Cardiff City
England England
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Cardiff City Football Club, based in Cardiff, Wales, has a rich history and notable accomplishments. Founded in 1899, the club has experienced both highs and lows throughout its existence. The team's home venue is the Cardiff City Stadium, which has a seating capacity of over 33,000. One of the club's major accomplishments came in 1927 when they won the FA Cup, becoming the only non-English team to achieve this feat. Another significant achievement was their promotion to the English Premier League in 2013, marking their return to top-flight football after a 51-year absence. Cardiff City is known by the nickname "The Bluebirds," which originates from the blue color of their home kit. The club's crest also features a bluebird, symbolizing loyalty and strength. An interesting fact about Cardiff City is that they were the first club in the world to have their matches broadcast live on television, with the BBC televising their game against Arsenal in 1929. This pioneering moment in football history showcased the club's significance and influence.

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Location
England
Stadium
Cardiff City Stadium
Capacity
33,280
Leagues
English Football League Championship
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Coach
Erol Bulut 
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