Cardiff CityCardiff City

Manager: Neil Warnock

Before changing names, Cardiff City FC was known as Riverside AFC from 1899 to 1908. Cardiff City is known for their blue and white home colors, which led to a nickname of “The Bluebirds”. The club joined the English football league system in 1910, competing in the Southern Football League before moving to the Football League in 1920. They are the only club from outside England to claim the FA Cup title, achieving it in 1927. Cardiff City also competed in three other cup finals in English competitions, including the 1925 FA Cup Final, the 2008 FA Cup Final, and the 2012 Football League Cup Final, all of which they failed to win. However, having won the Welsh Cup on 22 occasions makes the club the second most successful in the competition’s history.

Cardiff City’s longest stint in the top flight English football league came between 1921 and 1929 and they have spent seven seasons in the top-flight since this period, the last one being in 2013-14, being relegated after one season. After winning second place in the Championship table in 2017-18, Cardiff City, once again, sits among the top English football teams.

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