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Published on : Tuesday, November 19, 2013
The game will kick-off at the Millennium Stadium at 19.30 and around 40,000 fans are expected at the stadium and train services are expected to be extremely busy.
Arriva Trains Wales will be providing extra train services and additional seating capacity where possible. Customers are advised to ensure they make their way to Cardiff Central Station with plenty of time to catch services advertised in the normal timetable as only a limited number of additional services will be provided beyond 21.30. Seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
We advise customers to check the timetables for all trains arriving and departing Cardiff Central Station well in advance of scheduled departures. You can check train times by visiting www.arrivatrainswales.co.uk/Timetables or visit our online journey planner www.buytickets.arrivatrainswales.co.uk.
Cardiff Queen Street station will be closed as usual after 2045.
The usual post-event queuing management system will be in place at Cardiff Central station after the event, allowing passengers to board their train in the most efficient and safe manner. If you are not familiar with Cardiff Central station and the queuing system, please view the queue plan below.
Station staff will be distributing queue plan to passengers during the day. If passengers are not attending the game, we would strongly recommend they travel at a different time to avoid the crowds. Every effort is made to provide as much additional capacity as possible for major events in Cardiff and all our available trains will be in use.
Ebbw Vale passengers – please note that there is a dedicated queue for passengers travelling to Rogerstone, Risca, Crosskeys, Newbridge, Llanhilleth and Ebbw Vale Parkway at the front of the station. Please do not join the Cardiff and Valley lines queue which goes via rear of the station / Penarth Road entrance as you will not be guided to the Ebbw Vale services.
Source:- Arriva Trains Wales