Got space in or near Cardiff City Stadium?
Cardiff City Stadium Parking
Rent a Cardiff City Stadium Parking Space
Cardiff City Stadium, which is known as Stadiwm Dinas Caerdydd in Welsh, has been the home of Cardiff City FC since 2009. Prior to this they had a 99-year tenancy at Ninian Park which was demolished when the team moved.
Referred to as The Bluebirds by their fans, Cardiff City FC have a proud history in the football league, winning the FA Cup in 1927 and famously beating Real Madrid in the 1971 quarter final of the Cup Winners Cup. The stadium is also the home of the Wales National football team and has hosted rugby world cups and seen many Welsh rugby union teams play there.
Cardiff Stadium is the second largest stadium in Wales, the largest being the Millennium Stadium, which is on Westgate Street, and it currently has a capacity of 33,280. While the stadium has many modern features, it does not have the retractable roof that the Millennium Stadium has.
The stadium is served by Ninian Park Halt, which is roughly a 5-minute walk from Cardiff City Stadium and provides services that go to Cardiff Central. Alternatively, Cardiff Central is a 30 minutes walk from the ground. Many fans like to travel by car, but this means that parking spaces are needed, and plenty of them. Match day parking can be pre-booked near Cardiff City Stadium to ensure cheaper, guaranteed spaces via YourParkingSpace. If you are looking for a car park close to the stadium they are few and far between and will, of course, get full very quickly on match days.
If you live close to the stadium and have a parking space of your own that is not in use, you could advertise it with us and earn additional money. It is fast and easy to do and we handle all the online details while you get the cash, what could be better?
For anyone who is looking for a pre-match distraction, the best place to visit is the city centre, which has a wide variety of restaurants, bars, shopping centres, Cardiff Castle and the National Museum Cardiff.
Postcode for sat nav: CF11 8AZ
Cardiff City Stadium Parking Prices
Nearby EventsPowered by
Got a space?
Turn your unused driveway, off-street parking space or lock up garage into a cash generating asset.
- It’s FREE to list your space
- Dedicated support team
- National customer base
- Monthly rental payments
List your space in Cardiff City Stadium - it's free!
Latest Cardiff City Stadium parking reviews
Booking and finding the space was easy enough. Left the car there for 2 nights whilst enjoying a trip to Cardiff with no problems. 10 minute walk up to the Millennium stadium/city centre. Couldn't ask for moreBryn
All good would use again. Very near to Cardiff City stadium but we had about a 20 minute walk to principality stadium.Allan
Definitely recommend, safe parking and clearly marked.Stella
Very central location and handy for show we went to seeAndrew
Booking #411512. For the second week the space we booked was already taken, tried knocking the door , calling no response. I have taken a picture to prove the space was taken. I have written for the second time ,no response to my first complaint. If you have an email address I will send the photo to prove my complaint. As I have said in my direct contact I expect a refund.David
Large secluded parking space through the archway next to number 15. Easy walking distance to the Cardiff City City Stadium.. Sloper Road is closed for about half an hour after the game so get away can be slow unless you turn right coming out of City Gardens.Paul
fantastic service, easy to find, They left a board out with the reg on so you know your in the right location, welcoming, 10 mins walk to cardiff F.C , DEF WORTH FOR PEACE OF MIND THAT YOUR CAR IS SAFE AND SECURE,5*Maria
Located very close to the ground so very convenient in that sense. Traffic in the area is dreadful but that will afflict any parking location near CCFC.Mark
I have re read the description of the parking space. It says driveway available, no gates just drive in and out. The issue is the space was taken by a van that was used by a disabled person in a wheelchair. They we’re unloading him from the back when we arrived. We did not feel we could say anything and took a chance and parked on the road outside the house. I do not think he would have just parked there without feeling he had permission.He was a football supporter that was traveling to watch the game. We will not be renting this space and will re think using your service in the future.David