Saturday, July 31, 1999 Published at 15:16 GMT 16:16 UK
A hundred years of the Bluebirds
The FA Cup winning team of 1927
A BBC Wales documentary celebrating the centenary of Cardiff City, has led to the club's founder, Bart Wilson, being officially honoured by the club - 45 years after his death.
The film's makers discovered Mr Walters' body had been lying in an unmarked grave in Cardiff, without a single memorial.
Walter Bartley Wilson was the founder of a team of Riverside cricketers some time in 1899 which eventually became Cardiff City FC.
The disabled lithographic artist, who was from Bristol, worked tirelessly to bring football to Cardiff.
In 1920 City joined the football league and four years later failed to win the First Division championship by just 0.024 of a goal.
After losing 1-0 in the 1925 FA Cup final the Bluebirds returned in 1927 and created history becoming the first and only team to take the FA Cup out of England by beating Arsenal 1-0 at Wembley.
The book C'mon City! A hundred years of the Bluebirds and programmes on BBC Wales television and Radio Wales recall the history of the club through some of their most loyal supporters.
Among those contributing include poet Dannie Abse, former striker Brian Clark, record appearance holder Phil Dwyer, former chairman Tony Clemo, supporters' club organiser Sue Goodfriend and the club's oldest surviving player Eddie Jenkins.