Tickets for Wales v Ireland (Saturday 8th August) and Wales v Italy (Saturday 5th September) at the Millennium Stadium are now ON SALE from clubs and for debentures. For more details and ticket prices visit www.wru.wales/tickets
Wales will hold the first trial match in 14 years later this month with a probables versus possibles side battling it out at the Liberty Stadium on Friday 30th May.
The Wales Senior Trial will see the two squads go head-to-head in an old school trial in Swansea with the chance to impress the national squad management and book their place on this summer's tour to South Africa.
The two squads will prepare for the clash separately with Howley's coaching team including Shaun Edwards and Scarlets forwards coach Danny Wilson. Neil Jenkins and Cardiff Blues' Dale Macintosh will join McBryde in preparing the possibles side.
Where: Liberty Stadium, Swansea
When: Friday 30th May
KO: 19:00 tbc
Price: £5 adults / £1 U16s
Tickets will be available from the Liberty Stadium box office, WRU Store on Westgate Street online* or by calling 0844 815 6665 from 10am on Tuesday 13th May.
* a £1 booking fee per ticket will be charged by the Liberty Stadium for the fulfillment of tickets
Cardiff City Centre can be reached along the M4:
By leaving the M4 at J28 and taking the A48 West and following signs for the City Centre.
By leaving the M4 at J32 and taking the A470 South and following signs for the City Centre.
Both East and North routes converge on North Road (A470). Follow North Road to it's conclusion and bear right into Castle Street (A4161) (Cardiff Castle will be on your right hand side). Proceed along Castle Street through the first set of traffic lights. At the second set of traffic lights turn left into Westgate Street (the Angel Hotel will be on your left hand side). Gate 4 of the Millennium Stadium is approximately 200 metres ahead on the right hand side.
By leaving the M4 at J33 and taking the A4232 East and following signs for the City Centre.
Cardiff Central operates First Great Western main line connection routes to and from London, Birmingham, Manchester, South West England and West Wales.
Cardiff Central operates Arriva Trains Wales branch line connections to Ebbw Vale, Rhymney, Merthyr, Treherbert, Aberdare, Coryton, Penarth and Barry.
Passengers can access the Stadium by exiting the bus station and bearing left along Wood Street for Gates 5, 6 and 7 or by bearing right along Wood Street to Westgate Street for Gates 4, 3, 2 continuing around to Gate 1 on Castle Street.
On non-event days, certain bus services stop on Castle Street, near to Gate 1, Westgate Street near Gates 2, 3 and 4 and Wood Street approximately two minutes walk from Gates 5, 6 and 7. Please follow the link below to check the availabilityand routes of these services.
Cardiff Central Bus Station is the start and termination point of most local Cardiff Bus services in addition to local connections to the Valleys and Newport.
Cardiff Central Bus Station is a connection point for national coach services.
This November Wales will play host to Australia (08), Fiji (15), New Zealand (22) & South Africa (29) at the Millennium Stadium in a sizzling four match test series. Tickets are now ON SALE exclusively from your local Club.
08/11/14 - Wales v Australia - KO 14:30
15/11/14 - Wales v Fiji - KO 14:30
22/11/14 - Wales v New Zealand -KO 17:30
29/11/14 - Wales v South Africa- KO 14:30
Hospitality for the Dove Men Series 2014 starts at £199 for full details visit www.wru.co.uk/hospitality or call 08443 722 722.
You are not permitted to take your own food & drink within the stadium with you. There are ample food and drinks counters on each level providing a range of food and beverages. Don't forget to buy your drink tokens in advance from the Foster Fanzone on level 6 or the Guinness Fanzone on Level 4 and beat the queues during half time.
For detailed instructions on how to get to the Millennium Stadium by car, rail or bus visit the Millennium Stadium website.