Cardiff Blues Team Activity Highlights on Social Media

Benetton v Cardiff | Extended Highlights | Round 18 | URC 2021/22
Benetton v Cardiff | Extended Highlights | Round 18 | URC 2021/22

Watch extended highlights of the action as @BenettonRugby took on @Cardiff Blues in Round 18 of the United Rugby ...



Benetton vs Cardiff Rugby - Highlights from URC
Benetton vs Cardiff Rugby - Highlights from URC

Watch the highlights from Benetton Rugby 69-21 Cardiff Rugby, URC, 20/5/2022 To watch all content live on Premier Sports, visit ...



Benetton Treviso vs. Cardiff Blues | 2022 United Rugby Championship | Live Stream
Benetton Treviso vs. Cardiff Blues | 2022 United Rugby Championship | Live Stream

"Benetton Treviso vs. Cardiff Blues ”Live Stream” Live Stream ➤➤ https://tinyurl.today/k3QA United Rugby Championship 2022 ...



Ultima di URC per Benetton, a Treviso arrivano i Cardiff Blues - United Rugby Championship



Ultima di #URC per Benetton, a Treviso arrivano i Cardiff Blues Le formazioni di questa sera #BENvCAR



Dragons vs Cardiff Rugby - Highlights from URC
Dragons vs Cardiff Rugby - Highlights from URC

Watch the highlights from Dragons 18-19 Cardiff Rugby, URC, 13/5/2022 To watch all content live on Premier Sports, visit ...



Dragons vs Cardiff Blues is on BBC Two Wales / HD. With commentary from Gareth Rhys Owen. Co-commentator is Andrew Coombs. For more details see #Dragons #CardiffBlues #BBCTwoWalesHD




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Cardiff Blues

Cardiff Blues are one of the four professional Welsh regional rugby union teams. Based in Cardiff, the capital of Wales, the team play at Cardiff Arms Park and are owned by Cardiff Blues Rugby Ltd, who also own and run Cardiff Rugby Football Club.

Cardiff Blues vs Leicester Tigers (2008–09 Heineken Cup)

The second semi-final of the 2008–09 Heineken Cup, the premier European club rugby union competition, saw Cardiff Blues take on Leicester Tigers at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on 3 May 2009. The scores were level after regular time and neither team was able to score during extra time, resulting in the first ever penalty shoot-out in a professional rugby union match.

Cardiff City Blue Dragons

The Cardiff City Blue Dragons were a rugby league team formed in 1981. Their home ground was Ninian Park which was also used by Cardiff City FC. The club spent three seasons in Cardiff before relocating to Bridgend in 1984 as the Bridgend Blue Dragons, who were finally wound up in 1986.

The Cardiff Blues's Rugby team activities page. Related with social media posts of Cardiff Blues's games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!