THOUSANDS of North Walians will be making the trek to the Millennium Stadium for the Wales versus Ireland match tomorrow that kicks off the RBS Six Nations 2013.
But though the stadium in Cardiff has a capacity of 74,500, not every die-hard Wales fan can fit in.
Many of us will cheer the home side from rugby clubs and pubs in Flintshire and Wrexham, while others will support the side from the comfort of their front room.
Wrexham Rugby Union Football Club will be among those opening their doors to members and guests on Saturday, as will Mold Rugby Club, which also has a contingent of 35 local fans travelling to Cardiff.
A Mold Rugby Club spokesman said: "We were there last year when Wales beat France and saw the Grand Slam. Fingers crossed for this year."
Food and fun will be on offer at Saith Seren, the pub and Welsh hub in Wrexham, where fans will have the chance to view the game on the big screen.
But screens do not come much bigger than the 50 footer at Theatr Stiwt in Rhos.
The 500-seat theatre already has strong links with rugby, as it recently showcased the talents of Gareth Thomas, who represented the country in both union and league matches, in their Christmas panto.
Gavin Sharpe for the Stiwt said: “We have the largest projection screen in North Wales, so it’s going to be almost like watching it on the screens in Cardiff.
“Rhos is quite an enthusiastic place to watch Rugby. It’s going to be a family day, with activities, food and live music.”