On Tuesday 24th November Cardiff Blues will be playing host to the Australian national side and will be looking to continue their incredible record against the Wallabies.
In 6 matches spread over the last 91 years, no Cardiff side has ever lost to the Green and Gold. This fixture is a great opportunity to extend the amazing run of results we have enjoyed against Australia, and a special way to celebrate the move to our new stadium. Premier Club membership ensures you'll have the best seats in the house for this historic game.
The atmosphere will be electric, both in the stands and in the Premier Club. We have arranged a special 3-course meal for those who wish to dine in the restaurant- rest assured the only wallabies on the menu are the 15 on the pitch. To reserve your table, or to book any of the limited number of guest seats please contact the Blues team on 02920 643789.
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