The Supporters’ Trust welcomed new international migrants to Cardiff last season – by taking them down the City.
Now a video has been produced of the day out enjoyed by nine participants from Poland, Congo, Sudan, India and Libya who attended the Barnsley game.
The participants were filmed before and after the match to give their impressions of attending a professional football game in Wales for the first time.
They all said they would definitely be coming back to watch another game and were all given disposable cameras to record their day in the Cardiff City Stadium.
The day was part of the OPENCities project, which is exploring how international populations can contribute to a city’s success. The project is led by the British Council in partnership with 11 partner cities including Belfast, Bilbao, Bucharest, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Madrid, Nitra, Sofia, Poznan, Vienna and Cardiff.
You can view it at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziWLelYk8YI.
It was produced by Gareth Phillips, Joe Perrin and Olga Kelly