The UEFA Champions League Final
is coming to the National Stadium of Wales (The Principality Stadium), Cardiff
on Saturday 3 June.
Cardiff will also host the
Women’s Champions League Final on Thursday 1 June at Cardiff City Stadium and the
free UEFA Champions Festival at Cardiff Bay from Thursday 1 to Sunday 4 June.
Tens of thousands more people
will be flocking to Cardiff and it is anticipated to be the biggest, busiest
sporting day ever hosted by Cardiff. Extra train services and capacity will be
added however all train services in the Cardiff area will be much busier than
usual over this period.
In particular, on Saturday 3
June, the day of the UEFA Champions League Final, train services are expected
to be exceptionally busy through to the early hours of Sunday morning.
Please check your journey plans
before you travel at www.arrivatrains.wales or www.gwr.com
For full travel advice across all of the UEFA Champions
League Finals and Festival please visit Cardiff2017.wales/travel
Car Parking at Cardiff Central From 00:01 Saturday 3 June to 07:00 Sunday 4 June the following carparks at Cardiff Central will be closed.
There will also be restricted access to these car parks on Thursday 1 June and other times where necessary.
Planning to visit this event? Search train times throughout the UK here.
Cardiff services will be extremely busy all day and there will be some temporary timetable changes affecting both local and mainline services in the area.
If you don't have a ticket for the match, or your journey isn't essential, please think about travelling to or via Cardiff on a different day.
If your journey is essential or you are travelling to the match on Saturday 3 June:
Cardiff Central station - mainline services
During the match
Travelling after the match:
Cardiff Queen St (for local Cardiff and Valleys services)
At this free event, you can see the UEFA Champions League trophy, watch some football matches on a floating pitch and enjoy the festival atmosphere. Cardiff Bay services are expected to be busier during this festival and crowd management will be in place.
For opening times and what's on at the UEFA Champions Festival visit
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