Sit back and enjoy the former Cymru manager's first ever in-depth conversation about the journey to UEFA EURO 2016.
After achieving qualification for EURO 2016 in Zenica against Bosnia & Herzegovina, it's back to Cardiff to celebrate in front of the home fans.
However, first, Chris Coleman's squad must play Andorra in their final qualification match, desperate to end the campaign with a win.
Watch the match with us below. Streams from 7.30pm.
From the JD Cymru Premier archives, it's the first ever European Play-Off Final.
Neath AFC take on Prestatyn Town at The Gnoll.
You can stream the latest episode of FC Cymru right now below.
These are challenging times for everyone, so FAW.Cymru asked the FC Cymru how they made the latest show whilst following the social distancing requirements. You can read that article by clicking here.
Watch a full re-run of this historical night in Welsh Football as Cymru go to Zenica to play Bosnia & Herzegovina.
You can follow live Twitter coverage over on @Cymru at the same time.
The date is 27 December 2011 and it's a big farewell to Farrar Road.
Bangor City are set to say goodbye to their home, as they host Prestatyn Town in what is expected to be a packed out fixture.
Can the Citizens see off their home with 3 points to end Christmas on top of the table?
Stream the match below.
Football clubs across Wales have been clapping for carers during the current pandemic.
There's a couple of social media examples below.
Some individuals from our domestic clubs have also been raising money for the NHS. You can find more coverage on CymruFootball.Wales.
Once again, we would like to thank all of the heroes on the front line and those who are helping others in this challenging time! @NHS @NHSuk @fawales @girlsafcCKSV @AllWalesSport @TafarnYFelin @Ashmoleandco @GravellsMotors #clapthecarers #heroes #lightitblue #weareone pic.twitter.com/sV8BfJXZdJ— CKSV AFC (@CKSV_AFC) April 16, 2020
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Whilst the JD Cymru Leagues awaits the return of football, referees Kevin Parry and Laura Griffiths are focusing their efforts on helping the NHS to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Read more over on CymruFootball.Wales
A number of Cymru Leagues referees have been supporting the NHS in different ways during the current pandemic— JD Cymru Leagues (@CymruLeagues) April 15, 2020
Read about an insight into life at work from Cymru Leagues referees Kevin Parry and Laura Griffiths
The Cymru Leagues have announced a Rewind series of matches that will be streamed to their Facebook page.
The full list of fixtures to be streamed are detailed below.
Watch a full re-run of the EURO 2016 Qualifying Round match between Cyprus and Wales with us below.
The match streams from 7.30pm.
Have you ever wondered about the work of the Football Association of Wales? We're so much more than just football.
Check out our 'Built on Welsh Spirit' review of the FAW.
‘Built on Welsh Spirit’ highlights the advancements that have been achieved across all areas of Welsh football from the elite level to the FAW’s engagement with Welsh life, heritage and culture, development of facilities to the domestic game and governance restructure.
Through videos captured over the past year, the overview of achievements for Welsh football is brought to life, shown in a highly visual way that offers an engaging experience for all users.
You can keep updated with the exciting work across all levels of Welsh football, by watching FC Cymru, the Welsh football magazine show, featuring stories from all aspects of the game in Wales.
Watch a full re-run of the EURO 2016 Qualifying Round match between Cymru and Belgium on 12 June 2015.
The match streams from 3:00pm today.
We’ve got some new wallpapers to brighten up your lockscreen!
Click here to download.
Watch this episode of FC Cymru from the archives, featuring:
- Ryan Giggs getting grilled in a press conference with school children.
- A Cymru international explaining what it's like to play with Type 1 Diabetes.
- Cymru North taking on Cymru South in the JD Welsh Cup.
- Kinmel Bay explaining what they do in the community.
Cymru players have joined Welsh mental health charity Hafal to make you aware of some simple steps to maintain your wellbeing through the coming months.
Read the full advice by clicking here.
Check out these fun McDonald's and FAW Fun Football Skills.
