The heavyweight unification fight the world has been waiting for between Anthony Joshua MBE and Joseph Parker will take place at Principality Stadium on March 31.
Joshua and Parker have agreed to put their IBF, WBA Super, IBO and WBO belts and unbeaten records on the line, ending a period of intense negotiation between the rival camps.
The winner-takes all contest will put the winner within touching distance of becoming the first undisputed heavyweight champion of the world since Lennox Lewis in 1999.
Full travel guide
A full city centre road closure will be in place for Anthony Joshua’s heavyweight unification clash against Joseph Parker at Principality Stadium.
Enhanced security checks will be taking place at Principality Stadium, so all ticketholders should expect to be searched when they enter the stadium.
Given this, ticket holders are strongly advised to leave plenty of time to get into both Cardiff and the stadium.
With a sell-out crowd of over 65,000, the authorities are advising all ticket holders to plan their travel before purchasing their ticket, as late night train services will be very limited due to planned engineering works on the railway and the road network is expected to be very busy.