Cardiff
 
Principality Stadium
(formerly Millennium Stadium)
206 Westgate Street
Cardiff CF10 1NS
 
 
No matter where you come from in the world, when you think of Wales you conjure up images of the Millennium Stadium filled with loyal Rugby Union fans singing their hearts out in support of their team.
 
Still the permanent home of the Welsh National Rugby Union team it is no longer called the Millennium Stadium. Under the current naming rights agreement with the Principality Building Society, the Welsh National Stadium has been re-named the Principality Stadium. This arrangement will continue until 2026.
 
This vast stadium on the banks of the River Taff in the heart of Cardiff is the second largest in the world to have a fully retractable roof. With superb facilities and easy access by public transport, it is no wonder that the stadium is frequently used to host International events ranging from national football games to speedway, and horse jumping to music concerts.
 
Event Tickets
You can book online:
Tel:     +44 (0)8448 471 881
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Disabled Access
For comprehensive information on all aspects of disabled access  go to  Web:  Principality Stadium/ Disabled Access
Guided Tours
If you are unable to attend an actual event, the next best thing is to take a guided tour. Tours run on the hour Mon - Sat between 10:00 – 17:00, and on Sundays and Bank Holidays between 10:00 – 16:00 hours.
 
Stadium Tours start at the Cardiff Arms Store / WRU STore, No.8 Westgate Street. (situated between Gates 3 & 4.)
 
Tel:     +44 (0)2920 822228
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History
Initially built to host the 1999 Rugby World Cup, it has gone on to host both Men’s and Women’s Olympic Football matches during the 2012 London Olympic Games. Many other large-scale events have been held such as the Tsunami Relief concert, the Super Special Stage of Wales Rally Great Britain, the Speedway Grand Prix of Great Britain and concerts by various international music performers. It has also hosted six FA Cup finals and several other high-profile football fixtures while Wembley Stadium was being redeveloped.
 
The Stadium has an excellent website which we recommend visiting.
 
Contact & Further Information
Telephone  +44 (0)8442 491 999
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Getting There
- By Train
The stadium is located in the centre of Cardiff almost opposite Cardiff Central Rail Station. We recommend this mode of travel because frequent trains connect Cardiff with London Paddington, Birmingham New Street and Bristol.
 
- By Car
If arriving by car, make your way to the centre of Cardiff and find a parking place which will almost always be within walking distance of the stadium.
 
The Westgate Street/Millennium Walk route is approximately 0.4 miles, mostly flat and takes approximately 8 minutes
 
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