THE Dragons have been allocated a block of seats to create an ‘away’ section at their Judgement Day clash with the Scarlets.

The double-header has been shifted to Cardiff City Stadium, capacity 33,280, this season due to a clash with Taylor Swift’s concert at Principality Stadium.

The Saturday, June 1 event is the first time that the Dragons are not losing a home fixture for Judgement Day.

That means supporters don’t have the double-header included in their season tickets and the Rodney Parade club have two reserved blocks for their fans.

Category A – block 207, which will be in the 22 of the Grandstand (the tunnel side) towards the Canton Stand – costs £35 for adults, £25 for over-65s and full-time students and £15 for under-16s.

Category B – block 106 behind the posts in the Canton Stand (to the left on television coverage) – costs £25 for adults, £20 for over-65s and full-stime students, £15 for under-16s.

These tickets can only be bought from the Dragons online or by calling 01633 670690.

The Dragons face the Scarlets at 3pm before Cardiff host the Ospreys at 5.15pm.

The Rodney Parade club last played at Cardiff City Stadium behind closed doors in 2021 when they hosted Glasgow in the Rainbow Cup. That fixture was shifted to the capital while pitch work was being done in Newport.

The Dragons lost that clash with the Warriors and also suffered defeat to Cardiff in three league games plus a friendly when they had moved from the Arms Park, and also lost to Wasps in 2010 when a frozen pitch meant a European fixture was shifted.