Charging down the pitch with heart and might, the heroes of Cardiff Rugby fight for glory and light!
22nd of April 2023
Judgement Day 2023
Following a three-year hiatus, the deeply missed Judgement Day rugby tournament is set to return to the Principality Stadium this April. Soon enough four Welsh regional teams, including the Cardiff Blues, Dragons, Osprey and Scarlets, will go head to head in several gruelling back-to-back matches until a champion is crowned.
The United Rugby Championship Cup is a Rugby Union competition featuring competitors from Wales, Ireland, Scotland, Italy, and South Africa. With home games taking place in Principality and Rodney Parade stadiums respectively, this is the perfect taste of Wales’s expansive sporting prowess.
As the Autumn Internationals take a short hiatus ahead of the Rugby World Cup, this year held in France, the UK’s four home teams have instead arranged a set of Summer International matches to warm up ahead of the global competition. This summer Take in outstanding team performances from our home teams, South Africa, Italy, New Zealand, Georgia and more!
While 2024’s Six Nation championships may feel like a far distant event, this unmissable championship warrants a little extra early preparation. Set to take place between February and March, six titans of rugby will compete for the coveted trophy, with matches will be conducted throughout six countries, with Cardiff’s home games taking place at Principality Stadium.