Your team will be hoping to be one step closer to another trophy when Cardiff Blues face Leicester Tigers at the Millennium Stadium in the Heineken Cup Semi Finals.
We're also delighted to have 6 of our players selected for the British and Irish Lions tour of South Africa this summer.
This is a truly exciting time for the region, as we move further towards becoming one of the elite European sides, and look forward to starting the new season at a world class new stadium.
Season Ticket Holders:
With Cardiff Blues enjoying its most successful season yet, now is the time to secure your Cardiff Blues season ticket for the season 2009 / 10 - Don't miss out!
Season tickets for the new stadium are selling fast, with a number of blocks already sold out.
For those supporters who have not yet renewed their season tickets, our ticket office at the Angel Hotel entrance of Cardiff Arms Park is manned from 9am-5pm every weekday, and our staff will be happy to discuss the ticketing at the new stadium with you.
For more information, contact the ticket office on 029 2030 2030.
There are 2,250 seats within the Premier Club, offering prime seating, private bars and restaurants. These are predominantly aimed at the business community and there are a number of price categories, starting at £49 per month (plus VAT) which make it accessible and affordable. Click here to see a fly through video of the Premier Club facilities.
<<Click here to see a virtual tour of the new stadium and premier club>>
For more information, contact the sales and marketing team on 029 2030 2060.
Latest Development News:As we move into the final phase of works at the new stadium, the pitch is nearing completion. The cutting-edge 'Desso' design features a combination of natural grass with a stitching of synthetic fibres for extra stability. The stitching of the pitch is complete and the seeding is well underway, creating a durable surface for our players..
The majority of seats in the stadium are also now in place, and the external car parking is near completion. The Park and Ride facility off Sloper Road has been started, and the bar areas in the concourses are also being fitted-out.
Our website has images, information and videos of all the latest developments at the new stadium as and when they happen http://www.cardiffblues.com/newstadium
Family Stand and Facilities:
Supporters have been delighted with the under-9s go free offer at the new stadium, which forms part of our warm welcome to families and young supporters.
The dedicated family area in the West stand of the ground will be double that at the Arms Park, with the potential to extend, and will be adjacent to a children's zone.
All our supporters will have the chance to buy children's season tickets at a price freeze of £35 in the family stand.
Cardiff Blues Open Day:
We will be holding our annual Open Day on Saturday July 18th, with new stadium tours and other family friendly activities. More details will be available on our website.
Bar and Food Outlets:
The extensive concourse areas are being designed to create focal points for supporters to meet friends and socialise in the great traditions associated with the game of rugby, as well as providing easy access and speedy service. Retail and Merchandise:
A superstore will be located in the new stadium, with easy access from the main entrance. It will be open six days a week with extended hours to accommodate match days and seasonal demands.
We will also be launching a Cardiff Blues Limited Edition shirt to celebrate the move to the stadium, which will be available at the store.
Transport to and from the new stadium:We've had great feedback from supporters, who are delighted with the plans to provide a direct shuttle link between Cardiff Central Station and the new stadium on match days - pre and post-match and free of charge to season ticket holders.
Of course, the new stadium is a short distance from the current location and easily accessible via road, bus or train links from the city centre and the wider region:
By Car: The new stadium is extremely accessible by car from all areas of the region. In contrast to the current facilities at the Arms Park, there will be up to 500 car parking spaces available to supporters for match day parking.
By train: There are two train stations located in the vicinity of the new stadium, Ninian Park and Grangetown. Both are served by excellent, regular rail links from the city centre, North Cardiff and the Valleys.
By Bus: There is already a regular service every 12 minutes from Cardiff Central Bus Station to the Leckwith Stadium.
By taxi: A taxi from Cardiff Central Station to the new stadium will cost approximately £4.