Since opening in June 1999, the Principality Stadium (formerly known as the Millennium Stadium) has welcomed, on average, over 1.3 million visitors per year. Sporting the first fully-retractable roof in the UK, the venue is at the leading edge as a multi-purpose, multi-faceted event venue.
The Cardiff Blues are the city's rugby club and matches are regularly played during the season. After a spell sharing the Cardiff City Stadium with Cardiff City FC, the Blues have returned home to Cardiff Arms Park.
Superbowl UK Cardiff offers a concourse for players of all ability levels. With 12 state of the art lanes including their unique VIP Bowling Experience, the latest scoring system along with bumpers and ramps are provided to make ten-pin bowling more enjoyable and engaging than ever.
The Viola Ice Arena is the City's Ice Rink featuring timed skating sessions during the day and some evenings. It is also the focus for ice sports in the Wales, boasting two ice pads and seating for 3,000 spectators.
With its variable river flows the course is suitable for those at all levels to enjoy the thrill of white water. Family rafting is also on offer for those aged 8 and over, along with birthday parties and multi activity days.
Located in the heart of Cardiff Bay this modern facility offers an impressive 50m Olympic swimming pool, leisure pool with fun slides, 110 station gym, sauna, steam room and spa, and a friendly onsite café.
Hollywood Bowl is the largest ten-pin bowling operator in the UK. The bowling centre is equipped with a minimum of 12 lanes, a licensed bar, a café and an up-to-date games arcade.
Located in the bay in the new sports ice village, the Devils entertain at a fast and furious pace, keeping spectators leaping to their feet throughout many an enthralling match!
Cardiff Bay’s ultimate powerboat experience, providing fast and fun boat trips in the Bay. Set up in 1999, Bay Island Voyages operates boat trips using new high speed RIB boats from Cardiff Bay to Flat Holm Island and the Bristol Channel.
Whether you’re a seasoned water sports enthusiast or looking to try out something completely new, the Cardiff Bay Water Activity Centre offers a vast range of action-packed activities and courses.
Cardiff City currently play in the Championship which is the second tier of England's football league. In 2013 they joined neighbouring rivals Swansea City as the two Welsh teams in the Premiership, alongside English clubs Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea but were relegated in the following year.
Cricket is the oldest team game in Wales with a heritage stretching back to the late 18th century. Glamorgan County Cricket Club was formed in 1888 and since 1921 it has been Wales' only representative in first-class cricket.
The Sport Wales National Centre has extensive indoor and outdoor facilities which are used by more than 30 Welsh governing bodies of sport. The centre regularly hosts international competitions, training camps, coach education, qualifications and individual athlete training.
Located in Fairwater Park, Cardiff Ski and Snowboard Centre was built in 1969 by Cardiff City Council. The original slope measured 90 metres and was the one of the first dry slopes in Great Britain.
One of the largest, fastest and most exciting circuits in Wales. The track is approximately 1050 meters in length with nine corners with a surface of tarmac. All karts have a full protective wrap around and reach speeds of up to 45 mph.