Cardiff is proud to host the 2017 UEFA Champions League Finals and UEFA Champions Festival from 1 to 4 June 2017. The capital City of Wales has played host to a number of major events in recent years and looks forward to giving everyone a very warm Welsh welcome. 

Whether you’re a supporter of one of the teams competing in the UEFA Champions League Final or UEFA Women’s Champions League Final, or hoping to come to the city to soak up the incredible atmosphere, there will be plenty of opportunity to get involved in the action outside of the stadium and experience what the city has to offer. Download the Cardiff 2017 Travel Guide App now for all you need to know.

The City is very flat and compact, with the major sites right in the centre, within easy walking distance of each other. The National Stadium of Wales will host the UEFA Champions League Final on Saturday 3 June, the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final will be at Cardiff City Stadium on Thursday 1 June and the UEFA Champions Festival at Cardiff Bay will be open 1 - 4 June.

Cardiff is a well-connected City. It is easily accessible by air, train or road, however you intend travelling to the City you are advised to plan and book your travel and accommodation now. Be sure you have your accommodation arranged if you are travelling from further afield. Much of the accommodation in Cardiff is now full. Camp Cardiff, a high quality exclusive camping site close to the city centre is a great option, alternatively expand your search outside of Cardiff to cities that are within a short journey time of Cardiff.

Spectator guides are available to download in English, Italian, Spanish and Welsh.

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