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MILLENNIUM STADIUM MILLENNIUM STADIUM MILLENNIUM STADIUM The Millennium Stadium is renowned as one of the greatest sporting arenas in the world, with it's closing roof providing an unrivalled atmosphere.

The Millennium Stadium is renowned as one of the greatest sporting arenas in the world, with it's closing roof providing an unrivalled atmosphere.

The Millennium Stadium is renowned as one of the greatest sporting arenas in the world, with it's closing roof providing an unrivalled atmosphere.

Situated just over the road from Cardiff Central train station, the stadium hosted Rugby World Cup matches in 1999 and 2007.

Situated just over the road from Cardiff Central train station, the stadium hosted Rugby World Cup matches in 1999 and 2007.

Situated just over the road from Cardiff Central train station, the stadium hosted Rugby World Cup matches in 1999 and 2007.

It's played host to five Heineken Cup finals, but it's not all about rugby.

It's played host to five Heineken Cup finals, but it's not all about rugby.

It's played host to five Heineken Cup finals, but it's not all about rugby.

The Wales Football team have played matches there, with the FA Cup final being played there whilst the new Wembley was being built between 2001 and 2006.

The Wales Football team have played matches there, with the FA Cup final being played there whilst the new Wembley was being built between 2001 and 2006.

The Wales Football team have played matches there, with the FA Cup final being played there whilst the new Wembley was being built between 2001 and 2006.

Games at this stadium: Ireland v Canada, Wales v Uruguay, Australia v Fiji, Wales v Fiji, New Zealand v Georgia, France v Ireland, Quarter-final 2, Quarter-final 3 Games at this stadium: Ireland v Canada, Wales v Uruguay, Australia v Fiji, Wales v Fiji, New Zealand v Georgia, France v Ireland, Quarter-final 2, Quarter-final 3 Games at this stadium: Ireland v Canada, Wales v Uruguay, Australia v Fiji, Wales v Fiji, New Zealand v Georgia, France v Ireland, Quarter-final 2, Quarter-final 3 TWICKENHAM Rugby HQ is the largest stadium in the world dedicated solely to rugby and the second largest in the UK behind Wembley.

TWICKENHAM Rugby HQ is the largest stadium in the world dedicated solely to rugby and the second largest in the UK behind Wembley.

TWICKENHAM Rugby HQ is the largest stadium in the world dedicated solely to rugby and the second largest in the UK behind Wembley.

An icon of English rugby, Twickers has hosted the London Sevens, Aviva Premiership finals and top European finals.

An icon of English rugby, Twickers has hosted the London Sevens, Aviva Premiership finals and top European finals.

An icon of English rugby, Twickers has hosted the London Sevens, Aviva Premiership finals and top European finals.

It's not just rugby though, as with most top sporting venues it has hosted multiple music concerts with the likes of the Rolling Stones, U2, It's not just rugby though, as with most top sporting venues it has hosted multiple music concerts with the likes of the Rolling Stones, U2, It's not just rugby though, as with most top sporting venues it has hosted multiple music concerts with the likes of the Rolling Stones, U2, Bon Jovi, Lady Gaga and Rihanna all playing there.

Bon Jovi, Lady Gaga and Rihanna all playing there.

Bon Jovi, Lady Gaga and Rihanna all playing there.

The stadium underwent a redevelopment, which was completed in 2005, raising the capacity from 75,000 to almost 82,000.

The stadium underwent a redevelopment, which was completed in 2005, raising the capacity from 75,000 to almost 82,000.

The stadium underwent a redevelopment, which was completed in 2005, raising the capacity from 75,000 to almost 82,000.

Games at this stadium: England v Fiji, France v Italy, England v Wales, England v Australia, Australia v Wales, Quarter-final 1, Qaurter-final 4, Semi-final 1, Semi-final 2, Final Games at this stadium: England v Fiji, France v Italy, England v Wales, England v Australia, Australia v Wales, Quarter-final 1, Qaurter-final 4, Semi-final 1, Semi-final 2, Final Games at this stadium: England v Fiji, France v Italy, England v Wales, England v Australia, Australia v Wales, Quarter-final 1, Qaurter-final 4, Semi-final 1, Semi-final 2, Final
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