After last nights dramatic penalty shoot-out win against Leicester City in the third round of the Carling Cup, Cardiff City are now in the last 16 of the Carling Cup. We thought it would be a good idea to find some great apps that Cardiff City fans will enjoy.
Cardiff City Football Club are a Welsh professional football club based in Cardiff, Wales. The club competes in the English football pyramid and is currently playing in the Football League Championship. Cardiff City is the best-supported football club in Wales, and play their home games at the Cardiff City Stadium. Until May 2009, the club was based at Ninian Park. Cardiff City were founded in 1899 and are the only non-English side to have won any of the three major English competitions. To find out more about last nights action visit football.co.uk as the draw for the Carling Cup will take place on Saturday lunchtime on Sky’s Soccer Saturday show. Here are a couple of Cardiff City apps to assist supporters with news and more.
Cardiff City Total News by Bright Artificial Intelligence Ltd is the ideal app for fans to get all the latest news, scores, gossip and much more. Although this is an unofficial guide, fans will be able to get various information on the Bluebirds and keep up to date with all current relevant information. Available at the App Store for $0.99 this application is the ideal way to find out news about Cardiff City from around the world.
Cardiff City Fan Chants & Songs by iAppMaker.com contains real football chants, by real fans. With professionally recorded and mastered football chants, this is a great application for fans to use chants as ringtones, alarms or just to play out to other fans. For $0.99 through the iTunes App Store, this application great Cardiff City chants including Ayatollah Jonesy, Barmy Army, Bluebirds, Blues clap and Swansea Slums. There is also the opportunity for fans to upgrade this app for more chants.
Whether you want the latest news and scores or fun ringtones and chants apps are a great way for fans to get valuable information about their team. How do you think they will do in the Carling Cup? Out of the five non Premier League teams in the Carling Cup Cardiff look a like the team that can go all the way.
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