• For customers attending the match, it is advisable to take the earliest service possible into Cardiff as train services in the area will be busy all day.
  • We ask customers to buy a ticket before they board the train and to buy a return ticket on their outward journey if planning to take the train home
  • Extra capacity will be added where possible, however customers are advised to check their last train home
  • After the match, customers for local Cardiff and Valleys routes must use Cardiff Queen Street station
  • Post-match queuing systems will be in place at Cardiff Central (for mainline services) and at Cardiff Queen Street (for local Cardiff and Valleys services)

Post Event Queuing

Queue Plan – https://m.arrivatrainswales.co.uk/media/184501/ATW-Wal-v-Scotland-Queuing-Map-0118-2.pdf

Cardiff Central Station

Please use Cardiff Central for the following destinations

  • Birmingham
  • Bristol
  • Crewe
  • Ebbw Vale
  • Gloucester
  • London
  • Newport
  • North Wales
  • West Wales

Route between Cardiff Central station and Cardiff Queen Street

Cardiff Queen Street

Queue Plan – https://m.arrivatrainswales.co.uk/media/184498/ATW-Wal-v-Scotland-Queuing-Map-0118-3.pdf

Please use Cardiff Queen Street for the following destinations;

  • Barry Island, Penarth, Rhoose, Llantwit Major.  Radyr via the City line , Cardiff Bay
  • Rhymney Valley: Caerphilly, connecting services to Ystrad Mynach, Bargoed and Rhymney.  Stations to Coryton
  • Taff Valley: Pontypridd and connecting services to Merthyr Tydfil, Aberdare and Treherbert.