The Fun Football Activity Book that accompanies these challenges contains more exciting things you can do at home.
Order yours by clicking here.
They're top of the group and Israel are confident ahead of Cymru's visit to Haifa.
A point for Chris Coleman's team in this difficult away match would be a good result. Join us for the qualifier.
Watch the match below from 7:30pm.
Good news! FAW Colouring Pack 2 has been released and you can download the new resources by clicking here.
FAW COLOURING SHEETS— FA WALES (@FAWales) April 6, 2020
You can now download the latest FAW designs! Take a look here: https://t.co/U24VQObv8j
⚽️ Make sure to send us photos of your sheets featuring @Cymru, @CymruLeagues & @theWPWL players. #TogetherStronger | #StayHomeSaveLives pic.twitter.com/woUnahPIXL
Ryan Giggs & @FAWales have a message to all of those following the guidance and staying home to protect the lives of people in #Wales— Public Health Wales (@PublicHealthW) April 3, 2020
We know the #StayAtHome guidance can be difficult to manage, but we're all in this together. #StayHomeSaveLives pic.twitter.com/leHYdb4SvB
A message from Italy: @FAWales & @juventusfcen star @aaronramsey is thanking everyone for staying home and saving lives in Wales along with our wonderful staff all over NHS Wales.#GrazieMille #Diolch #ThankYou#StayHomeSaveLives pic.twitter.com/jJG4Y7oNR9— Public Health Wales (@PublicHealthW) April 4, 2020
“I know it’s really hard, I know it’s disruptive and I know work is suffering but we’re all in it for the greater good, and we’re in it together” @helenwardie10 of @FAWales & @watfordfcladies#StayHomeSaveLives pic.twitter.com/vrLfm4iE6A— Public Health Wales (@PublicHealthW) April 4, 2020
Cymru come into this match undefeated in the group, however, Belgium are looking to bring that to an end.
The Belgians are 4th in the world rankings and some are already tipping them to get far at EURO 2016.
Watch the stream from 3pm.
Gareth Bale is the all-time top goalscorer for the Men's National Team. You can watch his most significant Cymru goals below and read all about them by clicking here.
If you're enjoying the music in the video from the Himalayas, scroll down this blog and find it in our FAW and Horizons collaboration playlist on Spotify.
Check out our Instagram post featuring some of the fantastic rainbows and kits that we've been tagged into across social media, as children from around the world enjoy using the FAW colouring pack.
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The road to EURO 2016 continues today with Cyprus the challengers in Cardiff. Chris Coleman's Cymru have taken four points from their first two qualifiers.
Tune in to find out if they can keep the run going. Match starts streaming from 7:30pm.
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During the last two years the FAW and BBC Horizons agreed to help promote music from upcoming Welsh artists by using their tracks on match highlights videos. We’re pleased to announce the videos have been viewed more than a million times across the world.
Since the launch of the collaboration in February 2018, 20+ different artists from across Wales have been featured in FAW videos. Genres range from pop to rock to third wave ska in both Welsh and English languages.
Several tracks that have been used as part of the collaboration have also become hugely popular across Wales and the globe. As well as match highlights videos, songs have also featured in episodes of the FC Cymru web show as well as live performances from Horizons artists in the 2019 JD Welsh Cup Final.
Check out the playlist below.
Whilst playing your part and staying home to save lives, now seems to be the perfect time to complete the FAW's online Become a Ref course.
You can become a fully qualified referee from just £25 and it can all be done from the comfort of your own home.
Take this opportunity for a new challenge and when football returns following the pandemic you can get directly involved in the game and stay healthy.
The FAW Colouring Pack proved to be very popular over the weekend with plenty of parents sharing their children's work.
You can see some of the work in the tweet below. To see more visit our Twitter timeline here.
We thoroughly enjoy receiving your @Cymru kit designs from our colouring pack: https://t.co/yAJgtxOp3w— FA WALES (@FAWales) March 28, 2020
Round of applause to @turfcreative who are bringing them alive just for a bit of fun.
