Robin Sowden Taylor will have the honour of leading the Cardiff Blues onto the pitch for the last time when they take on Edinburgh this Sunday.
The final Cardiff Blues match at the Arms Park sees them taking on the Scottish capital side that are one place above them in the league table.
The Blues will be looking to go out with a bang following Wednesday's disappointing result against the Scarlets. There is sure to be a superb atmosphere at the ground on this historic day. The party starts at 2pm where past and present Arms Park legends can enjoy a drink with supporters, sign autographs and pose for photos outside the club shop.
The Rhythm Masters Samba Band and Cardiff Cougars Cheerleaders will also be providing entertainment, as well as face painting, character mascots and balloons for the younger fans. The Cardiff Blues Choir will be performing on the pitch just before this historic match kicks off.
There will be a special presentation on the pitch at the end of the match, where the greatest Arms Park XV of the professional era can savour the Arms Park atmosphere for one last time. The current squad will also take the stage in recognition of the superb season for the Blues that saw the team win the EDF Energy Cup at Twickenham, and also reach the semi finals of the Heineken Cup.
There will be a big screen at the ground allowing all supporters to have excellent views of the ceremony and supporters are advised to keep off the pitch.
The Cardiff Blues have also produced limited addition Arms Park t-shirts to mark the occasion which are available from the club shop priced at only £10. There will also be a special souvenir match programme available to commemorate the great day.
Tickets for the match are available by calling the ticket office on 029 2030 2030 priced at only £20 for adult stand tickets, £16 adults terrace tickets and only £4 for juniors in the family stand.
Speaking ahead of the match, Cardiff Blues Director of Rugby, David Young said, "I hope the supporters turn up in force for this historic occasion, it should be a great day at the Arms Park. I'm fortunate to have played most of my career here and it will be great to see so many familiar faces here for the post match celebrations.
"I think the best memory I have of the Arms Park is beating Bath here in the Heineken Cup many season's ago. It was an eerie, foggy night and I remember Nigel Walker sprinting down the wing.
"We all have fond memories of the place and the ground has been a second home to a lot of us for a number of years. It's sad that we are leaving but it is progress, and another door opens as we move to a new stadium. We are excited to be moving but there is also a bit of sadness leaving the old ground."
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