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Cardiff welcomes Real Madrid CF and Sevilla FC for the UEFA Super Cup, the first time Wales has staged such a fixture, with the added bonus of locally-born Gareth Bale being in the Madrid squad. The 12 August match takes place at the five-year-old Cardiff City Stadium, which will have an increased capacity of around 33,000 for the game.
Click on the video player to see interviews with Football Association of Wales (FAW) president Trefor Lloyd Hughes, chief executive Jonathan Ford and former national-team captain Kevin Ratcliffe, who tells UEFA.com: "It's a privilege to have the game here and it just shows you how far the city has come."
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