Together We Are Stronger. #StayHomeSaveLives #TogetherStronger https://t.co/jRUVn9KAQU pic.twitter.com/CFXuLEKj7u
Following the 2-1 away win over Andorra in our opening qualifying match for EURO 2016, Cymru return to Cardiff for a match against Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Watch the full re-run of the match with us.
Built on centuries of grit, resilience and determination.— FA WALES (@FAWales) March 28, 2020
Our spirit will never be broken.
We all have a part to play.
Through it all, we stay Together.
Together We Are Stronger.#StayHomeSaveLives#TogetherStronger pic.twitter.com/qu0p03PY7j
It's Round 2 of The Masked Player.
Can you guess which international player is wearing the Cow mask?
The FAW is delighted to publish the first instalment of a series of free downloadable FAW Colouring Sheets.
The first pack includes colouring templates of the; FAW Dragon Emblem, National Team Badge, ‘Gorau Chwarae Cyd Chwarae’ scroll, Cymru National Team Shirt in addition to a special ‘Together We Are Stronger’ rainbow design.
The FAW has had the pleasure of witnessing the fantastic rainbow designs from children across the country. This movement, affectionately known as ‘The Rainbow Trail’ encourages children abiding by the social distancing requirements, to display images of rainbows in the windows of their home for the public to view on their daily walks.
With many people required to self-isolate and everyone being asked to adhere to social distancing measures, colouring can provide a mindfulness activity for both children and adults staying at home.
The FAW is encouraging both children and adults to share their colourful FAW designs with the #CymruRainbowTrail hashtag across Twitter and Facebook.
ATTENTION #TheRedWall! Your time has come!— Wales (@Cymru) March 27, 2020
Give @adidasUK / @adidasfootball a helping hand and design your own Cymru kit for fun!
Find the template in the @FAWales colouring sheet downloads: https://t.co/lzkgINaRFM
We've added some inspiration for you below pic.twitter.com/mbZuZVzEYB
With the world collectively battling against the coronavirus outbreak, communities across Wales are coming together to support the most vulnerable in our societies in this time of need.
As we know, the unifying power of sport is like no other, and we are very proud that some of our JD Cymru Leagues clubs and their sponsors have come together to provide support for those most in need of it in communities across the country.
The latest episode of FC Cymru is now streaming. Watch it with us here below.
Looking for old episodes? Check out the playlist by clicking here.
Who do you think the Masked Player is?
To find out visit the Cymru Twitter timeline by clicking here.
#CheerUpChallenge— Wales (@Cymru) March 21, 2020
We understand these times are tough for many, but we hope #Cymru players showcasing their vocal talents will entertain you
Now it’s over to you. Can you guess which player is behind the mask?! #TogetherStronger pic.twitter.com/voqERpHTTZ
The FAW are pleased to announce a complete re-run of Cymru’s UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying campaign during the next five weeks.
Cymru fans can watch full re-runs of all ten qualifying round matches free of charge on the FAW Facebook page. During the re-runs, the @Cymru Twitter page will be providing ‘as-live’ updates for fans that are unable to tune in.
You can also watch the matches on our YouTube channel.
If you missed the first match against Andorra, watch it back by clicking here.
Welcome to the Stay At Home Live Blog, which collates everything Welsh football related to keep you occupied whilst staying inside and playing your part.
Stay at home and save lives. Anyone can spread the Coronavirus.
The only reasons to leave home are:
- To shop for basic necessities or pick up medicine
- To Travel to work when you absolutely cannot work from home
- To exercise once a day, alone or with members of your household
- Do not meet others, even friends or family
We must all listen to this advice. Together We Are Stronger
Here on the website you’ll find some mental wellbeing advice, light entertainment, inspirational stories on FC Cymru and a re-run of the EURO 2016 Qualifying Campaign.
You’ll even find a colouring pack that your children can use to make a window display to lift everyone’s spirits.
More will be added over the coming weeks as we stay home and save lives.