2020 Autumn Series Wales v New Zealand
Wales will face the mighty New Zealand All Blacks at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday 14th November. This will be the second of four Autumn Internationals, in one of Wales' toughest Autumn Series schedules to date.
Wales last faced the All Blacks in the 2019 Rugby World Cup bronze final which the men in black won 40-17.14th Nov 2020 Principality StadiumLimited Availability
2020 Autumn Series Wales v Argentina
Wales will welcome Argentina to the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Sunday 22nd November, in their 3rd of four tough Autumn Internationals.
Wales are currently fifth in the World rankings, but will be looking to finish November in 4th spot or higher in order to secure a place among the top pool of seeds at the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France.22nd Nov 2020 Principality StadiumLimited Availability
2020 Autumn Series Wales v South Africa
Wales will face South Africa on Saturday 28th November in their final Autumn International. This will be a stern test in terms of where Wales are, as the draw for the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France will be made based on world rankings at the end of November.
Wales currently lie fifth in the world rankings and will be aiming for a place in the top four which forms the top band of seedings for the World Cup draw.28th Nov 2020 Principality Stadium
2021 Guinness Six Nations Wales v Ireland
Both sides have won the Grand Slam in recent years, before the 2020 Campaign was cut short by global pandemic.
Never again will we take for granted the joys of live sport! Both sides will be back with points to prove in the 2021 Guinness Six Nations Championship. Ensure you’re there, with Engage.7th Feb 2021 Principality StadiumLimited Availability
2021 Guinness Six Nations Wales v England
Wales play England at the Principality Stadium, in the third round of the Guinness Six Nations.
Register your interest in attending with Engage for unforgettable matchday hospitality in Cardiff.27th Feb 2021 Principality Stadium
The Principality Stadium (Millennium Stadium) is the home of Welsh rugby. Set in the heart of Cardiff, with a fully retractable roof, it’s quite a spectacle. The welsh are renowned for their passionate singing and when at capacity the atmosphere from the 74,500 supporters is electric.