The 2017 UEFA Champions League Final will take place at 19.45 on Saturday, 3 June at the National Stadium of Wales, in Cardiff (as the Principality Stadium is renamed for this event only). A pre-match ceremony will start from 19.30.
Cardiff will also host the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final at the Cardiff City Stadium on Thursday, 1 June (19.45 kick-off). A pre-match ceremony will start from 19.30.
The UEFA Champions Festival will be the official fanzone throughout the four-day period of the event. However, as per previous Finals, there will be no live public screening of the Men’s Final on Saturday 3 June.
While the match will not be screened publicly, the UEFA Champions Festival has all the atmosphere offered in a Fanzone and is being held at Cardiff Bay from 1 - 4 June. The UEFA Champions League trophy will be there Thursday 1 to Saturday 3 June. More information on the Festival can be found in the ‘What’s On’ section at www.Cardiff2017.Wales
Whether you are coming from outside the UK, within the UK or in the Cardiff area, all information on travel options are available at www.Cardiff2017.Wales/fantravel. You can also use the Official Mobility App which provides you with information on how to get the UEFA Champions League Finals and Festival, including a travel planner, download it now! You can also follow us on twitter @cardiff17travel for up to date information.
There is information and spectator travel maps on the different ways to get to the Final at www.Cardiff2017.Wales/fantravel. Alternatively download the Official Mobility App for information on the options to get to Cardiff, this also provides you with up to date notifications. You can also follow us on twitter @cardiff17travel for up to date information.
There is no spectator parking in the city centre, however there are designated Park & Ride and Park & Walk options available. All parking should be pre-booked in advance. For information on how to book spaces for the Finals and Festival please visit www.Cardiff2017.Wales/fantravel.
As a compact City, Cardiff will be a great place to walk around. Both stadiums are well located for all local transport hubs and places of interest in the City.
There will be volunteers (known as Champions) on the dedicated walking routes between key points across the City to help direct you to where you want to go.
Cycling will be a great way to get around throughout the Event period, with cycle racks located throughout the City. Remember, due to the number of people in the City, cycling may be difficult especially on Saturday 3 June. More information on walking and cycling can be found here.
There is a combination of Blue Badge parking both near the stadiums and the Festival. Alternatively there is accessible parking at both Park & Ride sites. The Cardiff Bay (South) and Cardiff Bay (Pierhead Street) Park & Walk sites has an accessible shuttle running into the city centre, if you wish to travel between the Festival and the City. Further information can be found here.