Welsh Six Nations Rugby, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, WRU is expected to incur significant financial losses and will look forward to welcoming a large number of people to the event over the next 12 months. With crowd restrictions in Wales having eased, the Principality Stadium will finally welcome overcrowded houses later next month. Rugby fans can buy Six Nations Tickets from our website at discounted prices.

With crowd restrictions in Wales having eased, the Principality Stadium will finally welcome overcrowded houses later next month
With crowd restrictions in Wales having eased, the Principality Stadium will finally welcome overcrowded houses later next month

Now it is certain that there will be a total of nine major event days, including two concerts, mouth-watering autumn series, and three home games of the Welsh Six Nations Rugby early next year.

It all started with Wales against the All Blacks on October 30. This match could bring in around £6.5 million in revenue for the Welsh Rugby Union and is expected to sell 74,000 seats. There are still matches with South Africa and Australia.

After limiting the number of spectators at summer tests with Canada and Argentina, the match will be played in front of the stadium for the first time since March 2020 later this year.

Based on the shape and size of the stage, the stadium could accommodate 65,000 fans during the concert. The value of a concert for the competition is believed to be between £500,000 and £600,000.

More concerts and events are believed to be planned for 2022 and are expected to be announced before the end of the year.

In recent years, Take That, Beyoncé, Pink, and Spice Girls have all performed at the stadium.

Nine major Principality Stadium events have now been confirmed
Nine major Principality Stadium events have now been confirmed

Given the important financial effect of Covid-19, but cautioned that the full monetary impact of the epidemic will not become seeming until the next bills are released, WRU posted a loss of £5.3m in its accounts for the year ending June 2020, expect WRU to be keen to host as many events as possible to make up for some of the lost income of the previous 18 months.

WRU’s biggest earners are usually the Six Nations Weekend, and there will be three in Cardiff early next year.

Wayne Pivac’s team will usher in Scotland, France, and Italy. Tickets for these matches are not yet on sale.

It is believed that WRU made around £6.5 million from a sold-out international match at the stadium. This means their income in next year’s rugby match will be around £45million.

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