The number of authorized public was revealed and they will be 8,200 people who will be able to witness in each of the two matches between Wales and Los Pumas. The same number will be for the Red Dragons’ test-match against Canada at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
After months of complicated planning, the Welsh Union welcomes fans to the brand new stadium. It was also learned that there will be no food or drink for sale inside.
With a maximum price per ticket of £ 35, it will be the first time fans have said they were present at a match in more than 14 months. Tickets will go on sale to WRU member clubs starting Tuesday with a limited allocation of tickets available per club, reflecting the reduced capacity of the stadium.
After a series of preferences, all remaining tickets will be offered for public sale at the end of June and will be sold at a maximum of two per person.
From the inside: the Principality Stadium exploded with excitement with their national song before the game with Ireland.
Inside the stadium, fans must maintain a social distance of 2 meters, masks must be worn when entering and moving around the stadium. However, once the supporters are seated, the masks can be removed.
“There is nothing like the atmosphere at Principality Stadium on game day and I know our players are eager to get back in front of the crowd. Opening the stadium to a small audience is a positive step that will allow fans to return and enjoy live international rugby once again in Wales, “said WRU CEO Steve Phillips.