Scarlets fans are being encouraged to make travel plans in preparation for this Friday’s quarter final match versus Stade Rochelais.
This Friday will see Parc y Scarlets host its first ever European Rugby Champions Cup quarter final with a record attendance of nearly 15,500 rugby fans.
The game versus Stade Rochelais will be played to a sold out stadium bringing with it an increase in traffic. Three park and rides have been put in place – Festival Fields, Schaeffler (UK) Ltd and Technium Dafen.
People are being encouraged to make use of these park and ride facilities to help alleviate traffic build up around the stadium. People are also being asked to show consideration to residents living near the stadium and the emergency services when parking their cars.
Leader of Carmarthenshire County Council, Cllr Emlyn Dole said: “We’re expecting thousands of fans to visit Carmarthenshire to enjoy not only the rugby but the fantastic croeso that Carmarthenshire and Llanelli will offer. This is an important sell-out match which will create a fantastic atmosphere at Parc y Scarlets, the third time this season to draw crowds of this number. It is providing a big boost to the local economy with hotels and guest houses booked up. No doubt restaurants, pubs and retailers will benefit too. I’m sure many French visitors will make a weekend of it and explore the county’s coast, countryside and local attractions – but of course we hope the better side wins – West is Best!”
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