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Cardiff City FC happen to be one of the few representatives of Welsh football in English football system. The club are based in Cardiff and were founded in 1899. Initially, Cardiff were known as the Riverside AFC but changed the name in 1908. Despite being a Welsh team, they were inducted into the football league system two years later. The club used to play majority of their football at the Ninian Park, which was effectively replaced by the Cardiff City Stadium in 2009. The stadium has a capacity of just over 33,000 spectators.

Over the years, Cardiff have collected big successes in the form of the Welsh Cup and the FAW Premier Cup. The former has yielded 22 honours for Cardiff. The likes of the FA Cup have not provided success close to this scale, but Cardiff did win the competition in 1927. They also reached the final as recently as in 2008. Cardiff have won all three football league divisions below the Premier League with their latest success being the Championship success in 2012-13.

In terms of appearances, England defender Billy Hardy tops the charts for Cardiff with 590 appearances with Welsh defender Phil Dwyer coming a close second with 575 appearances. Len Davies, who represented the team before the Second World War, is the highest scorer with 179 goals. Among the recent players, the likes of Robert Earnshaw, Craig Bellamy, and Peter Whittingham have been extremely successful for the club on a number of fronts. The latter has more than 400 appearances for Cardiff.

Fred Stewart not only holds the title of being the longest serving manager at Cardiff but he was also able to achieve promotion on two occasions. Purely in terms of winning percentage, Billy McCandless tops the charts with a 53% success rate. The club went through a period of ownership change in the early part of the 21st century and they briefly changed to a red colour jersey before reverting back to the blue colours.

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