Autumn Nations Cup

 

OUR STADIUM MAY STAND EMPTY.

 

BUT AT HOME, WE STAND TOGETHER.

The Autumn Nations Cup is back, and although we can’t be at Principality Stadium – the home of Welsh rugby - we can still show our bois that, from homes across Wales, we’re right behind them.

We know that rugby brings us all closer together – even when we’re apart. Last month you told us what watching Wales play rugby at Principality Stadium meant to you. That it feels like home, that fans can come together as family. That the atmosphere on match day is magical. And we agree with you. 

Thank you to all of you who contributed and for continuing to support from your sofa. Your words and feelings have helped to inspire our Tribute to the Team, a poem composed by poet Eurig Salisbury and narrated by Welsh Singer, broadcaster, and Welsh rugby fan Cerys Matthews.

Read the Tribute here


"FOR ME RUGBY IS ABOUT HAPPY TIMES, MEMORIES, FAMILY AND AN ENORMOUS SENSE OF PRIDE BEING WELSH."

Julia, via email


"THE EXCITEMENT, PASSION AND SENSE OF NATIONAL PRIDE AS WELL AS THE ATMOSPHERE OF A FULL PRINCIPALITY STADIUM."

Richard, via email

 

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