Principality Stadium
Principality Stadium, Westgate Street, Cardiff

The first stadium to sport a fully-retractable roof in the UK, this state of the art facility welcomes thousands of sports fans each year. Host to the Rugby World Cup Final in 1999, it also hosts the Welsh Rugby Union team for their tests and six nations matches. In the past it has hosted six FA Cup Finals and boasts a 5-star UEFA rating.

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Six Nations Wales v Scotland

03/02/2018

The opening round of the 2018 Six Nations Championship kicks off with a mouth watering tie between Wales and Scotland.


Six Nations Wales v Italy

11/03/2018

The Final match in round 4 of the 2018 Six Nations sees Wales face Italy in Cardiff.


Six Nations Wales v France

17/03/2018

Wales and France go head to head in the Final Round of the 2018 Six Nations Championship.


22/04/2014

by Suzette Bishop

This is one of the main tourist attractions in the centre of Cardiff. It dominates the city and welcomes thousands of visitors to see sports and music events. People from all over the world come to Cardiff for this stadium and it is certainly worth the money to get in.


08/04/2014

by Sarah Owen

One of the main tourist attractions located at the heart of Cardiff's city centre this draws in crowds of thousands from all over the world. Hosting the top sports games in the country this also welcomes in music stars performing for concerts. This is a massive stadium and not to be missed whilst in Cardiff.


15/03/2014

by Lena Sjogren

Very decent stadium, and with the welsh teams in the fa cup they ought to have a few finals here, was great when the finals were being played here. good memories


11/12/2013

by Paul Price

Immense. Name another stadium of this size smack bang in the middle of a city? Genius. Even at the back row of the third tier one is part of the action. You feel as if you can reach out and touch the action.


13/03/2013

by Dino Turner

The millenium stadium has been the jewel in the crown of wales sporting venues not only having sporting events such as rugby internationals, speedway,but a whole host of others ranging from pop and rock events to the olymics of 2012 and will continue to offer a whole host of entertaiment to geusts home and abroad.the venue has a capacity for 75000 and has all-around veiw so there in my opinion an uninterupted veiw of what you are watching.I would recormend a visit to anyone weather it be for an event or just a guided tour its a must when visiting cardiff.


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