Wales will face The All Blacks at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday 14th November
The second game in the autumn series for Wales is against New Zealand on Saturday 14th November 2020, which kicks off at 5.30pm at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
The All Blacks have played 35 matches against Wales, winning 32 of them. The first Test match between the two sides was played in 1905 at Cardiff Arms Park, with Wales winning 3–0, when the All Blacks were in Wales during the historic 1905–1906 All Blacks tour in Europe and North America. The loss was said to be controversial, as All Blacks wing Bob Deans claimed to have scored a try that would have brought them level. However, Wales were generally considered the better team with the All Blacks playing particularly poorly in the first half of the game. Two more Welsh victories in the next 50 years were balanced by a defeat by the1924 All Black "Invincibles". Since the last loss (19 December 1953) New Zealand have won 31 encounters and Wales winning 0.
It is very easy to get to the Principality Stadium from the hotel. It is a 6-minute taxi ride into the City Centre. The Cardiff Bay train station is a 5-minute walk from the hotel and takes you to Cardiff Queen Street station, followed by a 15-minute walk to the Principality Stadium. Alternatively, you could change lines for Cardiff Central followed by a 5-minute walk. Future Inns is a cycle-friendly hotel, or you can use Nextbike, which would take around 14-minutes. The number 6 bus stops outside Cardiff County Hall, across the road from the hotel, and would take around 19-minutes to Cardiff Central Bus Station. It would take approximately 30 minutes to walk from the hotel.
Future Inn Cardiff is an ideal base for the night offering various sized rooms including ones that can sleep up to four adults or a family. Perks include free car parking, free wifi and a complimentary robe and slippers. Book direct for the best available rates on our website or by contacting the Reservations Team on 02920 487111 or email@example.com.
Thomas Restaurant is ideal to fuel up before the sporting event. Every day the team serve breakfast, brunch, lunch, evening a-la-carte or traditional roasts on Sunday. A homemade Taste of Wales Afternoon Tea is served daily between 1pm-5pm or our set menu offers 3 courses for £20 daily between 5pm-10pm. A large selection of alcoholic and soft drinks is also available including Welsh beer and spirits, wine by the glass or the bottle, plus all cocktails are £7 each.
Reservations can be made on 02920 487111 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or online:
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