Ticket Purchases - for Ospreys match
Supporters can purchase tickets for the Blues v Ospreys match at the Ticket Office which will open at 9.00am.
Tickets in the Ninian Stand for the Blues v Ospreys match are now sold out however there are still seats available in other areas of the stadium
Ticket Purchases - for Australia match
The Cardiff Blues v Australia match on Tuesday 24 November is included in all Cardiff Blues season tickets, season ticket holders have had the opportunity over the past week to purchase additional tickets, with many being snapped up.
Tickets will be made available to the general public tomorrow (Saturday 24 October). The main ticket office will sell Australia tickets from 9.00am to 5.30pm
From 4.00pm tickets for the match against Australia will also be available from the Ticket Booth behind the Ninian Stand, adjacent to the Cardiff City Stadium satellite shop on Sloper Road. This is a cash only ticket booth.
Due to the postal strike there are a large number of collections and supporters are advised to collect their tickets as early as possible from the Ticket Collection Booth situated near Gate 4 open from 2.00pm.
The Cardiff Blues have teamed up with Cardiff Bus to run the Cardiff City Stadium Bus on match days.
Westgate Street - Opposite WRU Shop - 4.30pm
Cardiff Central Bus Station - Rear Car Park - 4.35pm
Then every 10 minutes until 6.15pm. The bus will return the same route after final whistle, with the final bus one hour after the final whistle.
The bus is free for season ticket holders and £2 for non season ticket holder
Match day Parking - Sloper Road open from 4.00pm
Match-day parking is available via the Sloper Road stadium entrance, opposite Ninian Park for £5 for the Ospreys match. We ask fans approaching the stadium from the A4232 link road, to access this entrance via Hadfield Road and Bessemer Road, and on to Sloper Road to ease congestion around the stadium.
From the city centre we are encouraging supporters to drive down Wellington Street, on to Leckwith Road and turn left on to Sloper Road after going under the railway bridge.
From the A4232 link road, we are encouraging supporters to drive via Hadfield Road and Bessemer Road, and on to Sloper Road to ease congestion around the stadium
Public Transport & Private Hire
By train: There are two train stations close to the stadium, Ninian Park and Grangetown. Both are served by regular rail links from the city centre, North Cardiff, Pontypridd and the Vale.
Please visit www.arrivatrainswales.co.uk/ for train times
By Bus: There is already a regular service every 12 minutes from Cardiff Central Bus Station to the Cardiff City Stadium.
By taxi: A taxi from Cardiff Central Station to the Cardiff City Stadium costs circa £5.
Bar and food facilities
The facilities at the new stadium are outstanding, and we would urge supporters to make more time to sample them in the build-up to kick-off, with the stadium opening at 5.00pm.
Bars in the Ninian Stand and in the Grandstand will be open up to 60 minutes after the final whistle.
Programme booths are positioned both outside the stadium, adjacent to the turnstiles, and inside the stadium, with some located in the concourses.