This Saturday's much anticipated Heineken Cup clash against Toulouse looks set to attract another big crowd to the CCS.
The pre-Christmas winter warmer against the French giants is one of the games of the weekend and the back to back element of December's Heineken Cup fixtures only adds to the excitement.
Last season the Blues beat Toulouse in the quarter final stage of the competition before losing out to Leicester in a now infamous penalty shoot out. Fans have been looking forward to this match since the draw and unsurprisingly ticket sales are steadily increasing in the run up to the game.
There will also be lots of festive activities for fans to enjoy with the stadium's Christmas decorations going up in preparation. Carol singers will also be at the ground and fans are urged to wrap up warm and get down to the ground early to enjoy the festive fun.
The family stand will also play host to Bruiser's grotto where the mascot, accompanied by his elves, will be handing out gifts to fans.
And for those older fans who fancy a cheeky Christmas tipple, there will be mulled wine and mince pies at both the Ninian stand and Grandstand. Gates open at 1.30pm
Tickets are available from all of the normal outlets, online at www.cardiffblues.com/tickets in person at the Cardiff City Stadium ticket office and by phone on 0845 345 1400.
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