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During the Euro 2004 qualifying tournament Wales became the best supported national team in Europe, with an average attendance in excess of 70,000.
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Access to the Millennium Stadium can be made by Gate 4 on Westgate Street in Cardiff's City Centre.
From the East: By leaving the M4 at J28 and taking the A48 West and following signs for the City Centre.
From the North: By leaving the M4 at J32 and taking the A470 South and following signs for the City Centre.
Both East and North routes converge on North Road (A470). Follow North Road to it's conclusion and bear right into Castle Street (A4161) (Cardiff Castle will be on your right hand side).
Proceed along Castle Street through the first set of traffic lights. At the second set of traffic lights turn left into Westgate Street (the Angel Hotel will be on your left hand side). Gate 4 of the Millennium Stadium is approximately 200 metres ahead on the right hand side.
From the West: By leaving the M4 at J33 and taking the A4232 East and following signs for the City Centre.
There are no parking facilities for the general public at the Millennium Stadium.
Millennium Stadium is situated within five minutes walk of Cardiff Central Railway Station. Passengers can access the Stadium by leaving the station's main entrance on the Northern side and bearing left at the exit for Gates 5, 6 and 7 via Wood Street or by bearing straight ahead from the exit to Westgate Street for Gates 4, 3, 2 continuing around to Gate 1 on Castle Street.
Main Line Connections
Cardiff Central operates First Great Western main line connection routes to and from London, Birmingham, Manchester, South West England and West Wales.
Cardiff Central operates Arriva Trains Wales branch line connections to Ebbw Vale, Rhymney, Merthyr, Treherbert, Aberdare, Coryton, Penarth and Barry.
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