Friday, 20 November 2009

Big screen continues big game success

Swansea city centre's super big screen is ready to kick-off another weekend of sport.

Wales face Rugby World Cup semi-finalists Argentina at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday November 21 at 2.30pm and those without tickets can watch it in Swansea.

The eagerly anticipated third game in the Welsh team's 2009 Autumn International series will be broadcast on Castle Square's BBC Big Screen.

Nigel Jones, Strategic Events Manager for Swansea Council, said: "Castle Square is proving to be very popular with residents as more and more footage is being shown on the BBC Big Screen.

"We all know what a great rugby nation Wales is and how passionate people are about the game. It's good to be able to see Wales play on the large screen with friends and family.

"It's also good to give supporters a great chance to enjoy watching Wales compete against some of the great rugby nations around the world."

Forthcoming Wales games being shown in Castle Square include:
  • Wales v Argentina, Saturday 21 November (2 to 4.30pm)
  • Wales v Australia, Saturday 28 November (5 to 7.30pm)
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