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Principality Stadium

The Principality Stadium is the home of Welsh rugby. Watch Wales in comfort from the Platinum Suite while they take on Scotland, France & Italy in the Six Nations. In the suite, the highlights of the package include a complimentary bar, a three course sit down meal and a private balcony with padded seats.

Autumn Internationals

Nine months on from a second place finish in this year’s Six Nations Wales are playing host to 4 teams from across the globe in this year’s Autumn international rugby series.

What starts off with what promises to be a war of attrition against Scotland soon becomes a more intercontinental affair as Wales play host to three teams from the southern hemisphere. A late Hallam Amos try against a young Australia side in 2017 brought the scoreline a lot closer than it had been for much of the previous 79 minutes. It has been five years since Wales welcomed Tonga to the principality stadium and much has changed for the Southern Islanders since then. In the last edition of the Autumn series, Wales victory against South Africa was their only one against their Southern Continent tourists and they will be hoping for a similar result this time around!

This year’s Autumn International series promises to provide a great deal of excitement at the Principality and one that all sports fans should be apart of!

 

Saturday 3rd November РWales vs Scotland  (Click here for more information)

Saturday 10th November – Wales vs Australia (Click here for more information)

Saturday 17th November – Wales vs Tonga (Click here for more information)

Saturday 24th November – Wales vs South Africa (Click here for more information)

Six Nations 2019

A highlight of every rugby fan’s calendar in 2019 sees Wales play host to two of the favourites for next year’s tournament when they welcome England and Ireland to the Principality Stadium.

After a relentless outing from both sides last year, the match at a rainy Twickenham ended England 12 – 6 Wales. A controversially disallowed try for Wales’ Gareth Anscombe in the first half only adds to the intrigue and drama for the next edition of a game that already needs no ramping up.

Fresh from the success of only their 3rd ever Grand Slam is there a better time to watch the Boys in Green in action than on St Patrick’s weekend? In an end to end affair, Ireland ended up triumphant for the third successive year against Wales in a 37-27 thriller. Wales will be looking to end this streak and put a dampener on the Irish celebrations in 2019.

 

23rd February – Wales vs England (Click here for more information)

16th March – Wales vs Ireland

 

 

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