Principality Stadium, Cardiff
The Home of Welsh Rugby
Principality Stadium, situated in Cardiff is Wales’ national stadium. The famous venue is the official stadium and home for Wales’ rugby team.
It was initially built for the purpose of hosting the Rugby World Cup, since then the venue has hosted many football games and other mainstream events. These events include: The Speedway Grand Prix of Great Britain, the Super Special Stage of Wales Rally Great Britain, FA Cup Finals and many music concerts. Nonetheless, Rugby remains at the heart of the superior Principality Stadium.
Principality boasts a grand total seating capacity of 74,500, comfortably making it the third-largest stadium in the Six Nations Championship. It is the second largest stadium in the world to possess a full retractable roof and was the second in Europe to utilise this modern feature.
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Such a pristine venue demands nothing but the best and Eventmasters are thrilled to operate as an officially registered agent of WRU hospitality at this world class stadium.
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Principality Stadium, also known as Millennium Stadium, which was its former name up until 2016, when the the stadium changed its name to Principality following a naming rights sponsorship deal is one of the most iconic stadiums in the world.
The land which Principality Stadium sits on was originally the home of Cricket before Rugby became a major sport in Wales. Construction of the revolutionary stadium began in 1997 and ended in 1999, with the first match hosted there being a friendly between Wales and South Africa.