Cymru play Hungary in a winner takes all game at the Cardiff City Stadium on Tuesday, 19 November in the European Qualifiers for UEFA EURO 2020. The match kicks off at 7:45pm.
Below you will find some important Supporter Information, which you may find useful ahead of your visit to Cardiff City Stadium on Tuesday.
As normal with international matches, the Spirit of ’58 stage will provide entertainment prior to kick. Gates to the Stadium open at 6:15pm.
Fans are urged to make every attempt to be in their seats by 7:00pm to show the Wales squad support when they come out onto the pitch for their pre-match warm-up.
Make sure that you’re in your seat for Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau as the fans will sing it unaccompanied. The squad want it to be as spine-tingling as normal and for your passion to make the noise.
Please note, the majority of the food and beverage kiosks at Cardiff City Stadium are now cashless. The new system is designed to improve speed of service and reduce queuing times. Kiosks that accept cash will be signposted.
FC Cymru – The Official Matchday Magazine – will be available free of charge on a first-come-first served basis from within the Cardiff City Stadium concourse.
Don’t worry if you miss out on a physical copy of the FC Cymru Matchday Magazine though, as it’s also available as a free digital download by CLICKING HERE, so you can read it ahead of Tuesday's match.
Charity Collection – Welsh Hearts
All monies raised is spent in Wales on placing defibrillators in local communities, teaching free CPR training and providing heart screening for those aged 8-45. So far Welsh Hearts has placed 1,756 defibrillators, trained 58,406 people in CPR training and screened 3,406 young hearts. Our partnership with the FAW will see us place defibrillators in every football club in Wales.
There are an estimated 2,800 sudden cardiac arrests outside of hospital every year in Wales, and survival rates are just 3%. But when a defibrillator is used, survival rates can increase to up to 50%. The more people who know CPR and how to use a defibrillator, the better the chance of survival when someone has a cardiac arrest.
12 seemingly healthy young people die every week in the UK from undiagnosed heart conditions. 1 in every 200 people tested will be identified as having a potentially life threatening condition. Heart screening can help detect a number of heart abnormalities, so that conditions can be managed.