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Bus transport in Cardiff, the capital and most populous city in Wales, forms the major part of the city's public transport network, which also includes water, air travel and an urban rail network.
Cardiff & Met Hockey Club, previously known as Cardiff & UWIC Hockey Club, is a hockey club based at the National Hockey Centre, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff Amateur Athletic Club (Cardiff AAC) (Clwb Athletau Amatur Caerdydd), formed in 1882 as Roath (Cardiff) Harriers, is an athletics s based at the Cardiff International Sports Stadium, Cardiff.
The Cardiff Arena, also known as Cardiff Bay Ice Arena and also known by ice hockey fans as the Big Blue Tent, was a temporary ice rink in Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff Arms Park (Parc yr Arfau Caerdydd), also known as The Arms Park and the BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park for sponsorship reasons from September 2014, is situated in the centre of Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff Athletic Bowls Club also known as the Cardiff Bowls Club and the Cardiff Athletic Club - Bowls Section is a bowls club based at Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff Athletic Club (CAC) is a multi-sport club based in Cardiff, Wales.
The Cardiff Athletics Stadium (also known as Leckwith Athletics Stadium) was an athletics and football stadium in Cardiff, Wales.
The Cardiff CELTS is a basketball team from Cardiff, competing in the English Basketball League, Division 1.
The Cardiff City Blue Dragons were a rugby league team formed in 1981.
The Cardiff City Stadium (Stadiwm Dinas Caerdydd) is a stadium in the Leckwith area of Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff Cricket Club is a cricket club based in Whitchurch, Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff Demons RLFC were a rugby league side who played out of St.
Cardiff International Pool is an Olympic-sized swimming pool built as a public-private funded project, with a partnership between Cardiff Council (land owner), OLLC which is a partnership between Orion Land & Leisure and Explore Investments (developers) and Parkwood Leisure (operator).
The Cardiff International Sports Stadium (Stadiwm Chwaraeon Rhyngwladol Caerdydd), is an athletics stadium in the Leckwith area of Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff RLFC was a professional rugby league team based in Cardiff, Wales, which played two seasons in the Rugby Football League, finishing bottom in 1947-48 and second bottom in 1951-52.
The Cardiff based Celtic Dragons are part of the Netball Superleague (UK), which consists of the top ten netball teams in Wales, Scotland and England, with the Dragons being the only team from Wales.
Edwin Vernon "Chum" Taylor (born 4 April 1927) is a retired Australian motorcycle speedway rider who won the Australian Individual Speedway Championship in 1966.
Ely Racecourse was a horse racing venue in Cardiff, Wales.
Glyn Clifford Taylor (born 24 August 1953) is an Australian former motorcycle speedway rider, who went on to a career building and curating speedway tracks, tuning engines, and in speedway promotion and team management.
Ice Arena Wales (IAW) (Canolfan Iâ Cymru) is an ice hockey rink in the Cardiff International Sports Village in Cardiff, Wales.
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This is a list of sport venues in the city of Cardiff, capital of Wales.
Lisvane (CAC) Tennis Club, also known as the Cardiff Tennis Club, is a tennis club based in Lisvane, Cardiff, Wales.
Alfred George "Mick" Holland (29 November 1918 – 29 November 2005) was a New Zealand speedway rider who rode in Britain for Cardiff Dragons and Swindon Robins and represented his country on several occasions.
The Millennium Stadium (Stadiwm y Mileniwm), since 2016 named for sponsorship purposes as the Principality Stadium (Stadiwm Principality), is the national stadium of Wales, located in Cardiff.
The National Indoor Athletics Centre is an indoor track and field athletics sports venue in the Cyncoed area of Cardiff, capital of Wales.
Ninian Park was a football stadium in the Leckwith area of Cardiff, Wales that was used as the home of Cardiff City F.C. for 99 years.
Rugby is played in Cardiff in both rugby league and rugby union forms.
Sophia Gardens Cardiff (Gerddi Soffia Caerdydd) is a cricket stadium in Cardiff, Wales.
South Wales RLFC was a rugby league club formed in 1995.
The Southern League was resurrected in 1952 as the regional third tier of speedway racing in the United Kingdom for Southern British teams as a replacement for the defunct National League Division Three.
Sport in Cardiff is dictated by, amongst other things, its position as the capital city of Wales, meaning that national home sporting fixtures are nearly always played in the city.
Sport in Wales plays a prominent role in Welsh culture.
The Sport Wales National Centre (Canolfan Genedlaethol Chwaraeon Cymru) is a sports facility in Cardiff, Wales, set up to assist the development of elite athletes in Wales.
Stanley (Stan) Dell (born 31 October 1912 in Coventry, England - died 24 November 1950)Buck, B (2007) Brummies Legends, Pendragon Books.
Thomas Price (2 December 1911 – 26 December 1997) was a British speedway rider.
Transport in Cardiff, capital and most populous city in Wales involves road, rail, bus, water and air.
The Wales National Ice Rink (WNIR) was an ice rink in Cardiff, Wales.
The 1936 Provincial Speedway League was the first season of the Provincial League, introduced as a second tier to the National League Six speedway teams started the season.
The 1951 National League Division Three was the fifth and final season of British speedway's National League Division Three The league remained with 10 teams but there were changes.
The 1952 Southern League was the first season of the newly created regional third tier of speedway racing in the United Kingdom for Southern British teams.
The 1953 Southern League was the second season of the regional third tier of speedway racing in the United Kingdom for Southern British teams.