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Wales 2023/2024 Fixtures

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About Wales Tickets 2023/24

Reaching the semi-finals at Euro 2016 remains one of the finest achievements of the Wales national team, and there is a strong sense of optimism that the next generation of talent can guide the Dragons one step further in the coming years.

If you're interested in seeing Cymru live in action, then why not have a look at SeatPick's availability for Wales tickets? We gather all of the listings placed on the secondary market to help you discover the best deals on offer, from only the most reliable resellers found online.

Wales National Football Team History

The Football Association of Wales (FAW) was established back in 1876, the same year the national team played its first competitive match against Scotland. Wales boast the third-oldest national football team in the world, and most of the side's initial games were played against fellow United Kingdom nations England, Scotland and Ireland.

The FAW first became a member of FIFA in 1910, and later gained affiliation with UEFA in 1954. Cymru first played at the FIFA World Cup in 1958, and reached the quarter-finals despite not winning any of their three group matches.

Wales have largely underachieved on an international scale, and didn't feature at another major tournament until Euro 2016. The Dragons remarkably advanced to the semi-finals of the showpiece event, having topped their group which also comprised England, Slovenia and Russia. Wales edged past Northern Ireland in the Round of 16 and then defeated Belgium, 3-1, in the quarter-finals. Unfortunately, the fairytale came to an end in the semis with a 2-0 loss to eventual champions Portugal.

In 2022, Wales played at the World Cup for the first time in more than 60 years. The nation's best placement in the FIFA world rankings came in 2015, when the Dragons climbed into the top 10 for the first time in history.

Best Wales Football Players

Wales have been blessed with a handful of talented individuals over the years, though seldom has there been a crop of world-class Welsh talent in the same age group.

Stars of yesteryear include the likes of Ian Rush, Mark Hughes and Ryan Giggs. Said players represented some of the finest teams in the English Premier League, with Giggs winning a record 13 Premier League titles with Manchester United. Hughes also played for Man United as well as Chelsea and FC Barcelona. Rush, meanwhile, spent much of his playing career at Liverpool and he scored 28 goals in 73 matches for Wales.

Gary Speed earned no fewer than 85 caps for Wales, and he also enjoyed spells with Leeds United, Everton and Newcastle United in the English top flight.

Aaron Ramsey was just 17 when he made his debut for the national team in November 2008. The midfielder became his country's youngest captain in 2011, aged 20 years and 90 days at the time. Ramsey played for prominent European teams such as Arsenal and Juventus, before returning to boyhood club Cardiff City in 2023. He has made more than 80 outings for the Dragons, and he was an integral part of their progression to the semi-finals at Euro 2016.

Gareth Bale is without doubt the most talented Wales player of his generation, and arguably of all time. The Cardiff-born sensation made his name at Tottenham Hotspur, subsequently earning a world record £85m transfer to Real Madrid in 2013. Bale became a five-time UEFA Champions League winner during his time in the Spanish capital, prior to a brief spell with Major League Soccer side Los Angeles FC. He starred for his country at Euro 2016 and went on to amass a total 41 goals in 111 appearances – both record tallies for the Wales national team.

Wales Euro 2024 Tickets

The Dragons are in the mix to qualify for the UEFA Euro 2024 finals held in Germany, having finished 3rd in their qualifying group to reach the play-offs. Wales shared a group with Turkey and Croatia, who occupied the automatic qualification places, as well as Armenia and Latvia.

Wales overcame Finland in the play-off semi-finals before facing Poland at the Cardiff City Stadium for a place at the showpiece event.

Fans interested in seeing Cymru in action at Euro 2024 can find a wide variety of Wales Euro tickets via SeatPick. Search through our availability to find the most ideal seats according to your needs.

Wales National Team Stadium

The Millennium Stadium (Principality Stadium) hosted the home games of the Wales national team from 2000-09. This venue has a capacity just shy of 74,000, making it one of the largest stadiums across the UK.

The Cardiff City Stadium became the home of the Dragons in 2009. The first international game held at this ground saw Wales take on Scotland in November 2009, with 13,844 spectators in attendance. Also the home of Cardiff City, the stadium can hold a 33,000 capacity.

Whether it's a qualifier for a major tournament or even an international friendly, fans of Cymru generally turn up in numbers to support the national team

Wales at Major Tournaments

Event Year Result
FIFA World Cup 1958 Quarter-finals
UEFA European Championship 2012 Did not qualify
UEFA European Championship 2016 Semi-finals
FIFA World Cup 2018 Did not qualify
UEFA European Championship 2020 Round of 16
FIFA World Cup 2022 Group Stage
UEFA European Championship 2024 TBD

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Frequently Asked Questions about Wales tickets

How to buy Wales football tickets?

Whether you want to be in the stands for a friendly match or a major tournament, searching and buying Wales national football team tickets is made easy with SeatPick. Let us walk you through the process:

  1. Start by scrolling up to the top of the page and picking the Wales match you want to go to.
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  3. When you've chosen a ticket that meets your needs, proceed to checkout and fill out your details to finalise your booking.

SeatPick is proud to offer 38 Wales tickets for eight upcoming events. Their next outing, Gibraltar vs Wales, will be held at Estadio do Algarve, and you can secure tickets today on our platform, with prices starting from $65.

How to buy cheap Wales tickets?

SeatPick is the ideal destination for securing cheap Wales tickets. We aggregate the ticket market in real-time, tracking down the best ticket deals on the web and presenting them to Wales supporters.

It's better to target friendly matches if you're hoping to buy cheap Wales football tickets. Yet, it's also possible to find affordable tickets to see Wales in a competitive fixture when you use our platform.

The cheapest Wales tickets on SeatPick are for the Slovakia vs Wales event and you can find options starting from $38. Stadion Antona Malatinskeho in Trnava will be the venue for the match on June 9, 2024, with the cheapest tickets located in Category 2 Zone.

When do Wales tickets go on sale?

For most matches, Wales tickets go on sale in the months leading up to the match. At SeatPick, we aim to provide a huge selection of Wales tickets. We do so by aggregating the entire ticket market, bringing fans a wealth of options from reliable sellers. Today, our platform is stocked with 38 Wales national football team tickets.

Is it safe to buy Wales tickets on SeatPick?

Absolutely. Each Wales ticket listed on SeatPick has been gathered from reliable sellers who pledge a minimum 100% money-back guarantee on every sale.

How much are Wales tickets?

Wales tickets differ in price according to the importance of the match and where you choose to sit. While friendly matches tend to be more affordable, the cost increases significantly when Wales takes part in a prestigious international tournament.

Today, you can take your pick of Wales football tickets starting from $38 on SeatPick, while the average ticket cost is $65 on our platform.

Playing At

Wales will be playing at the following cities and venues in the upcoming 2023/2024 season, if Wales currently has any scheduled games then you can scroll up this page and find the full Wales Fixtures list, pick the event you are looking for and buy your Wales match tickets.

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