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Ninian Park Collection

Ninian Park Stadium, home to Cardiff City Football Club, holds a special place in the hearts of football fans

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Ninian Park Stadium Fine Art - Cardiff City Football Club

Ninian Park Stadium Fine Art - Cardiff City Football Club
Ninian Park Stadium Fine Art, former home of Cardiff City Football Club. At the Game painted in fine detail by the talented artist James Muddiman captures the atmosphere of Matchday perfectly

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City First Team Squad 1978-79. Back Row: Gary Harris, Alan Campbell

Cardiff City First Team Squad 1978-79. Back Row: Gary Harris, Alan Campbell, Paul Went, Keith Pontin, John Davies, Albert Lamour, Ron Healey, John Buchanan, Freddie Pethard, Steve Grapes

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Len Weare, the Newport County goalkeeper jumps high to gather the ball under pressure

Len Weare, the Newport County goalkeeper jumps high to gather the ball under pressure from Cardiffs John Charles and support from Countys Graham Rathbone. 12th August 1964

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Singer Rod Stewart and girlfriend Kelly Emberg pictured at Ninian Park before the Wales v

Singer Rod Stewart and girlfriend Kelly Emberg pictured at Ninian Park before the Wales v Scotland game - 10th Sept 1985

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City First Team Squad 1974-75. Back Row: Don Murray, Leighton Phillips

Cardiff City First Team Squad 1974-75. Back Row: Don Murray, Leighton Phillips, George Smith, Derek Showers, Bill Irwin, Freddie Pethard, Ron Healey, Jack Whitham, Johnny Vincent, John Impey

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City 4-1 Hereford United, 2nd leg, Welsh Cup match action

Cardiff City 4-1 Hereford United, 2nd leg, Welsh Cup match action, John Toshack and Leslie Lea of Cardiff go up for the ball together with John Charles and Jones of Hereford

Background imageNinian Park Collection: (coach), Alan Campbell, Tony Evans, Richie Morgan, Ron Healey, Paul Went, Bill Irwin

(coach), Alan Campbell, Tony Evans, Richie Morgan, Ron Healey, Paul Went, Bill Irwin, Keith Pontin, Albert Larmour, John Buchanan, Ken Whitfield (Assistant Manager)

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Lord Ninian Stuart (with cigarette) at the football match between Cardiff City

Lord Ninian Stuart (with cigarette) at the football match between Cardiff City and Swansea 23rd November 1908

Background imageNinian Park Collection: John Charles, Player Manager of Hereford United receives Welsh Cup Runners Up trophy

John Charles, Player Manager of Hereford United receives Welsh Cup Runners Up trophy from Tommy Russell, President of the Welsh Football Association, after losing to Cardiff City (6-1 on aggregate)

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Controversial striker Robin Friday signs for Cardiff City watched by his new manager

Controversial striker Robin Friday signs for Cardiff City watched by his new manager Jimmy Andrews. 31st December 1976

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City manager Frank Burrows shares a moment of glory after City won the Welsh Cup

Cardiff City manager Frank Burrows shares a moment of glory after City won the Welsh Cup with Chairman Tony Clemo, 20th May 1988

Background imageNinian Park Collection: The grandstand at Ninian Park, home ground of CArdiff City Football Club

The grandstand at Ninian Park, home ground of CArdiff City Football Club. 19th October 1957

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Welsh Cup Final at Ninian Park. Cardiff City 3 v Swansea Town 2

Welsh Cup Final at Ninian Park. Cardiff City 3 v Swansea Town 2. Cardiff and Wales striker Trevor Ford charges the goalkeeper. 30th April 1956

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City football team group, 1963-64. Back Row: Gareth Williams, Barrie Hole

Cardiff City football team group, 1963-64. Back Row: Gareth Williams, Barrie Hole, Don Murray, John Charles, Mel Charles, Trevor Peck, Steve Gammon and Ernie Curtis (trainer)

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Jimmy Andrews after his goal secured Citys 2nd Division status following

Jimmy Andrews after his goal secured Citys 2nd Division status following the clubs 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace in front of a 26, 781 crowd at Ninian Park - 30th April 1974

Background imageNinian Park Collection: s Norman Dean heads the ball over the head of Hans Schulz towards goal -1st May 1968

s Norman Dean heads the ball over the head of Hans Schulz towards goal -1st May 1968

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Sport - Football - Wales v Italy - Dino Zoff, the Italian goalkeeper from Naple

