Wales secured their spot in the tournament proper in France next summer after Israel's defeat to Cyprus meant Chris Coleman's side were guaranteed second spot despite their 2-0 defeat to Bosnia & Herzegovina
Wales' 57-year wait to qualify for a major tournament is finally over after they booked their place at Euro 2016 despite a 2-0 defeat against Bosnia-Herzegovina on Saturday.
Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale has hailed his side's 2-0 loss to Bosnia & Herzegovina as the "best defeat of my life" after Wales qualified for their first major International tournament since the 1958 World Cup in Sweden.
The Football Association of Wales has released a tribute video for Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale, who has been crowned the Welsh Player of the year.
Israel's Tal Ben Haim II used sorcery to jinx a Gareth Bale free-kick in last night's 0-0 draw in Euro 16 qualifiers.
Wales will have to wait to secure a historic qualification for next year's European Championship after a frustrating 0-0 draw with Israel at the Cardiff City Stadium on Sunday.
Gareth Bales’ Wales took a huge new stride in their spectacular football rise Thursday when they entered the global top 10 for the first time and became one of the top European seeds for World Cup qualifying. . Chris Coleman’s team are already closing in on a place for next year’s European Championships. And as one of the top nine ranked European teams they will be a seed in the World Cup qualifying competition draw on July 25 in St Petersburg. Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, England, Wales, Spain and Croatia make up Europe’s seeded teams. The likes of Italy and France were squeezed out as they fell in the new world rankings released Thursday. Wales manager Chris Coleman said the rise reflected work on the pitch — where Wales beat Belgium in a dramatic Euro 2016 qualifier last month — and behind the scenes. “It’s fantastic for the team’s efforts to be recognised along with those who have played […]
Belgium Vs Wales King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels 16th November 2014, 22:30 IST The Welsh are topping their Euro group and will travel to Belgium on the 16th for a taste of their Waffles. However with a few inform stars on their side the Belgians will pose a threat to the British visitors. With 7 points and topping the table undefeated, Wales are the strongest team in their group and will look to ensure their unbeaten run isnai??i??t ruined. Belgium however are also undefeated, having playing a game lesser than Wales, will look to catch up to their opponents and establish their dominance. Belgium is the favourite with a larger number of big league stars like Eden Hazard, Courtios and Fellaini, Ai??who also happen to be in form. However Wales travelling on the shoulder of playmaker Aaron Ramsey and winger Bale will pose a threat to the Belgians. Team News, Tactics and Line-ups Belgium Belgium will be without the leadership of […]
The Euro 2016 qualifiers is underway once again, and in perhaps the biggest game of Group B, Belgium welcome Wales to decide who takes control of the group. Of course, with Israel notching 2 wins in 2 games, and playing Bosnia, they might end up at the top of the table, but Wales and Belgium will see each other as the real opposition. We take a look at the key battles in this game.
Gareth Bale is reminiscent of Cristiano Ronaldo in many ways and he is slowly walking into the elite group by carrying Tottenham. What makes him so special?