Venue for five group stage games, a semi-final and the final.
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Parc y Scarlets
Matches: Wales v Denmark, Germany v Norway, Wales v England*, Finland v Norway*, Denmark v England, semi-final 1, final
• Home to local rugby union sides Llanelli RFC and Scarlets, Parc y Scarlets (Scarlets' Park) opened in November 2008 and replaced Stradey Park, the home of Llanelli's rugby teams for almost 130 years.
• The approach to the main stand is known as the Ray Gravell Legends Walkway and is paved with bricks naming each Llanelli RFC and Scarlets player to have played for Wales. A statue of Gravell stands outside the stadium.
• The venue is no stranger to football: Wales's women's and men's senior sides have both played here, as have the women's Under-19 team, while Swansea City AFC held their home reserve fixtures at the stadium in 2011/12.
Historically a mining town, Llanelli grew on steel and became the traditional centre of Welsh tinplate production, but is famous for its production line of a different type of precious mettle: rugby union players. Between them, Llanelli and Scarlets have nurtured no fewer than 19 Wales captains.
*Games moved to Parc y Scarlets due to waterlogged pitch at Carmarthen's Richmond Park