One of Europe's greatest sporting weekends is underway as a packed house at the BT Sports Cardiff Arms Park witnessed Northampton Saints defeat Bath Rugby 30-16 in a gripping and historic Amlin Challenge Cup final at the home of the Blues.
Fans from all over Europe have been flocking to the Welsh capital to savour a unique celebration of club rugby.
And that kicked off with an all-English Amlin Challenge Cup confrontation featuring Bath Rugby and Northampton Saints.
The game was a first major rugby final on an artificial pitch and saw Saints clinch a third European title at the Arms Park.
A galaxy of international stars will now take centre stage at the atmospheric Millennium Stadium for Saturday's Heineken Cup decider between RC Toulon and Saracens.
Both matches - which feature players from as many as 15 nations including luminaries of the global game - will be broadcast in more than 150 countries as the world watches the home of the Blues and the Millennium Stadium shine in the global spotlight.
Cardiff Blues face a triple header against the Irish provinces on home soil in the Guinness PRO12 in the coming months - and you can join us at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park with a special ticket offer available NOW!
Judgement Day IV, Welsh rugby's Guinness Pro12 double-header to be played out in Cardiff on Saturday 30th April, has sold out the Principality Stadium middle and lower tiers and is three months ahead of record sales figures hit last year.
Singapore will host the next stage of the #StayStrongForOws fundraising and awareness campaign next month - that will also see former Cardiff Blues and Wales star Owen Williams return to the city where his life changed forever.
Join Cardiff Blues for Wales' home matches in the 6 Nations with our fantastic hospitality packages at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park - but act quickly to take your place with our Scotland packages now SOLD OUT!