Who was it against?||Cardiff City FC History
Real Madrid. City won the first leg game 1-0 at Ninian Park, but in the return leg, Real Madrid won 2-0 and went through 2-1 on aggregate.
1946-47. Cardiff won the Division Three (South) title in 1946-47 with 66 points, 9 clear of second placed Queens Park Rangers.
1923-24. Huddersfield Town beat Cardiff into second place that year on goal average. Both teams finished the season with 57 points, but Huddersfield had 1.82 average, while Cardiff were just behind with 1.79 average.
The Bluebirds. Other nicknames the club have had are 'The Carfiffians', 'The Citizens', and 'The City', although they adopted 'The Bluebirds' as their official nickname during the early 20th century.
|The club set a record for their highest attendance at a match in 1953, but who was it against?||Cardiff City FC History
Arsenal. 57,893 crammed into Ninian Park on 22nd April, 1953 and went on to finish a 0-0 draw between the two teams.
Manchester City. Prior began his career with Southend in 1989, and moved onto Norwich in 1993, where he stayed for a further three years, before signing for Leicester for two seasons. In 1998, he moved to Derby County, then onto Manchester City in 2000, until signing for Cardiff in June 2001.
Arsenal. Cardiff became the first non English team to lift the cup, when they beat Arsenal 1-0 at Wembley Stadium.
Davy McDougall. McDougall managed the club from 1910-11, followed by Stewart for 22 years until 1933. Wilson was next for a short spell, with Jones taking the helm from 1934-37.
1899. The club moved into Ninian Park 10 years later.
Swansea City. The rivalry of Cardiff City and Swansea is considered a local derby, as Birmingham and Aston Villa also is for example.
Zimbabwe. Despite playing for Wales, Earnshaw was born in Zimbabwe.
Brian Clark. Brian Clark scored the only goal in a 1-0 hard fought victory, this being one of the highlights in Cardiff City's history.
|On a certain Liverpool manager's first game in charge of the club in 1959, Cardiff cruised to a 4-0 victory. Who was this manager?||Cardiff City FC: The Bluebirds!
Bill Shankly. The managerial legend suffered a heavy defeat in his first game in charge to the mighty Bluebirds.
3. Cardiff City were defeated in 1925 by Sheffield United, before becoming victorious in 1927 over Arsenal.
Hughie Ferguson. Hughie Ferguson's goal caused controversy as the weak shot slipped under the goalkeepers jersey and into the back of the net.
1899. The Bluebirds were first formed in 1899 as Riverside FC.