|Dove Men Series 2014|
|Saturday 08/11/14||KO 14:30||WALES V AUSTRALIA||Pre-registration will open shortly|
|Saturday 15/11/14||KO 14:30||WALES V FIJI||Pre-registration will open shortly|
|Saturday 22/11/14||KO 17:30||WALES V NEW ZEALAND||Pre-registration will open shortly|
|Saturday 29/11/14||KO 14:30||WALES V SOUTH AFRICA||Pre-registration will open shortly|
For the best opportunity of securing a ticket the WRU urges members of the public to join their local rugby club. All home international tickets are initially distributed via the WRU member clubs or to debenture holders before any remaining seats are sold directly to the public. All tickets that are put on public sale can be purchased from our new e-ticketing site by clicking the button below. For away matches, fans and supporters should contact the venue or tournament organiser directly.
SWALEC Finals Day returns to the Millennium Stadium on Sunday 4th May in a triple match spectacular featuring the finals of the SWALEC Cup, Plate and Bowl.
Gates Open - 12:30
SWALEC Bowl - Clwb Rygbi Cymry Caerdydd v Llantwit Major RFC KO 13:00
SWALEC Plate - Merthyr RFC v Rhiwbina RFC KO 15:15
SWALEC Cup - Pontypridd v Cross Keys KO 17:35
What are the ticket prices?
Adult - £10
Child (u16) - £5
Family - £20 (two adults & two child)
This event is lower tier only general admission. Re-admission is allowed on the day.
How can I purchase tickets?
Tickets are available directly from finalist clubs, the WRU Store on Westgate Street, through the WRU eTicketing site or by calling the Ticketing hotline 0844 847 1881.
Booking fees may apply when purchasing tickets online or over the phone.
Cardiff City Centre can be reached along the M4:
By leaving the M4 at J28 and taking the A48 West and following signs for the City Centre.
By leaving the M4 at J32 and taking the A470 South and following signs for the City Centre.
Both East and North routes converge on North Road (A470). Follow North Road to it's conclusion and bear right into Castle Street (A4161) (Cardiff Castle will be on your right hand side). Proceed along Castle Street through the first set of traffic lights. At the second set of traffic lights turn left into Westgate Street (the Angel Hotel will be on your left hand side). Gate 4 of the Millennium Stadium is approximately 200 metres ahead on the right hand side.
By leaving the M4 at J33 and taking the A4232 East and following signs for the City Centre.
The P&R facility is just off Eastern Avenue. Buses operate every 15 minutes from the site to the city centre but on this day from 1430 until 1945 buses will be increased to run every 7/8 minutes and the operating hours extended for after the game. Buses will return every 10 minutes with last bus at midnight, with the site closing at 0030.
Payment is via the driver on a per car basis of £5. Alternatively people can buy using their mobile phone through the iff app.
The site has spaces for approximately 1,000 cars and will also be advised and signed via the Council for their event traffic plan.
Cardiff Central operates First Great Western main line connection routes to and from London, Birmingham, Manchester, South West England and West Wales.
Cardiff Central operates Arriva Trains Wales branch line connections to Ebbw Vale, Rhymney, Merthyr, Treherbert, Aberdare, Coryton, Penarth and Barry.
Passengers can access the Stadium by exiting the bus station and bearing left along Wood Street for Gates 5, 6 and 7 or by bearing right along Wood Street to Westgate Street for Gates 4, 3, 2 continuing around to Gate 1 on Castle Street.
On non-event days, certain bus services stop on Castle Street, near to Gate 1, Westgate Street near Gates 2, 3 and 4 and Wood Street approximately two minutes walk from Gates 5, 6 and 7. Please follow the link below to check the availabilityand routes of these services.
Cardiff Central Bus Station is the start and termination point of most local Cardiff Bus services in addition to local connections to the Valleys and Newport.
Cardiff Central Bus Station is a connection point for national coach services.
Tickets are available from the Cardiff Blues box office
The Millennium Stadium is set for another double-derby extravaganza on Easter Sunday 2014 with the Cardiff Blues taking on the Scarlets at 2pm and Newport Gwent Dragons facing the Ospreys at 4.45pm.
"Rabo Regional derbies are among the most competitive games you'll ever play at club level and as a player they're games you'll always want to be involved in." Sam Warburton
Show your colours
Over 36,000 fans turned out for the inaugural event to show their support for the regional side. On the day the West was proved best, with Scarlets beating the Dragons and Ospreys edging past the Blues - Can the East prevail this time around?
£15 adult / £10 concession
Family (2 adults two kids) for £40
Middle Tier - Limited Availability
Season ticket holders for the Blues and Dragons are eligible for a free ticket to support their teams