The men’s UEFA Champions League Final will take place on June 3rd and is the largest sporting event in the world in 2017.

It is a major coup for Cardiff and Wales to host such a prestigious event and all agencies involved are determined to make it a success.

Intensive planning has been underway for many months to ensure a safe and successful event.

UEFA estimate a global audience of more than 200 million watching the game live, with many hundred million watching the game on catch up, or through news coverage.

The eyes of the world will be firmly on Cardiff and South East Wales. The economic benefit to the Cardiff city region is estimated to be £45m.

The things you need to know about how city centre parkland will be affected by Cardiff’s hosting of the UEFA Champions League Finals: UEFA FAQ – final approved ENG

 

What impact is there to routes and businesses within Bute Park over the UEFA weekend and during the build and break period?

For information about the impact to routes and businesses within Bute Park over the UEFA weekend download this PDF: Bute Park across UEFA weekend