All sports in Cardiff are part of the foundation of the Welsh country as it is home to some of the headquarters for sports organisations.
The two main sports in Cardiff are rugby and football. Cardiff City Football Club plays its games at Cardiff City Stadium. It holds nearly twenty seven thousand people and is relatively new as it opened in 2009. Rugby is also played here as well as international football matches. There are various other clubs in Cardiff, but relatively small compared to Cardiff City FC. Ryan Giggs is probably the most celebrated Welsh footballer, being a legendary figure for Manchester United for the past two decades.
Rugby is extremely ripe in Cardiff with Cardiff Blues being the main team. Their home games are played in Cardiff City Stadium and they compete in the Magners League. Other clubs in the area are Cardiff RFC and Glamorgan Wanderers RFC.
The main attraction in terms of sport in Cardiff is definitely the Millennium Stadium which is home to the Wales National Rugby team but also hosts international football matches. It has a capacity of over seventy six thousand and the roof can be closed for a truly intimidating atmosphere.
Cardiff is also home to the SWALEC stadium which is home to Glamorgan County Cricket Team and also hosts England Cricket matches.