Principality. Where home matters.
6 November 2017
Three rugby legends give Welsh family home advantage during Under Armour series
Welsh families watching this autumn’s Under Armour series at home are being encouraged to take part in a competition which would see three former Welsh rugby internationals watch the game with them from the comfort of their own home.
Principality Building Society is giving families across the country the chance to have Welsh rugby legends Gareth Thomas, Rupert Moon and Rachel Taylor head to their house to watch Wales v New Zealand on Saturday 25th November.
With over 170 caps between them, Gareth, Rupert and Rachel will provide expert commentary from the winning family’s front room, while sharing the tense moments of arguably Wales’ biggest clash of the Under Armour series.
But for those who miss out on the winning prize, Principality will be sharing insight and analysis from Gareth, Rupert and Rachel in the home of the winning family from its social media channels during the game, for fans across Wales to stay involved in the action.
To be in with a chance of three rugby legends watching the game from their home, Welsh families are being asked to head to Principality’s Facebook page and share a picture of them celebrating a Wales game at home with their family and friends.
Julie-Ann Haines, Customer Director at Principality Building Society said: “We know not every family across Wales can be at the home of Welsh rugby, Principality Stadium, to watch Wales in the Under Armour series. But every time Wales play, front rooms across the country become mini-fan zones where family and friends come together to share memorable times together backing the boys.
“As big supporters of Welsh rugby who are committed to communities across Wales, this money-can’t-buy prize is the perfect way for a Welsh family to get involved in the action on game day from the comfort of their own home. We’d urge all Wales fans to enter. You never know - you could be watching Wales take on the All Blacks in the company of some stars you’re more used to supporting on screen.”