In a statement on its website Pontypridd Rugby Club says there is no access to its site.
Supporters, partners and neighbours of Pontypridd RFC are advised that the Sardis Road stadium is currently not accessible.
This is due to a police investigation into a major incident in the vicinity.
The club will keep all concerned informed regarding access to the Sardis Road stadium as further information is received from the relevant authorities.
Watch Hannah Thomas's report from the scene of a major police operation in Pontypridd this evening.
Police have confirmed they are dealing with an incident in Pontypridd but are not issuing any further details at this stage.
There is a large police presence around the town's rugby club.
The police helicopter has also been deployed and a cordon is in place.
Police have told people in Pontypridd that the cordon around the rugby club could be in place until next week.Read the full story ›
Police officers are manning cordons around Pontypridd rugby club.
Police have been asked to comment.
Residents in Pontypridd say Maesycoed Road is closed due to an ongoing incident.
The police helicopter can also be seen hovering above the town.
Drivers are being urged to avoid Pontypridd town centre due to an ongoing police incident.
The council say there is traffic congestion in the area.
There are reports of a heavy police presence near Pontypridd rugby club.
Residents nearby say the police helicopter is circling above and there is police road block on Maesycoed road.
Parents in Rhondda Cynon Taf gathered today to protest against the council's plans to introduce part-time education for three and four year olds in the area.
A march took place in Pontypridd town, organised by members of the group Parents Against the Cuts to Education.
The group have been fighting the council's plans for more than 18 months.
Jo Caddy is one of its members.
A spokesperson for Rhondda Cynon Taf Council said it had been forced to consider these decisions as part of the UK Government's Austerity Measures.
The Council's Cabinet recently agreed to amend the funding of nursery education to support part-time nursery education for three year-olds and full-time for four year olds.
The Cabinet determined that this decision will continue to ensure the provision of sufficient nursery education for the children of Rhondda Cynon Taf.
Even after these changes Rhondda Cynon Taf will be offering one of the most favourable provisions in Wales.This difficult decision will contribute over £2million in savings to bridge a funding gap of £30million which was initially faced by the Council.
Detectives investigating the death of 42 year-old Darran Almond, from the Graig area of Pontypridd, have charged two men with murder.
Stephen John Richardson who is 42 and 31 year-old David William Dunn, both also from Graig, will appear before Pontypridd Magistrates Court later today.