they are not an EEnglish club so I think they don't play but they might play in the welsh cup I think
Cardiff have never won against swansea, and they never will. From swansea;s bigest fan Samuel Hudson
Manchester City have won the FA Cup on four occasions - in the 1903-04, 1933-34, 1955-56, and 1968-69 seasons.
3 Times, twice in the 1920s and once in the 2000s
3 Times..... 1925 (lost)....1927(Won) and again 2008(Lost)
3 teams: Cardiff City Swansea City Gareth Bale FC
There are five. Cardiff, Newport, Swansea,Bangor and St David's.
Two in the big leagues: Cardiff and Swansea.
80 miles taking M4 (EAST) towards CARDIFF.
As far as football is concerned, then yes, Swansea is massively bigger than Cardiff. Swansea City FC are regarded worldwide as Wales' PREMIER football club, as they are competing in the English Premier League. Cardiff City FC meanwhile have never had the honour of being promoted to play in the best league England, and according to many, the best league in the world. Swansea City FC make many more millions of British pound sterling than it's local rival Cardiff City FC. Swansea City FC are financially sound, estimated to have a bank balance in the millions, while Cardiff City FC have been in heavy debt for several years, estimates place their date at around £35 million a few years ago. As Swansea City FC play in the Premier League, they are exposed to a global audience ranging from South America, to North America, to Europe, Asia and Africa. Swansea are considered everybodies "second team" due to their pleasing style of play which consists of dominating ball possession even against powerful clubs like Arsenal and Manchester United, while also producing accurate passing leading to FC Barcelona like accuracy. Cardiff City FC on the other hand play in the Championship, which is below the standard of the Premier League. They are have failed to win promotion on several occasion and at the time of writing they recently drew a game 0-0 to Brighton who are considered relegation fodder, it is unlikely Cardiff will ever win promotion to the Premier League as this is usually reserved for the best teams in any league. While Cardiff have to make do with loaning untested players who have not made any headlines from bigger teams to survive a season, Swansea are able to buy players like Michu who was the top goalscoring midfielder in the Spain's top league (La Liga - Ranked 2nd best league in the world). Michu scored 15 goals the season before joining Swansea, beating the likes of Xavi and Iniesta of FC Barcelona who have both featured in the voting for best player in the world over the last couple of seasons. Cardiff are usually forced to sell their best players to bigger and better clubs as they are unable to convince their own players they should stay in Cardiff. Swansea are able to attract the biggest names in football for coaching jobs, the current manager is Michael Laudrup, who is regarded as one of the finest players in all football history. Laudrup has stated he is extremely impressed with his Swansea squad. Cardiff however are managed by Malky Mackay, he is unknown beyond the border of Tonypandy, a village not far north of Cardiff with a population of six. For information about Swansea, the city, then please check on Wikipedia. For information on the two football teams discussed here, then I am afraid you will only see football matches for Swansea because nobody televises the Cardiff games.
141 miles taking this route:Take M5 to the NORTH EAST towards TAUNTON from Exeter to M4 WEST to SOUTH WALES to CARDIFF and NEWPORT via M49 at J18A in Bristol.Take M4 to Swansea.
The Swansea City Council is composed of 72 members that represent 36 wards. They are elected every five years. The Mayor is a senior member of the elected council. Swansea is the governing body for the principal area of Wales and is controlled by the Labour Party of England.
239 miles taking this route:Take A30 BODMIN from Redruth to M5 TAUNTON.Take M5 to the NORTH EAST to M4 (W) SOUTH WALES to CARDIFF and NEWPORT via M49 (at J18A on M5).Take M4(W) SOUTH WALES to Swansea.