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Also known as the Millennium Stadium, the Principality stadium is the national stadium of Wales. It opened in June 1999 and attracts an average of 1.3 million visitors each year.
Located in Cardiff, the Principality stadium has the first fully retractable roof in the UK. It hosts a number of different events throughout the year. These include rugby union matches, rugby league matches, football matches, boxing, motorsport, film events, conferences, and music concerts.
Home to the Wales national rugby union team, the Principality stadium was originally built to host the 1999 Rugby World Cup. It has since hosted large scale events such as the Tsunami Relief Cardiff Concert, the Super Special Stage of Wales Rally Great Britain, the Speedway Grand Prix of Great Britain, as well as high-profile music concerts. Take That Greatest Hits Live will be hosted there in 2019.
You can arrange to take a guided tour of the 74,000-seater stadium. Explore the striking features that make the Principality stadium an iconic image of modern Wales. Experience walking down the players’ tunnel towards the turf. Visit the Press Conference Suite where the worlds of rugby and journalism intersect.
The Principality stadium can also be hired as a conference venue. With six large lounges and 113 hospitality suites, it provides a spacious setting for all occasions, from team building days to Christmas parties. In addition, The Clubhouse caters exclusively for up to 200 guests and is devoted to providing exceptional rugby entertainment for private and corporate clients.
There are no dedicated parking spaces at, or near to, the Principality stadium. With so many fans flocking to the stadium, parking at Principality stadium is not easy to find. On-street parking is tricky due to the stadium’s location on the river by the city centre. Near Principality stadium parking prices vary. It is very difficult to locate any free parking near the Principality stadium.
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Address and postcode for Principality Stadium: Westgate St, Cardiff CF10 1NS
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Getting to the Principality Stadium
Cardiff is accessible by coach from the majority of UK cities. Routes travel to Cardiff from London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle and Edinburgh. There are also regular bus services between towns in Wales and Cardiff.
Cardiff Central Bus Station is just 5-minutes’ walk away from the Principality stadium. Principality stadium coach parking on event days is located at Sophia Gardens, which is a 5-minute walk away from the stadium, following the river.
The nearest train station to the Principality stadium is Cardiff Central. Mainline services operate from here to West Wales, the Midlands, the South Coast, and London. Cardiff Queen Street station is only a 15-minute walk to the east of the stadium and runs local rail services across Cardiff and from the South Wales Valleys.
Cardiff is easily accessible from the M4 corridor. It is within 2 hours drive of London and the East Midlands. You can take advantage of the Park and Ride services located at Leckwith.
There is no dedicated parking around Principality stadium. Book in advance with YourParkingSpace to ensure that you have access to a convenient and affordable parking space.
Principality stadium parking postcode is CF10 1DZ. The nearest car park is in Quay Street and the postcode for this car park is also CF10 1DZ.
Walking to the stadium is a good option if you are able to park locally in the city. Local transport systems can be very busy on event days.
Cardiff airport is only 30 minutes away from Principality stadium by car. Bristol airport is 45 minutes away and an express bus service operates directly from the terminal to the city centre. A short shuttle bus journey connects the airport to Rhoose train station, which is a 30-minute train journey from Cardiff Central station.
Disabled car parking spaces are available at the Principality stadium. These can be reserved in advance by arrangement with the stadium management. Allocation of passes for these spaces is done on an event-by-event basis.
There are a number of electric vehicle charging points in Cardiff, around the area of the Principality stadium. To make use of charging points in Cardiff, electric vehicle drivers are advised to become a member of a public charging network.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points in the UK can be found on the government’s Go Ultra Low website.
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Is there parking at the Principality stadium?
There is no dedicated parking at the Principality stadium. However, disabled parking spaces are available and can be booked in advance. If you are travelling by car, you can use the Principality stadium Park and Ride service at Leckwith. You could also park in the city centre and walk to the stadium.
Booking in advance with YourParkingSpace can make your trip to the Principality stadium stress-free as you can rest assured that a space will be waiting for you when you arrive. Best parking for Principality stadium can be booked in advance with YourParkingSpace.
Can you drink in the Principality stadium?
Fans are allowed to purchase and drink alcohol in the concourse under the North Stand at the Principality stadium. However, they are no longer allowed to take alcoholic drinks up into the seating area of the stadium.
Who plays at the Principality stadium?
The Principality Stadium hosts a number of sporting events. It is home to the Wales National Rugby Union team.
Will the roof be open at the Principality stadium?
The roof of the stadium is open for events when weather permits. The roof may be closed if heavy rain is predicted. It is best to check on the stadium website for the specific event you are attending to find out whether it will be open.
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Latest Principality Stadium parking reviews
Really secure parking, great location, definitely will use againApryl
Brilliant space if you don't mind a 10 minute walk to town. Sat nav takes you to the trading estate just before this one, so don't panic if you don't think you can find it. No problems with the parking. Would use again.Kim
Perfect location and Richard was really easy to communicate with.Penny
Ten minute walk from Cardiff Central. Easy to get to. Parking itself no problems. Only 2 negatives...we returned to our car only to find it highly 'bird poo'ed' upon. Parking in the bays away from the Fitness Building may help though? One street you have to walk past is full of a lot of homeless & street groups. (Would not feel comfortable doing this walk on my own or when dark).SARAH
A very good location, close.to city centre. Secure. Loads of space to park. Would definitely use again.David
Easy to use, no hassle & close enough to centre & bay 10 min walkAndrew
I would highly recommend this parking space. Contact with the owner, Jacqueline, was very good, access was easy and the space secure. I had a vintage motorbike stowed there for one month and taking her our for weekend rides was made convenient. Thanks Jacqueline.Charles