Premier League pricing and match tickets

Last updated : 13 July 2018 By Michael Morris

Bluebirds announce price structure and match categories for upcoming Premier League season.

Visiting teams have been split into three categories with prices varying between the categories, so it will be cheaper to watch teams like Burnley and Huddersfield than it will be to see Man Utd and Liverpool at CCS.

Tickets for the first five home League matches - against Newcastle United, Arsenal, Manchester City, Burnley and Fulham - will go on sale to Club Members and Season Ticket Holders at 9am on Tuesday 17th July.

Tickets will be available in person at the Cardiff City Stadium Ticket Office, on 0845 345 1400 and at

Category A: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City, Manchester United & Tottenham

Category B: Crystal Palace, Everton, Leicester City, Newcastle, Southampton, West Ham, Wolves

Category C: Bournemouth, Brighton, Burnley, Fulham, Huddersfield Town, Watford

Adult prices start from just £25, with seniors (60+) from £20, students (full time) & 16-21 years from £14 and juniors (U16) from only £11.

The cheapest adult tickets for the category A games against the big guns are priced at £29 for those with club memberships, and £13 for juniors.

And even for those without memberships, Category A adult tickets can be bought for as little as £31 while juniors can get them up for £14.

The dearest general sale adult tickets are £42.

And the most expensive junior ticket will cost £27.


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Please note, following the Members’ window, tickets will go on general sale no later than one week before each matchday.

Season Ticket Holders can buy a maximum of two additional tickets per Season Ticket (one of which can be at the Club Member rate). Dates may be subject to change as fixtures are moved for TV and other reasons.

Season tickets are also still available.