How do I get Wales Six Nations tickets?

How do I get Wales Six Nations tickets?

How to buy tickets? Official tickets for Wales fixtures can be purchased in four ways: on our Official Online Ticket Office, by phone, in person at our Westgate Street Ticket Office or through your local WRU member rugby club.

Has Wales beaten Italy?

Wales have suffered a last-minute shock 21-22 defeat against Italy in their final game of the Six Nations. This is the first time Italy have beaten Wales in a Six Nations game in Cardiff, and their first Six Nations win in seven years.

Is there a WRU app?

The app will allow the WRU to identify who is in the stadium, enabling effective track and trace as well as reducing the risk of transmission by cutting out the handling of traditional paper tickets. If you do not already have the Principality Stadium Ticketing app, you can download it by clicking here.

When did Wales lose Italy?

Wales have won each of their last 14 Guinness Six Nations matches against Italy, last losing against the Azzurri back in 2007. Wales overthrow a lineout gained from a penalty and Italy come up with possession.

What happens if you Screenshot a principality ticket?

Important: To ensure maximum security, taking screen shots of tickets is not permitted and may result in your ticket becoming invalid. If you already have the Principality Stadium Ticketing app installed & have registered, you will get your tickets almost immediately.

What do I need to enter Principality Stadium?

In line with Welsh Government legislation, the NHS Covid Pass or proof of negative LFT (lateral flow test) within 48 hours before the game will be an entry requirement for the Autumn Nations Series at Principality Stadium.

Is the WRU ticket office open?

Our opening hours are Monday- Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm. Read our FAQ for further inquiries.

Where is Gate 5 principality Stadium?

Gate 5 is a building in Cardiff. Gate 5 is situated nearby to Stadium House, and close to Media Wales.

Is rugby big in Italy?

Popularity. There are 1,024 rugby clubs within Italy. These clubs support 73,419 registered male players, as well as 8,118 registered female players. Many teams are either from Veneto or Lombardy in the north of Italy.