Sport - Football - Wales v Italy - Dino Zoff, the Italian goalkeeper from Naple, makes a great leap to clear the ball from the goalmouth with centre half Caslano (Juventus)

Background imageNinian Park Collection: British Championships International Football match between Wales

British Championships International Football match between Wales and England at Ninian Park, Cardiff. The match ended in a 1-1 draw. 14th October 1961

Background imageNinian Park Collection: British Championships International Football match between Wales

British Championships International Football match between Wales and England at Ninian Park, Cardiff. The match ended in a 1-1 draw. Cliff Jones in the thick of the action for Wales

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiffs Mark Delaney beats Fulhams John Salako to the ball

Cardiffs Mark Delaney beats Fulhams John Salako to the ball. Cardiff City v Fulham. 18th August 1998

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Sport - Football - Wales - The Wales team to play N. Ireland at Ninian Park Back Row

Sport - Football - Wales - The Wales team to play N. Ireland at Ninian Park Back Row - Ivor Allchurch, Alan Harrington, Roy Paul, Jack Kelsey, John Charles, Mel Hopkins

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Welsh Cup Final at Ninian Park. Cardiff City 3 v Swansea Town 2

Welsh Cup Final at Ninian Park. Cardiff City 3 v Swansea Town 2. Cardiff captain Trevor Ford shakes hands with Swansea captain Ivor Allchurch in front of referee Mervyn Griffiths before kick off

Background imageNinian Park Collection: looks to get a shot on goal - 28th April 1956

looks to get a shot on goal - 28th April 1956

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff Citys new signing, former England captain Gerry Francis pictured with

Cardiff Citys new signing, former England captain Gerry Francis pictured with manager Jimmy Goodfellow and managing director Ron Jones. 6th December 1984

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Controversial striker Robin Friday signs for Cardiff City watched by his new manager

Controversial striker Robin Friday signs for Cardiff City watched by his new manager Jimmy Andrews. 31st December 1976

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City legend Richie Morgan, pictured during a game watched by Albert Larmour in

Cardiff City legend Richie Morgan, pictured during a game watched by Albert Larmour in 1975. Morgan later became Cardiff City manager

Background imageNinian Park Collection: European Cup Winners Cup Quarter Final First Leg match at Ninian Park

European Cup Winners Cup Quarter Final First Leg match at Ninian Park. Cardiff City 1 v Real Madrid 0. Citys Brian Clark celebrates after scoring the only goal of the game. Also pictured, Ian Gibson

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Mrs Gloria Davies who works at Cardiff City Football Club

Mrs Gloria Davies who works at Cardiff City Football Club, sorts out some of the huge mail which the club received in application for tickets for the second leg of the European Cup Winnerss Cup semi

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City manager Jimmy Scoular tries to hide the face of City centre half Don Murray

Cardiff City manager Jimmy Scoular tries to hide the face of City centre half Don Murray from press photographers after being sent off against Swansea Town during a Welsh Cup game at Ninian Park

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Footballer Brian Clark pictured signing for Cardiff City with manager Jimmy Scoular

Footballer Brian Clark pictured signing for Cardiff City with manager Jimmy Scoular looking on. 5th February 1968

Background imageNinian Park Collection: FA Cup First Round match at Ninian park. Cardiff City 6 v Exeter 2

FA Cup First Round match at Ninian park. Cardiff City 6 v Exeter 2. Cardiffs Mike England chases a ball during a Cardiff attack. 22nd November 1975

Background imageNinian Park Collection: European Cup Winners Cup First Round First Leg match at Ninian park

European Cup Winners Cup First Round First Leg match at Ninian park. Cardiff City 1 v Standard Liege 2. Cardiffs John Charles goes down following a scuffle during the game as players square up to

Background imageNinian Park Collection: European Cup Winners Cup Semi-Final Second Leg at Ninian Park

European Cup Winners Cup Semi-Final Second Leg at Ninian Park. Cardiff City 2 v SV Hamburg 3 (Hamburg win 4-3 on aggregate)

Background imageNinian Park Collection: World Cup 1958 qualifying match at Ninian Park. Wales v Israel

World Cup 1958 qualifying match at Ninian Park. Wales v Israel. The Israeli goalkeeper gathers a chest high shot by Welsh centre forward John Charles. 5th February 1958

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City fans queue at the turnstiles for the big game, 26th August 1957

Cardiff City fans queue at the turnstiles for the big game, 26th August 1957

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City Football Club directors pictured in the boardroom

