In early September the Blues offered their supporters the chance to choose the date and kick off time of this non-televised fixture through an online poll. The supporters have spoken and the Blues have listened.
Hundreds of fans took part in the poll deciding between three options. It was a close run thing, with Saturday afternoon being the eventual winner, beating Friday night and Sunday afternoon trailing in third place.
To help supporters who may wish to go into the city centre to soak up the atmosphere or watch the Wales v New Zealand match, the Blues shuttle buses, which on this day will pick up at Westgate Street and return to Cardiff Central Bus Station, will be free to all supporters.
It's sure to be a feast of rugby on the day and the five Kiwi players in the Blues squad are especially looking forward to it.
Former All Black, Xavier Rush, who won 8 New Zealand caps, said,
"It promises to be a great day of rugby and I hope the fans come down to watch us before Wales play the All Blacks."
"It would be great to have a big crowd because in some ways I think this is the make or break time for us this season."
"The three Magners League games leading into the Heineken Cup are really important matches for us."
"We have to function as a squad and get through to the next stage of the Heineken Cup as well as keeping ourselves at the top of the Magners League."
"Glasgow will be tough opposition and obviously these are testing but exciting times for both camps."