Watch the Blues as they prepare to launch the new European shirt!
Cardiff Blues will reveal the new European shirt for the 2014/15 season this Saturday at our Family Fun Day at the BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park - and we have launched an exclusive video on www.cardiffblues.com ahead of the big day!
Simon Humberstone, Josh Navidi, Marc Breeze, Gareth Davies, Dafydd Hewitt and Kristian Dacey recently visited our sponsors DS Smith as we pledge to 'Turn the Blues Green' this season!
The BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park will be open to all this Saturday (July 19) as we host a range of activities for supporters of all ages including body zorbing, rugby skills, player signings, mascot races and much more!
And the highlight of the day will be when we unveil our 2014/15 European shirt for the first time!
As a thank you for your support, all of our 2014/15 Season Ticket Holders receive FREE ENTRY to the event! All Season Ticket holders can also bring a guest with them for free.
To enter for FREE on the day all you need to know your Fan ID number. You can pre-order your guests free ticket from our Ticket Office over the phone or in person.
Tickets for general public are on sale for £5 for adults and £3 for concessions. Tickets are available in advance online, over the phone and in person at the Cardiff Blues Ticket Office. Tickets will also be available on the day.
Don't miss out on what will be a great day of celebration at the BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park!
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