No ticket, No Problem for Wales v France
23rd February 2010, 12:54 pm By Principality Stadium
Warren Gatlands’ Wales will entertain France in front of a sell-out crowd at the Millennium Stadium on Friday 26 February (kick-off 8pm) but fans without a ticket can still join in the action at the home of Welsh rugby.
All Wales’ RBS 6 Nations Championship home games are played out hundreds of fans at the free-to-enter WRU Official Supporters’ Village and the Cardiff Arms Cafe Bar on Westgate Street in the grounds of the iconic venue while various WRU official hospitality packages can still be purchased from www.millenniumstadium.com
The Supporters’ Village set within a giant marquee is the closest place to watch the game and still avoid the queues without missing out on electrifying atmosphere at Wales’ home ground.
Three giant bars, various hot food outlets and multiple large screens are conveniently located next to gate four of the Millennium Stadium where both team buses will arrive for the big game.
Rugby fans looking to follow every moment of the Championship can catch all 9 remaining fixtures at the Cardiff Arms Cafe Bar on No 8 Westgate Street, Cardiff.
With its ever-changing array of Stadium memorabilia, the Cafe Bar has proved a hit with rugby supporters from around the world and crowds have be boosted by the launch of the Six Nations’ matchday breakfast at only £5 during the action packed Championship weekends.
The Cardiff Arms Cafe Bar will be open to the public from 10am until midnight on Friday 26 February and the unique undercover Supporters’ Village will open its giant silver gates between 2pm and 11pm, for when Wales v France kick-off at 8pm.
For a VIP ticket to the RBS 6 Nations clash between Wales and France, WRU Official Hospitality packages remain from £439 (plus vat) at www.millenniumstadium.com.
Official Hospitality tickets are seated in a VIP area with its own private balcony and include an official event programme and a limited edition gift, a fully-stocked bar and a three course meal with additional post-match snacks as well as guest speaker and All Black legend, Justin Marshall.