Cardiff Blues are expecting huge interest in the pre-season friendly from home and away fans and have issued travel advice for supporters wanting to attend the game.
The new state-of-the-art stadium is situated a mile out of the city centre, with regular bus and train services from Cardiff Central Train Station.
It is easily accessible from the M4. Drivers should leave at junction 33, take the exit signposted Cardiff onto the A4232 and continue for six miles.
Tickets are priced at £10 adults and £5 children and are available at www.cardiffblues.com/tickets Tigers fans should select the 'away adult' or 'away junior' drop down box when purchasing their tickets so that they are issued with normal paper tickets. Tickets are also available by calling 0845 345 1400.
How to reach the Cardiff City Stadium
* Leave the M4 at junction 33
* Take exit signposted Cardiff onto the A4232, continue for 6 miles
* At the 2nd junction take the exit (signposted Cardiff City Stadium) on to B4267 (Slip Road)
There are two train stations located in the vicinity of the new stadium, Ninian Park and Grangetown. Both are served by excellent, regular rail links from the city centre, North Cardiff and the Valleys. Visit www.arrivatrainswales.co.uk/
Cardiff Blues have teamed up with Cardiff Bus to run a shuttle bus service from Westgate Street (outside Burger King), stopping at the rear car park behind Cardiff Central Train Station, then on to the new Cardiff City Stadium and back on match days.
The shuttle bus service is free for season ticket holders and costs £2 for non season ticket holders.
There is already a regular service every 12 minutes from Cardiff Central Bus Station to the Cardiff City Stadium. Visit www.cardiffbus.com
A taxi from Cardiff Central Station to the new stadium will cost approximately £4.