Wales travel to Nanning in late March to compete in the four-team China Cup and FSF Cymru are encouraging travelling fans to do their homework. Here Paul Corkrey from FSF Cymru tells us more about his reconnaissance trip to the capital of Guangxi…
Last week FSF Cymru met with the Football Association of Wales (FAW) and train operators Arriva to talk supporter issues. The meeting looked at the possibility of new train services for supporters in Wales, upcoming international fixtures at the Champions League final in Cardiff this summer.
Euro 2016 is the closest major tournament to Britain since the 2006 World Cup in Germany – that means tens of thousands of travelling fans and the FSF is working hard to offer each and every one the best support.
As with all major tournaments, we’ve produced an excellent guidebook packed full of useful information for England fans travelling to a France this summer – and as Wales have qualified for a major tournament for the first time in 58 years, FSF Cymru have got in on the act too.