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Wales second match of the Autumn Internationals 2021 is against Rugby World Cup 2019 winners South Africa on Saturday 6th November.
This will be a fantastic grudge match after a narrow points difference during the Rugby World Cup Semi-Final, which saw South Africa move on to the finals.
Wales have a good record of defending their home territory of Principality Stadium, last losing here in 2013 to the Springboks, and with everything to prove, they are sure to go all out.
Corporate Hospitality for Welsh Rugby Internationals is a great occasion to entertain important guests, combining excellent match seats alongside sumptuous food and drink.Skip to Hospitality Map
Hospitality guests can spend a few hours with a former Welsh captain inside the premium package, Captains Club. With seats just outside the suite, this is an incredibly special offering from Principality Stadium.
A Private Suite inside the Principality Stadium is a luxurious treat, bringing together amazing food and drink with top-notch international rugby in an intimate setting.
Join the ultimate match day experience in the Players’ Lounge where you can see rugby legends and enjoy the best possible view of the game from your match seats.
Most hospitality options have no strict dress codes, however, smart casual is generally adopted (no trainers), it is advised to dress for the weather.
GPS users can get to Principality Stadium using the postcode CF10 1NS. There is little parking at the Stadium, however, there are several NCP car parks nearby, or guests are encouraged to use public transport. The closest train station is Cardiff Central, a short 5-minute walk to the Stadium.
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