Jonah Lomus anticipated home debut this Saturday for the Cardiff Blues is the ideal time for the whole family to get together to watch some entertaining rugby (kick off 3pm).
Stand tickets are selling quickly and there are only a limited amount of terrace tickets still available. Supporters are urged to buy their tickets as soon as possible and need to book their tickets in advance to guarentee their place at the Arms Park. Bus loads of fans are travelling from as far a field as Brecon following the Blues bonus points win against Calvisano and the return Heineken Cup match on Saturday 17 December is sure to have something for everyone.
With the gates opening at 1.00pm for the 3.00pm kick off there will be a marquee for supporters to have a chance to enjoy some festive drinks, meet players that arent involved in the game and watch the Saracens v Ulster match in the clubhouse.
The last Saturday before Christmas Eve is also a great time to buy Christmas gifts from the Cardiff Blues shop. Selling all the latest Cardiff Blues merchandise that is sure to please fans of all age on Christmas day.
As Jos Heatwave cheerleaders take a well earned day off from entertaining the supporters the Cardiff Blues fans have the chance to welcome Cardiff Cougars All-stars Cheerleaders for a special appearance. There will also be a half time game for the under 8s played between Brecon and Rhydfelin junior rugby teams while the Cardiff under 11s who won in Italy last Saturday against Calvisano under 11s will also be doing a lap of honour around the pitch.
Youngsters can also get involved in the day with face painting, games, and Bruiser the Bear keeping the younger fans entertained. Students can also start their Christmas partying early with a free pint when they purchase a student ticket.
Supporters can get tickets for what promises to be a great day out by calling the ticket office on 029 2030 2030 or buying them online at /tickets.