Welsh rugby’s Principality Stadium has commissioned urban aerial adventure experts Wire & Sky to build a new high flying, adrenaline-fuelled visitor attraction on the Cardiff skyline.
Principality Stadium, which is owned and operated by the Welsh Rugby Union, will host a year-round adventure experience for local thrill seekers and travelling daredevils from around the globe on its famous roof, set to open in March 2024.
Wire & Sky, who have worked on similar projects at Wembley Stadium, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the Cutty Sark and Liverpool FC’s Anfield have already begun building work in Cardiff which is now visible from the Stadium’s riverwalk.
The multi-million pound project will be operated by Wire & Sky on behalf of the WRU Group, with an official partnership between the two organisations already struck.
“We’ve had the privilege of delivering breath-taking experiences at some of the world’s best venues and stadia and the plans for Principality Stadium are up there with the very best of the,” said Andy Broad, managing director, Wire & Sky.
“We are working with major Welsh construction company Pro Steel Engineering on the build and will be coming back to interested parties shortly with more details of what the adventure will entail.”
Richard Selby, director and co-founder, Pro Steel Engineering said: “We’re thrilled to be part of this innovative venture at one of Wales’ most iconic venues, the Principality Stadium. Work is already underway, and we’ve had a very busy workshop preparing for this, so we can’t wait to see the final result and the first thrill-seekers enjoying the new attraction.”
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