As proud supporters of Help for Heroes, Cardiff Blues will also be offering all armed forces personnel a buy one get one free ticket offer for the Welsh derby match.
Tickets must be purchased at least 24 hours before kick off and the offer is open to anyone currently serving in the armed forces.
Adult tickets are priced from £20, with junior tickets priced from only £5, the cheapest ticket is free.
Bradley who has two brothers in the armed forces said,
"I think it's fantastic that the Blues are supporting the Help for Heroes campaign and offering two for one tickets for the Scarlets match."
"Speaking to my brothers who have served out in Afghanistan and Iraq, it really does make a difference when they see people wearing the wristbands and know that people are thinking of them."
"My elder brother Ashley has just come back from Afghanistan, after serving in the army for five years and now has a job working at the Cardiff City Stadium which is quite handy."
"My younger brother Miles is still out in Iraq and has been with the army for four years."
"We are a very close family and speak to each other every day. I'm very proud of them both, and when you hear people describe rugby players as heroes, you realize it's nothing compared to what the men and women in the armed forces have to face"
"It's good to be able to stay in touch, and my brothers watch the Cardiff Blues and Wales matches on the internet and TV, so it's always great to have a text or and email from them after a game."
The 1st Battalion, The Royal Welsh will deploy to Afghanistan in October 2009 as the Regional Battle Group (South) (RBG(S)). In this role 1 Royal Welsh will be based in Kandahar and operate across the whole of Southern Afghanistan. This will include Helmand, Kandahar, Uruzgun and Zabul Provinces.
Likely missions for 1 Royal Welsh in Afghanistan may include strike operations to target Taliban IED and drug manufacturing facilities or seizing and holding areas currently held by the Taliban. Additionally the Battalion will be deploying into areas not previously occupied by ISAF or ANSF forces and assess the local security needs.
The tour of duty will be for six months, the majority of this time will be spent living rough amongst the population in Southern Afghanistan. Conditions in Afghanistan in winter range form very hot in the day to freezing cold and snow at night. Royal Welshmen will be carrying an average between 100 to 120lbs of equipment.
Continuing casualties sustained by the British Army in Afghanistan are putting an increasing demand on services charities. Soldiers from 1 Royal Welsh have been fortunate to be supported by these charities in the past and are likely to need them in the future.
The Battalion is therefore supporting the Army Benevolent Fund (ABF) - "The Soldiers' Charity" in the sale of the "Support the Royal Welsh in Afghanistan" bands. Half the money raised from the sale of these bands will go to the ABF and the remaining money will be used as a welfare fund to support the soldiers and families of 1 Royal Welsh during and after the Afghanistan tour.
Terms and conditions
• Tickets only available to personal callers at the Cardiff City Stadium Ticket Office
• Members of the Armed Forces must produce valid ID card when purchasing tickets
• Tickets limited to 4 per customer
• Offer expired 5.00pm Friday 25 September