Six Nations - Wales v Italy

Sunday 11 March 2018

Wales will take on Italy at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Sunday 11th March, during the penultimate weekend of the 2018 Six Nations Championship.

The Welsh staged a second-half recovery to beat the Azzurri 33-7 during the 2017 Championship.

Wales and Italy have contested a total of 25 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1994. Wales have won 22 of those matches, whilst Italy has won just two matches. There has also been one drawn match between the two nations.

Website: www.sixnationsrugby.com

Twitter: @SixNationsRugby / #WalesItaly

Venue

Principality Stadium, Westgate Street, Cardiff, CF10 1NS

Stadium Enquiries: 0844 249 1999 | WRU Ticket Hotline: 0844 847 1881

Recommended station/s

The nearest train station to the Principality Stadium is Cardiff Central Rail Station. This is approximately a five minute walk from the Principality Stadium. You should be able to see the Stadium upon exiting the station, with sign posts also showing visitors the way. Cardiff Central Station operates several main line connection routes to and from London, Birmingham, Manchester, South West England and West Wales.

Train services into Cardiff can be extremely busy. Our advice if you are travelling by train to attend a game is to try and arrive well before the event starts.

Some Cardiff Central station car parks will be closed prior to and during the games and Cardiff Queen Street will typically close just before the end of the event.  

You should head back to Cardiff Central station after the event where a queuing system will be in place to get everyone home safely. You could be expected to queue outside the station before being allowed onto the platform to board a train. 

What's happening with the trains?

It is not yet known how trains will be affected by this event, or if any additional services will be running. Please check back closer to the time for further updates on train services.

Plan Your Journey to this event

You can plan your journey to this event by using the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner.

Last updated:   09 January 2018