Welsh fans have sent our WAKE UP FOR WALES website link into meltdown!
The Welsh Rugby Union is opening its doors on Saturday for Wales semi final clash against France. Fans have been given the opportunity to apply for free ticktets to watch the live screening of the match and Welsh supporters have swamped us with their requests.
Unfortunately that means the first allocation of tickets available on-line have now been snapped up.
Fans can still claim tickets in person via Gate 3 at the Millennium Stadium between 10am and 7pm. Further updates will be available right here on the WRU website.
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