Cardiff City Football Club directors pictured in the boardroom. Manager Jimmy Scoular, (right). 22nd August 1964

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City owner Rick Wright, 17th May 1994

Cardiff City owner Rick Wright, 17th May 1994

Background imageNinian Park Collection: English League Division Three match at Ninian Park. Cardiff City 1 v Queens Park

English League Division Three match at Ninian Park. Cardiff City 1 v Queens Park Rangers 2. The terraces look pretty empty but the tree behind the Grangetown goal is full as young fans enjoy a free

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City defender Scott Young on the ball against Wolverhampton Wanderers

Cardiff City defender Scott Young on the ball against Wolverhampton Wanderers, August 1998

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City legend Ron Stitfall in action, 1949

Cardiff City legend Ron Stitfall in action, 1949

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City footballer Neil O Halloran. 9th December 1955

Cardiff City footballer Neil O Halloran. 9th December 1955

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff Citys 1951-52 promotion heroes. Standing left to right

Cardiff Citys 1951-52 promotion heroes. Standing left to right: Walter Robins (Trainer), Roley Williams, Stan Montgomery, Cyril Spears (Manager), Ron Howells, Glyn Williams, Ron Stitfall, Doug Blair

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Captain George M. C. Latham, Cardiff City trainer 1911-1922

Captain George M. C. Latham, Cardiff City trainer 1911-1922
Captain George M.C. Latham, Cardiff City trainer 1911-1922

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City and Dynamo Moscow players line up before the start of their match

Cardiff City and Dynamo Moscow players line up before the start of their match, the latest match on the Russian teams tour of the United Kingdom, Dynamo went on to thrash Cardiff 10-1

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City players present the Dynamo Moscow players with miner

Cardiff City players present the Dynamo Moscow players with miners lamps before the start of the game during the Russian team as tour of the United Kingdom. Dynamo went on to thrash Cardiff 10-1

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City team group photograph. they are Back Row left to right: Kirtley, Tiddy

Cardiff City team group photograph. they are Back Row left to right: Kirtley, Tiddy, Frowen, Howells, Harrington, Jones. Front Row: Davies, Stockin, Rutter, McSeveney, Hitchens. 11th August 1955

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Colin Baker of Cardiff City leaps to clear the ball during a League Division One match at

Colin Baker of Cardiff City leaps to clear the ball during a League Division One match at Ninian park, March 1962

Background imageNinian Park Collection: Cardiff City manager Jimmy Scoular receives a gallon bottle of Bells Whisky as manager of

Cardiff City manager Jimmy Scoular receives a gallon bottle of Bells Whisky as manager of the month for March for Division Two from area rep N. J



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Ninian Park Stadium, home to Cardiff City Football Club, holds a special place in the hearts of football fans. This iconic venue has witnessed countless moments of triumph and glory throughout its history. In the 1978-79 season, the Cardiff City First Team Squad showcased their talent on this hallowed ground. Among them were Gary Harris and Alan Campbell, whose skills left spectators in awe. Len Weare, the Newport County goalkeeper, displayed his athleticism as he leaped high to gather the ball under immense pressure. His agility was truly remarkable. Even celebrities couldn't resist the allure of Ninian Park. Singer Rod Stewart and his girlfriend Kelly Emberg were captured enjoying a match before Wales took on their opponents. The Welsh Cup match between Cardiff City and Hereford United saw exhilarating action unfold at Ninian Park. In an impressive display of skill and teamwork, Cardiff emerged victorious with a resounding 4-1 win during the second leg. The 1974-75 season also brought success for Cardiff City as they fielded a formidable First Team Squad consisting of Don Murray and Leighton Phillips among others. Their dedication to excellence propelled them forward. Lord Ninian Stuart himself graced this historic stadium with his presence during a football match between Cardiff City. The image captures him holding a cigarette while immersing himself in the excitement unfolding around him. Coaches such as Alan Campbell, Tony Evans, Richie Morgan, Ron Healey, Paul Went, Bill Irwin played pivotal roles behind-the-scenes ensuring that players reached their full potential on this sacred turf. John Charles received recognition for his outstanding performance as Player Manager of Hereford United when he was presented with the Welsh Cup Runners Up trophy at Ninian Park—a testament to his leadership abilities both on and off-field Cardiff City manager Frank Burrows basked in well-deserved glory after leading his team to victory in winning the Welsh Cup—an achievement that will forever be etched in the history of Ninian Park.