Cardiff Blues v Newport Gwent Dragons matches are always passionate affairs and this season promises to be no different with the Dragons the form team in Wales and the Blues looking to gain ground in the Magners League.
There is sure to be a great atmosphere at the ground with Welsh singing star John Owen-Jones from Burry Port performing songs from Les Miserable ahead of the match.
After training at London's Central School of Speech and Drama, John became the youngest actor to ever play the role of Jean Valjean in the West End production of Les Miserables at the age of 26 and is now performing in the production in the Wales Millennium Centre.
How to reach Cardiff City Stadium
The Cardiff City Stadium is easy to reach by car from the M4. Exit at junction 33, leave the roundabout at the exit signed A4232 (Cardiff) for 6.1 miles then take the exit signposted Cardiff City Stadium, onto B4267 slip road. The Stadium is on the right hand side.
Unlike the Arms Park there is circa 500 car parking spaces at the Cardiff City Stadium and match day parking is available via the entrance off Sloper Road, opposite Ninian Park for £5.
There are also two train stations located in the vicinity of the new stadium, Ninian Park and Grangetown. Supporters travelling to Cardiff Central can also catch the shuttle bus service from Westgate Street (outside Burger King) which also stops at the rear car park behind Cardiff Central Train Station.
The shuttle bus service is free for Blues season ticket holders and costs on £2.00 for non season ticket holders. There is already a regular service every 10 minutes from Cardiff Central Bus Station to the Cardiff City Stadium. Cardiff Bus will run a normal Sunday service on this day check www.cardiffbus.com for routes and times.
After Monday 21st of December all tickets will be available for collection from the ticket collection booths on Gates 3 and 4.
Tickets for the match are selling fast with the Ninian Stand is almost sold out.
Tickets are very competitively priced with under 16's being able to watch their favourite players in action from only £5. Family tickets (2 adults and 2 children) costs just £40 in the Family Stand.
Reserved seating tickets cost only £25 while unreserved seating tickets cost just £20.
Match day tickets are priced as follows:
Premium Seats - Grandstand Blocks W4 W5 W6 Adults - £30 No junior concession
Reserved Seating - Ninian and Grandstand Adults £25 Juniors £10
Unreserved Seating - Ninian Stand
Adults - £20
Juniors - £10
Family Stand - Grandstand Blocks W1
To purchase tickets call the ticket office on 0845 345 1400 or buy online at www.cardiffblues.com/tickets