Champions League Final

Available Ticket Categories

EventEvent DateCategoryPrice ($US)
Champions League FinalSaturday, June 3, 2017Category 1N/AN/A
Champions League FinalSaturday, June 3, 2017Category 1 Lower TierN/AN/A
Champions League FinalSaturday, June 3, 2017Category 2N/AN/A
Champions League FinalSaturday, June 3, 2017Category 3N/AN/A
Champions League FinalSaturday, June 3, 2017Category 4N/AN/A

Millennium Stadium

Capacity: 74,500

The Millennium Stadium (Welsh: Stadiwm y Mileniwm), currently named the Principality Stadium (Welsh: Stadiwm Principality) for sponsorship purposes, is the national stadium of Wales, located in Cardiff. It is the home of the Wales national rugby union team and has also staged games of the Wales national football team. Initially built to host the 1999 Rugby World Cup, it has gone on to host many other large-scale events, such as the Tsunami Relief concert, the Super Special Stage of Wales Rally Great Britain, the Speedway Grand Prix of Great Britain and various music concerts. It also hosted six FA Cup finals and several other high-profile football fixtures whilst Wembley Stadium was being redeveloped.

The Millennium Stadium opened in June 1999 and its first major event was an international rugby union match on 26 June 1999, when Wales beat South Africa in a friendly by 29–19 before a test crowd of 29,000. With a total seating capacity of 74,500, it is the third-largest stadium in the Six Nations Championship behind the Stade de France and Twickenham. It is also the second-largest stadium in the world with a fully retractable roof and was the second stadium in Europe to have this feature. Listed as a category four stadium by UEFA, the stadium was chosen as the venue for the 2017 UEFA Champions League Final.