The Welsh National anthem at Cardiff Arms Park was a very special few minutes as this ground held the sound magnificently but the Principality, also know the Millennium, is a really top class stadium which was completed in 1999 for the Rugby World Cup and has a capacity of over 70,000.
It is the most modern of the current group of Six Nations venues and is probably the most impressive it just needs their Rugby team to get back to the great days of the 70s.
One of the best qualities of this venue is that everyone has a great view and is very close to the play which is what spectators want, the experience is that it is almost like playing in the game itself.
2019 Six Nations Fixtures
|23rd Feb||Wales||v||England||Preview||Principality Stadium|
|16th Mar||Wales||v||Ireland||Preview||Principality Stadium|
Cardiff Arms Park
Car - Get into Cardiff via junction 29 of the M4, then the A48. There is no stadium parking, so park away and walk in.
Train - Cardiff Central links to London Paddington in less than 2 hours and connects to Paris by Euro star. The ground is only a five minute walk away.
British Rail enquiries +44 (0) 345 48 49 50
Air - The nearest airport is Wales International Airport, about twenty minutes drive from Cardiff.
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