The Principality Stadium Cardiff is a multi-purpose, versatile venue, previously known as the Millennium Stadium. Since its opening in June 1999, the venue is welcoming over 1.3 million people every year! With its leading technologies like the fully-retractable roof, partition drape system and the newly installed Desso pitch, as well as its 74,500 people seating capacity it is considered to be one of the most modern stadiums in the entire world.
The Principally Stadium is located at Westgate Street in Cardiff. The venue is accessible by any transport you wish to choose.
By train: if you wish to travel to the Stadium by train, the nearest station would be Cardiff Central. It operates mainline services from London, South Coast, Midlands and West Wales. Cardiff Queen Street Station is also pretty close to the venue - only 15 minutes walk away.
By car: if you wish to travel by car, ensure that you are giving yourself enough time before the event as the streets are very busy. The Stadium is easily accessible from the M4 and is within two hours drive from East Midlands and London.
International: if you are travelling to the Stadium right from the Cardiff Airport, the best way to get to the venue is to take the T9 express bus service and get to the Rhoose train station. Or, you can catch a train and to Cardiff Central station.
The best parking around is the Knox Road or Dumfries Place car park as it is only 15 minutes walk to the Stadium main entrance. Also, it is equipped with special spots for the disabled patrons. These two facilities offer pre-booking which might be a great option on the days with big events.
Access for people with special needs
Wheelchairs users are welcome to enjoy the events at the Stadium as there are no steps or big ramps at the entrance to the venue, wheelchair accessible terraces and unisex toilet facilities available for people with disabilities on all the levels.