Second to the size of the Millennium Stadium, the Cardiff City Stadium is the one of the largest stadiums in Cardiff and in Wales. After its final developments, it carried more advanced features and structures in forms of new athletics stadium, housing development, room hotel with bar and restaurant, and a new road system.
The Cardiff City Stadium serves as the home ground for the Cardiff City Football Club after the team abandoned Ninian Park, and for Wales National Football Team and Cardiff Blues Rugby union team. The stadium already hosted two important events in England’s football history: the 2014 UEFA Super Cup between Real Madrid and Sevilla and the 2017 finals of UEFA Women’s Champions League. From time to time, the stadium also opens its doors for record-breaking and sell-out concerts.
Home Team: Cardiff City
Field Size: 110 x 75 yards