3 Jun, 19:45
UEFA Champions League final

UEFA Champions League final

The National Stadium of Wales will provide the stage for the world’s biggest annual sporting event as the UEFA Champions League final comes to Cardiff for the first time on 3 June 2017.
 
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The National Stadium of Wales will provide the stage for the world’s biggest annual sporting event as the UEFA Champions League final comes to Cardiff for the first time on 3 June 2017.

Two European heavyweights will compete for the coveted prize, won last year by Real Madrid after their penalty shootout win over La Liga rivals Atletico Madrid in Milan.

Twenty-two different sides from 10 different nations have won the European Cup, with current holders Real Madrid the most successful club in the competition’s history. Regardless of the two teams that take to the field on 3rd June, they will represent the very best in club football.

Tickets will be available by public ballot from March 2017 via www.uefa.com/tickets

For more information on the UEFA Champions League Final in Cardiff visit www.cardiff2017.wales
 

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Cardiff Central is the nearest station to the Stadium and operates mainline services from West Wales, the Midlands, the South Coast and London. Cardiff Queen Street Station is a 15 minute walk to the east of the Stadium and offers local rail services across Cardiff and from the South Wales Valleys.

A queuing system is generally in operation at Cardiff Central Station after each event so please check the Arriva Trains website before travelling for further information. When arriving from Cardiff Central station passengers should bear left along Wood Street for Gates 5, 6 and 7 or bear right along Wood Street to Westgate Street for Gates 4, 3, 2 continuing around to Gate 1 on Castle Street.

You can travel to Cardiff by coach from most UK cities including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle and Edinburgh. There are also with regular buses services between most town/cities in Wales if you staying outside of Cardiff.

Cardiff Central Bus Station is a five minute walk from the stadium, passengers exit the bus station and bear left along Wood Street for Gates 5, 6 and 7 or bear right along Wood Street to Westgate Street for Gates 4, 3, 2 continuing around to Gate 1 on Castle Street. Coach parking on event days is usually located at Sophia Gardens which is just a five minute walk away, following the river.

Cardiff's location on the M4 corridor makes it easily accessible by car and is within two hours drive of London and the East Midlands. There is no dedicated spectator car parking at, or near, the stadium or matches days but there is plenty of parking available in the City Center itself.

We would advise spectators take advantage of the Park and Rides available on events days located at Pentwyn and Leckwith. You book these locations and others in advance by clicking here.

Please note that this link will take you through to the website www.parkjockey.com which is run by Park Jockey London Limited and which is independent of Principality Stadium.

If you live in or are staying in Cardiff then walking to the stadium may be your best option as local transport systems can be very busy on event days. If you are staying in Cardiff Bay you can also take a boat taxi to the City Centre.
Principality Stadium is located within 30 minutes' drive of Cardiff Airport and 45 minutes' drive of Bristol Airport. An express bus service (T9) operates directly from the terminal to the City Centre.

A short shuttle bus journey connects the Airport to the train station at Rhoose, which is a 30-minute rail journey to Cardiff Central Station.

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