Experience the electric atmosphere of Cardiff in this 74,500-seat spectacular stadium. Rugby is the national sport of Wales and the Stadium is home to the Wales National Rugby Union Team. The Millennium Stadium opened in June 1999, just in time to host the 1999 Rugby World Cup. An opportunity to experience the exciting atmosphere and the cheers of thousands of fans should not be missed. Be sure to plan ahead and book tickets in advance for your group as tickets for the international fixtures are high in demand and can be sold out quickly, for other matches it might be easier to get your hands on tickets.
Outside of the rugby season the stadium is used for mammoth events such as Monster Trucks and concerts by the likes of Bruce Springsteen and Madonna. The British Speedway Grand Prix is held here every June. Check out the Millennium Stadium website for more information on any upcoming events your group might be interested in and plan ahead.
Don’t despair though if you can’t get your hands on a ticket for an event, the Stadium is still well worth a visit for a tour. Your group can hang out in the dressing rooms, walk in the footsteps of Ryan Giggs and see where Madonna stood. Run through the tunnel to the recorded cheering of a game-day crowd and sit in the VIP box. Tours last about an hour and are held several times a day, except for event days. For more information on group bookings for a Millenium Stadium tour check the official website.
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