Wales final match of the 6 Nations will see Grand Slam Champions Ireland roll into Cardiff for this eagerly anticipated clash in front of a passionate sell out crowd. The visitors will be looking to repeat history from a decade ago when they secured the 2009 Grand Slam at the Principality Stadium. However, having beaten Ireland in their last two meetings in the Welsh capital, Wales will hope to be going into this fixture with dreams of Championship glory still in tact, in what could potentially be a winner-takes-all encounter.
The Principality Stadium is the iconic and spiritual home of Welsh rugby with an invitation to the 6 Nations Championship remaining one of the most sought after in world sport.
There’s something uniquely special about watching international ruby in the Welsh capital and nothing can beat the atmosphere within this £124m state-of-the-art arena when filled with the roar of a 74,500 capacity crowd. Principality Stadium makes an ideal location for hospitality, combining the excitement and drama of the game with first class facilities. A friendly atmosphere, luxurious surroundings, superb cuisine and attentive staff, together with the very best half way line padded seats, combine to produce an occasion your guests will always remember.