If you are travelling to Cardiff City Stadium for football matches by train, the following information will help you make your journey safe and straightforward.
A queuing system will be in place at both Ninian Park and Grangetown stations after the match, so please ensure you arrive at the station in plenty of time. However, you are strongly advised to use Grangetown station as longer and more frequent trains stop at this station.
Services to Grangetown via Cardiff Central run approximately every 12 minutes Monday to Saturday, with the Stadium only being a 10 minute walk along Sloper Road.
Passengers who are unable to use the stairs at Grangetown should contact Arriva Trains Wales’
Assisted Travel Service at least 24 hours in advance on 0845 300 3005.
Services to Ninian Park via Cardiff City run approximately every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday until 1836, then approximately every 60 mins in the evening. There are no services on the Cityline on Sundays.
These changes only apply to match days.
Cardiff Bus are operating a shuttle bus between Wood Street and the stadium on home match days. Shuttle buses start 2 hours before kick-off and run until 20 minutes before kick-off.
When the match is over, catch the shuttle back into the city centre from the Fred Kennor statue. Buses will run for up to 1 hour after the final whistle.
Ticket holders shuttle fare: £2.20
Family tickets (weekends and public holidays, max 2 adults): £5