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Rugby fans heading to Cardiff for Wales' first game of the Rugby World Cup have been warned to allow extra time due to large crowds using train services.
Yesterday, First Great Western apologised to passengers for delays and 'severe overcrowding' on train services towards Cardiff ahead of the Millennium Stadium's game of the tournament.
There are delays on trains out of Cardiff Central due to overcrowding.
Arriva Trains Wales and First Great Western Services are behind schedule by around 40 minutes.
It follows a day of disruption due to 'underestimated' numbers of rugby fans travelling to the city to watch Ireland play Canada at the Millennium Stadium.
Rugby fans heading out of Cardiff this evening have taken to Twitter to air their frustrations over the availability of trains.
It follows disruption before the Ireland v Canada match today, which saw some fans make it to the Millennium Stadium with only minutes before kick off.
Arriva Trains Wales says it is working to get fans home as quickly as possible, with more than 10,000 people passing through Cardiff Central station.
First Great Western has apologised to train passengers who have experienced delays over overcrowding on its services on Saturday, as thousands try to reach Cardiff for the Millennium Stadium's first Rugby World Cup match.
FGW said passenger numbers were "significantly higher" than it expected, it has now provided an extra 1,500 seats today, and will be reviewing arrangements for future matches.
Delays on train services towards Cardiff have left many rugby fans fearing they won't make it to the Millennium Stadium in time for kick off between Ireland and Canada at 2.30pm this afternoon.
Passengers have also complained about overcrowding on First Great Western trains from London, Reading, Swindon and Bristol.
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