Cardiff Arms Park
Friday, 23 May 2014 - Kick-off 20.00
Saturday, 24 May 2014 - Kick-off 17.00
Tickets for the Cardiff 2014 Amlin Challenge Cup and the Heineken Cup finals went on general sale from Monday, 16 September 2013 at 12 noon.
Buy Amlin Challenge Cup Final Tickets online*
Buy Heineken Cup Final Tickets online*
From outside the UK, you can call the Ticket Hotline, +44 (0) 161 425 8822 or 0844 248 5066 from within the UK.
*Tickets also available from Ticketlineuk.com
For group sales' queries, please contact +44 (0) 161 492 1897 or email email@example.com
Please direct all queries with regards to tickets for supporters with special needs to WRU at +44 29 20 822 427
|Ticket Category||Price (£)*|
|A - Finalists clubs only**||45|
|B - Stand (currently available through Ticketlineuk above only)
|C - Family Stand**||35|
|D - Terrace / Standing||20|
**Currently none available.
|Ticket Category||Price (£)*|
|D - Limited Group x 4 offer (£150) **
*Delivery / Booking/Administration fees may apply
*Children over 12months require a ticket to enter the stadium**Currently none available.
To register interest for ERC Rugby Travel Official one-or two-night ticket and accommodation packages for both the Cardiff 2014 Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup Finals, please visit ERC Rugby Travel
ERC offered an exclusive sales period to supporters who have previously purchased Heineken Cup final tickets, through *Ticketmaster, and or subscribers to ercrugby.com's **ERC Eurozone Ezine.
During this exclusive period these supporters had the opportunity to avail of a limited Golden Ticket offer with tickets to both finals, as well as being able to purchase tickets from all categories for either final before they are put on general public sale.
ERC's 2014 finals will go ahead in the Welsh capital with the Amlin Challenge Cup final played at Cardiff Arms Park on Friday, 23 May 2014 and the 19th Heineken Cup showpiece event staged the following day (Saturday, 24 May 2014) at the Millennium Stadium.
Following the decision of the FFR to withdraw its application to host the 2014 finals due to the ongoing uncertainty over the availability of the Stade de France, the Board of ERC received bid proposals to host the finals from England, Scotland and Wales.
The Welsh Rugby Union was awarded the ERC finals following a competitive bid process and that decision creates a major opportunity to build on the city's rich Heineken Cup heritage after the highly successful staging of the two finals in 2011.
The Welsh capital is steeped in European club rugby history as the first two Heineken Cup tournament finals were played at Cardiff Arms Park in 1996 and 1997, with Cardiff reaching the inaugural decider only to lose to Toulouse who have since gone on to win the coveted trophy on four occasions.
Four Heineken Cup finals have been played to date at the world-class Millennium Stadium with the most recent decider two years ago producing a classic European contest when Leinster Rugby defeated Northampton Saints with a dramatic second-half comeback.
Next year's finals will also see the creation of ERC's highly popular European Champions Village which will provide a focal point in the heart of Cardiff for fans to savour the unique atmosphere of a major European club rugby occasion.