Fans from all over the country will once again be flocking to the Arms Park next Saturday to ensure they grab the best views in front of the big screens when Wales take on England at 5.30pm.
The new supporters village set in the courtyard just in front of the Arms Park Clubhouse was a huge success when Wales played Ireland in the first match of the tournament and it is expected to be even busier on the 17th when England come to town. The huge screen will also show all of the days other rugby matches, kicking off with Italy v Ireland at 1.30pm and France v Scotland at 3.30pm.
Crowd favourite the Space Cakes will be providing live music playing some classic tracks and are sure to generate a great atmosphere. There will also be a selection of hot food available as well as a wide choice of drinks and merchandise give-aways.
Speaking ahead of the event Karl Williams, the Arms Park Clubhouse manager said,
We had a great turnout for our first event and were confident that we will have more people down for the Wales v England game. The feedback that we received from the Wales fans was brilliant and with the big screen showing the other matches that day its sure to be a big attraction.
"As well as the usual refreshments available from our partners Coors we will also have a Magners Truck opposite the Angel Hotel by the Ticket Office. The Space Cakes will also be entertaining us and the big screens will guarantee that everyone will have a great view of the match.
The supporters village opens from 1.00pm and is a great place to meet up before the match. For those without tickets to the game they are more than welcome to watch the main event Wales v England on the big screen under the shadow of the Stadium.