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Established
1876 (146 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Cardiff City Stadium
(33,280 Capacity)

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Cardiff, Wales

Nicknames
Y Dreigiau

Competitions
UEFA European Championships
FIFA World Cup
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Upcoming Events
22 Sep 22 Belgium  -  Wales
25 Sep 22 Wales  -  Poland
21 Nov 22 USA  -  Wales
25 Nov 22 Wales  -  Iran
29 Nov 22 Wales  -  England

Latest Results
14 Jun 22 Netherlands  3 - 2  Wales
11 Jun 22 Wales  1 - 1  Belgium
08 Jun 22 Wales  1 - 2  Netherlands
05 Jun 22 Wales  1 - 0  Ukraine
01 Jun 22 Poland  2 - 1  Wales

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The Wales national football team (Welsh: Tîm pêl-droed cenedlaethol Cymru) represents Wales in international football. It is controlled by the Football Association of Wales (FAW), the governing body for football in Wales and the third-oldest national football association in the world.

Although part of the United Kingdom, Wales has always had a representative side that plays in major professional tournaments, though not in the Olympic Games, as the International Olympic Committee has always recognised United Kingdom representative sides.

During their history, Wales have qualified for three major international tournaments. Wales reached the quarter-finals of the 1958 FIFA World Cup. They reached the semi-finals of UEFA Euro 2016 and have qualified for UEFA Euro 2020, and also progressed through UEFA Euro 1976 qualifying to the quarter-finals, though this was played on a two-legged, home-and-away basis and not considered part of the finals tournament.

At all levels, including the youth teams, the Welsh national team draws players primarily from clubs in the English football league system. The main professional Welsh clubs play in the English leagues, with some full-time and part-time professional clubs playing in the Welsh football league system.

Team Members
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Joe
Allen
#4



Ethan
Ampadu
#44



Gareth
Bale




David
Brooks
#7



Ben
Cabango
#44



Rubin
Colwill
#27



Adam
Davies
#16



Ben
Davies
#33



Chris
Gunter
#2



Wayne
Hennessey
#13



Daniel
James
#21



Dylan
Levitt
#63



Tom
Lockyer
#15



Chris
Mepham
#6



Kieffer
Moore
#10



Joe
Morrell
#28



Rhys
Norrington-Davies




Aaron
Ramsey
#16



Tyler
Roberts
#11



Connor
Roberts
#23



Joe
Rodon
#14



Matthew
Smith
#65



Danny
Ward
#12



Jonathan
Williams
#15



Neco
Williams
#76

2020-2021

Harry
Wilson
#23


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Stadium or Home

The Cardiff City Stadium (Welsh: Stadiwm Dinas Caerdydd) is a stadium in the Leckwith area of Cardiff, Wales. It is the home of Cardiff City Football Club and the Wales national football team.

Following expansion of the Ninian Stand in July 2014, the stadium officially holds 33,280 supporters, making it the 24th largest stadium in the United Kingdom in terms of capacity. The stadium replaced Ninian Park as Cardiff City's home ground in 2009, and is managed by Cardiff City Stadium Ltd., which is owned by Cardiff City Football Club Holdings Ltd. It also hosted the home matches of the Cardiff Blues rugby union team until the 2011–12 season, although originally the Blues had a lease until 2029.

After the Millennium Stadium, it is the second largest stadium in Cardiff and in Wales. The stadium is part of the Leckwith development, which also includes the Cardiff International Sports Stadium. A branded sponsor name will be assigned as and when the naming rights are sold. The stadium was officially opened on 22 July 2009, with Cardiff City playing a friendly match against Celtic.

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