The Dragon has landed at Cardiff Castle to keep a watchful eye over the city with preparations well underway for the UEFA Champions League and Women’s Champions League finals next month.
The Dragon took its perch on the castle walls during the early hours of Thursday morning (11 May) following the confirmation of all finalists.
Juventus and Real Madrid will compete in the Cardiff 2017 UEFA Champions League Final at the National Stadium of Wales on Saturday, 3 June.
Olympique Lyonnais and Paris Saint-Germain make it an all-French affair in the UEFA Women's Champions League Final at Cardiff City Stadium on Thursday, 1 June.
The same date will also see the UEFA Champions League Festival open in Cardiff, which will include live music, a floating football pitch in the Bay and various other experiences and workshops around the area. For full details click here.
For more information on the UEFA Champions League and the activities surrounding the finals please visit Cardiff2017.Wales.