Match Day Guide
Here you will find everything you need to know about Cardiff Blues games at the famous Cardiff Arms Park. For more information on the history of the ground, car parking or disabled visitor information please click here.
Access the match day ticket office via the Gwyn Nicholls gates, located at the entrance opposite the Angel Hotel, Westgate Street. To alleviate queues at the ticket office on match days, Cardiff Blues now offers a ‘print at home’ ticketing service.
Ticket office opening times:
10:00 - half time
*The ticket office may open sooner if an early kick-off warrants this
Please note that Cardiff Arms Park is a cashless stadium, so our bars and retail outlets will only accept card. If you only have cash, there are redeemable vouchers available to purchase from booths on both sides of the grounds.
*Athletic Club members bar will still retain cash services
There is no stadium parking on match days. The closest alternative public car park is located at Sophia Gardens.
Park & Ride is available from Cardiff City Stadium. For more information, please go directly to their website.
There are plenty of train and bus services that will bring you within a 5 minute walk of the stadium.
If you live locally, consider walking or cycling if you are able, to avoid congestion in the city centre.
STADIUM AND SECURITY
Bag searches will be carried out upon entry into the stadium. We advise you arrive early to allow time for this. Large bags and/or umbrellas are not permitted into the stadium. No personal food or drinks items are to be brought into the stadium. Cardiff Arms Park will have food and drink outlets available.
There are different points of entry into the stadium and the south terrace is split as East and West for security purposes. Please be aware of the entry point and your allocated seat/area detailed on your ticket.