Home to the Wales Rugby Union
Principality Stadium is one of Cardiff’s most iconic venues. While it is primarily used to host rugby and football, the versatile space has also been used for concerts, speedway, corporate events, and gala dinners. Principality, previously known as the Millennium Stadium, is the home of Welsh rugby. It has also hosted many Welsh international football matches, including the FA Cup Final and Olympic football matches.
Cardiff’s monumental stadium is also one of the world’s largest indoor stadiums, renowned for its retractable roof which draws tourists to Wales from far and wide. The venue, which plays host to all of Wales’ major rugbby internationals, including the Six Nations and Autumn Internationals, transforms into an amphitheatre of the sport on matchday.
Principality Stadium Hospitality 2024
Principality Stadium is the third-largest stadium to host the Six Nations and the second largest in the UK due to its rectangle retracting roof and massive capacity of 74,500 seats!
1.3 million tourists visit Principality Stadium for the modern facilities and spectacular views. Secure your Six Nations hospitality for Wales with Eventmasters today.
Six Nations is the ultimate international men’s rugby competition. This annual tournament occurs between England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France and Italy and is one of Europe’s most anticipated competitions. In 2024, Wales is set to clash with Scotland, France and Italy at Principality Stadium for the Six Nations Championship.
Eventmasters offer the highest quality Principality Stadium hospitality packages to upgrade your Six Nations experience when watching Wales.
Guinness Six Nations Hospitality at Principality Stadium
Summer Series at Principality Stadium Hospitality 2023
Eventmasters are offering excellent VIP hospitality options for the Rugby Summer Internationals, an important set of fixtures taking place at Principality Stadium prior to The 2023 Rugby World Cup.
We’re delighted to offer a wide range of VIP Summer Series hospitality packages for Wales Rugby. With our exclusive hospitality packages, we promise a unforgettable experience for every guests, including three-course meal, afternoon tea and VIP seats to watch all the action.
Summer Internationals Hospitality at Principality Stadium
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History of Principality Stadium
Designed by Populous, Principality Stadium opened in June 1999 in effort to create the most atmospheric rugby stadium in the centre of Cardiff for the Rugby World Cup. The venue provided the Welsh Rugby Union with a new home, replacing The National Stadium, Cardiff Arms Park.
In 2013, the Wales rugby team hosted the final match of the Six Nations Championship against England. Wales dominated, proving too good for England with a score of 30-3. Commentators noted that the England rugby union was starstruck by the intense atmosphere beneath the stadium’s closed roof. When the roof opened in 2015, Principality Stadium was renowned for being the loudest venue in the tournament.
Principality Stadium hosts various other events, including concerts featuring artists such as The Rolling Stone, The Police, Neil Young and Madonna. The stadium has also staged championship boxing, show jumping, and the first-ever World Rally Championship indoor stage. While Wembley Stadium was being renovated, the venue hosted six FA Cup Finals and the 2017 UEFA Champions League Final with Real Madrid and Juventus.
Major Events at Principality Stadium
Wales home fixtures for the Guinness Six Nations, The Principality Stadium, has also hosted significant rugby, football fixtures and concerts.
Upcoming 2023/24 Welsh Rugby fixtures at the Principality Stadium:
Six Nations 2024:
Wales v Scotland: Saturday 3rd February – K.O 16:45
Wales v France: Sunday 10th March – K.O 15:00
Wales v Italy: Saturday 16th March – K.O 14:15
Summer Series 2023:
Wales v England: Saturday 5th August – K.O 16:45
Wales v South Africa: Saturday 19th August – K.O 16:45
City Sightseeing Cardiff Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
Explore Cardiff at your own pace by reserving a seat on the city’s double-decker hop-on, hop-off bus. With 11 stops allocated throughout the tour, you can see first-hand what Cardiff offers.
Walking Tour in the Iconic Four Waterfalls Valley
Walk along with the riverside scenery showcasing wooded valleys and four breathtaking waterfalls for a quiet afternoon. The limestone scenery displays stunning waterfalls and mountain scenery, offering an unforgettable day in Cardiff.
Gavin and Stacey TV Locations Tour of Barry Island
Take an insider’s look at Barry Island through the eyes of iconic British TV series characters from Gavin and Stacey. The tour will allow you to visit the filming locations, including the Barry amusement arcade and Stacey’s house, providing fun facts and anecdotes about the hit series and its creators.
More Events at Principality Stadium
In December, Sir Tom Jones will be performing at Principality Stadium, not too far from his home town in Cardiff. As well as a Welsh rock band called the ‘Stereophonics’, which was formed back in 1992. In addition, Catfish And The Bottlemen will also be performing on the same night for this special event!
Travelling to Principality Stadium
Please use the map provided by Google for directions.
How do I get to Principality Stadium by car?
If travelling from Birmingham, we advise you to head towards the M5 in Halesowen from B4135, Ladywood Middleway / A4540 and A456. Continue following the M5 and M50 to A449 in Herefordshire. Then, take the M4 in Newport from A40 and A449 and continue until you reach Cardiff. To reach Principality Stadium, continue on Eastern Ave/A48 and take North Rd to Westgate St in Cardiff.
How do I get to Principality Stadium by train?
Cardiff Central Station is the closest train station with a five-minute walk to Principality Stadium. Guests will be able to see the stadium upon exiting the station, and there are additional signposts to guide visitors.
If travelling from Llandovery, take the Transport for Wales line to Swansea (13th stop); this will take approximately an hour and a half. Then, take the London Paddington for an hour until you reach Cardiff Central (4th stop). It will be a short five-minute walk to the venue.
How do I get to Principality Stadium by bus?
Many reliable bus services pass near the venue. We advise that guests choose any of the following services to get to Principality: 122, 26, 45, 63, 94 and C1.
Principality Stadium FAQs
Where can I find parking at Principality Stadium?
There are several car parks available for guests to use when travelling to Cardiff:
- Cardiff Rapports: 12 minutes away
- Cardiff Greyfriars: 13 minutes away
- Cardiff Pellett Street: 15 minutes away
- Dumfries Place: 17 minutes away
- Cardiff Knox Road: 19 minutes away
Disabled Car Parking is available and can be reserved for guests.
Are there disabled access facilities available?
The stadium is designed to provide accessible features to all guests. Wheelchair users and others can access the stadium across level plazas without steps and ramps. Staff on-site will guide guests to nearby lifts.
Are there any prohibited items at Principality Stadium?
Any promotional, commercial, political or religious signs, symbols or flags are not allowed within the grounds unless authorised by the WRU Group. Fireworks, flags, air horns, smoke canisters and laster pointers are not permitted within the stadium.
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