Despite additional (much appreciated) security checks, entry was efficient. Stadium was very clean with plenty of facilities. Food offering a little basic but that was expected for a sporting event.
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Security has been stepped up on entry so visitors should plan to arrive earlier or drink less before the match. You must not miss the build up to the game which for Wales v Australia was awesome and awe inspiring. Welsh anthems are blasted out,...More
Visited here for the Wales v Australia international. My first stadium international and what a venue to visit. Seemed weird to turn a corner on a Cardiff city centre street and suddenly, there was this vast stadium. Pretty fast moving queue despite the high security...More
Was at Wales v Australia. Took 40 minutes to get into stadium in heavy rain. Security poorly organised and shambolic. Bars inside stadium sell overpriced drinks to a captive audience. Lousy experience.
We were very lucky to be invited into a hospitality suite to watch Wales v Georgia in Nov 2017. We got to the security gates an hour before they were due to open. Watching the ambience build. Security was swift when opened and we were...More
Great stadium - Security better than last week apparently - but queus still big in the half hour before KO
great venue but getting into stadium before kick off absolute nightmare security /stewards have no idea how to organise ques
Everyone should visit! There's nothing quite like the Principality Stadium at full throttle. Drinks aren't cheap, toilets are better than they used to be. For big events the new security checks take time do get there early and soak up the atmosphere, and beer.
My first visit to this iconic stadium which has a fabulous atmosphere and location in the center of Cardiff. Allow plenty of time for the extra security checks that are now in place here and elsewhere in the country and are here to stay with...More
I attend the majority of the Sales rugby internationals every year. The very best atmosphere is when Wales play England at night with the roof closed. It's very emotional, tense, exciting even exhilarating. One problem is many supporters get up and down to get drinks...More