Following finalisation of the format for today’s (8 July) Wales Team Homecoming Event at Cardiff City Stadium, a limited number of tickets will be made available for sale at 11:00am.
These tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis.
Please note that some of these tickets have restricted views of the stage and field of play.
Tickets can be claimed by clicking HERE.
All available tickets have been claimed for Friday's Homecoming Event at Cardiff City Stadium.
The event will welcome home Chris Coleman and his squad following a historic Euro 2016 campaign in France.
Chief Executive Jonathan Ford said: "Demand for tickets to Friday's event was extremely high and it is sure to be a fantastic occasion at the Cardiff City Stadium.
"It is another example of the wonderful support that we have here in Wales."
Following their heroics at EURO 2016, Chris Coleman and his team will be welcomed back to Wales with a homecoming event at Cardiff City Stadium.
It will be a chance for the players, staff and supporters to celebrate together in what has been a historic few weeks for Welsh football.
The ticketed event will take place on Friday (July 8) with tickets being FREE and turnstiles opening at 5pm.
Supporters who are members of the European Championship qualifying campaign will get a two-hour priority on tickets, with those fans able to purchase two tickets from 10.30am on Thursday (July 7) via the FAW Ticketmaster portal. Click HERE to purchase.
Then at 12.30pm on Thursday (July 7) tickets will also be available to the general public - with two tickets per person. Click HERE to buy.
After qualifying for a first major tournament since 1958, Wales finished top of their group that included England, Slovakia and Russia before going on to reach the semi-finals.
The support both in France and back on home soil has been nothing short of remarkable and this event gives the players and supporters the chance to celebrate together.
After the squad and staff touch down at Cardiff Airport, there will be an open top bus parade through the city centre on Friday afternoon en route to Cardiff City Stadium.
After the turnstiles open at 5pm, there will be on-stage entertainment from Mike Peters from The Alarm, the Barry Horns, Chris Phillips, Kizzy Crawford and a special set from Manic Street Preachers.
Chris Coleman and the players will also be on stage to share their experiences of EURO 2016, while the event is expected to finish at approximately 7.30pm.
FAW Chief Executive Jonathan Ford said: “We feel this event is a great way of everyone celebrating what has been a historic period for Welsh football.
“The scenes we have seen both at home and over in France have been fantastic and we hope that our passionate supporters can enjoy another moment with the players to end a memorable few weeks.”
For wheelchair and disabled access queries please contact Cardiff City Stadium: 0845 345 1400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking is not available at the venue so fans are encouraged to use public transport.