The great invasion of Munster rugby fans is set to turn one Welsh rugby club into a - mini Glastonbury - this weekend with 400 visitors pitching up to camp.
Llandaff rugby have booked in 50 camper vans and 70 tents at their ground just five minutes away from the venue of the 13th Heineken Cup final between Munster and Toulouse on Saturday.
When Munster reached the final in 2006 the club hosted a few fans who couldn't find hotel accommodation, but two years on the situation has exploded.
"We acted as an overspill from the Pontcanna Camp site two years ago and only had a few tents," said Llandaff rugby club stewardess Lynne Thomas.
"But this time it has been manic. We had a call from someone at Celtic Campers and he has suggested to everyone he has hired a vehicle to to come to Llandaff.
"It means that from Thursday night through to Sunday we will have 50 camper vans parked in our car park and 70 tents pitched on our main field. It's going to resemble a mini-Glastonbury.
"We're opening up the showers and the clubhouse, some of the players and committee are cooking breakfast and organising a BBQ on Saturday and we've pout on some live entertainment as well.
"The Munster fans were fantastic last time and we are really looking forward to having them back. We're having to wait up until the early hours of the morning to ensure we are there to meet everyone when they arrive on the early morning ferry crossings, but it will be worth the wait."
As well as extra toilet rolls and food, Lynne has also had to stock 500 extra bottles of Magners, load up on the Guinness and ensure there is a mountain of ice available for the bar.
Meanwhile, another rugby club close to the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff HSOB, are expecting 200 campers at their ground as the expected 40,000 Irish invasion builds up ahead of the Millennium Stadium showdown between the two best clubs in European rugby.