A one-off venue experience with appeal to national and international groups.
The home of Welsh Rugby, Principality Stadium is located in Cardiff. A unique place to meet and more than just a rugby stadium. This world-class venue sits at the heart of Europe’s youngest capital city and is one of the leading stadia in the world.
A rich sporting history combined with contemporary event spaces.
You don’t have to be a rugby fan to appreciate the Principality Stadium. Sporting the first fully retractable roof, the stadium is at the leading edge of venue design as a multi-purpose, multi-faceted event space.
Truly unique space with 10,000 sqm of space to make your own.
Principality Stadium’s retractable roof can also be used to enclose this vast space. The grass pitch can be covered and transforms the entire main bowl into an exhibition space on a grand scale. Attendees will be ‘wowed’ by the unexpected event space before them.
First-class meeting and event facilities in one of the world’s greatest sporting arenas.
The experienced and confident events team have seamlessly delivered over 500 major events from rugby and live music events to large meetings; Christmas parties to small boardroom meetings; and more.
The pitch can be transformed into 10,000sqm of entertaining and exhibition space.
Six large supporting spaces catering for up to 400 and 112 private pitch facing hospitality suites; there is a space to suit every occasion. Stylish and contemporary spaces with views out over the pitch. Locally, accommodation is plentiful with a range of options suitable for all tastes and budgets.
To further enhance the appeal and offering of the site, a new on-site hotel is in development.
To date, over 350 events have been held at the Principality Stadium including the Tsunami Relief Project, the Super Special Stage of Wales Rally Great Britain, the Speedway Grand Prix of Great Britain and a whole host of music concerts including Beyonce, Rolling Stones and Take That. The Manic Street Preachers were the first band to play at the stadium on New Year’s Eve 1999.
- Total number of meeting rooms: 13
- Theatre: 1000
- Boardroom: 50
- Classroom: 100
- Cabaret: 500
- Banquet: 1000