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Watch: The day that Wales left for the World Cup

15 Nov 2022 3 minute read
Wales squad photo at Cardiff City Stadium ahead of departure to Qatar (Credit: FAWales)

It’s the day many Wales fans thought they would never see.

A momentous day, an emotional day and a day to gladden the hearts of the Red Wall.

Relive a day which will go down in history.

From a rousing guard of honour by the Wales rugby squad, to a training session with thousands of young fans and a send off at Cardiff Airport, this was the day many never believed would come – – Cymru were finally on their way to the World Cup.

Waka Waka – we’re going to Qatar!

Guard of honour from the Wales rugby squad

Training in front of the future of the Red Wall at the Cardiff City Stadium

Entertaining the fans

Captain Fantastic is ready for Qatar

And they’re off…

COME ON CYMRU!


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David Charles pearn
David Charles pearn
20 days ago

You’ve already made cymru proud boys, wishing you all the best go cymru go.

Gareth
Gareth
19 days ago

Win lose or draw, as long as you give it everything on the pitch, that is all we ask. Good luck.

Riki
Riki
19 days ago

Perfect example as to why Wales needs its media devolved. Been virtually no build up or Promotion. Atleast I haven’t seen any. Why was the Send off so underwhelming? It feels as if they snuck out of Wales.

Last edited 19 days ago by Riki

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