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Israel v Wales (Euro 2016 qualifier)

FSF Cymru’s Paul Corkrey (left) has been out to Israel ahead of Wales’ Euro 2016 qualifier (Saturday 28th March 2015, 7.45pm, Sammy Ofer Stadium, Haifa). Over the coming months he’ll update this rolling blog with the latest information and images. Corky explains more below…

FSF Cymru: Belgian guide & FAW meet

Last week Paul Corkery and Vince Alm from FSF Cymru met with the FAW to talk supporter issues. FSF Cymru have also been busy creating their Guide to Belgium ahead of November’s trip to the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels.

FSF Cymru info: Andorra v Wales (Tues 9th Sep)

Wales travel to Andorra for their European Championship qualifier on Tuesday 9th September (KO 8.45pm local time) and, as ever, a team from FSF Cymru will be on hand to help travelling fans.

FSF Cymru meet with the Welsh FA

FSF Cymru: Wear Red For Wales

Wales take on the Netherlands on Wednesday 4th June and the team at FSF Cymru have been busy relaunching a campaign called ‘Wear Red For Wales’. FSF Cymru’s Paul Corkrey (@corkyfsfcymru) explains more below…

FSF Cymru: Amsterdam away and FAW meeting

Wales travel to Amsterdam to take on the Netherlands on Wednesday 4th June and the team at FSF Cymru have pulled together the usual travel guide to ensure a good trip is had by one and all.

FSF Cymru meet with FAW (December 2013)

FSF Cymru representatives Paul Corkrey and Neil Dymock met with the Football Association of Wales (FAW) on 12th December. Feedback from the games in Belgium and Macedonia was high on the agenda, along with a whole host of other issues of importance for Wales fans.

FSF Cymru Issue 34 (Belgium v Wales)

Wales travel to Belgium for their World Cup qualifier on Tuesday October 15th 2013 and the FSF Cymru Fans’ Embassy will be in attendance to provide help and support to Wales’ travelling fans.

FSF Cymru Issue 33 – Macedonia v Wales

FSF Cymru Issue 33 is out for Wales’ trip to the Philip II Arena in Skopje, Macedonia, on Friday 6th September, providing help and support to Wales’ travelling fans.

FSF Cymru / FAW meeting (July 2013)

On Monday 15th July 2013 Paul Corkrey and Neil Dymock from FSF Cymru met with Mark Evans  from the Football Association of Wales (FAW)…

England Fans’ Embassy and FSF Cymru Season Review

Some of the most important, practical things that the Football Supporters’ Federation does revolves around international work with fans of both England and Wales.

FSF Cymru’s Guide to Glasgow

Wales play Scotland at Hampden Park (Glasgow) on Friday 22nd March 2013. The match is a World Cup 2014 qualifier and the volunteers at FSF Cymru have produced their usual away fans’ guide. If you have any problems in Scotland contact them on the FSF helpline number +447905 861848.

FSF Cymru Issue 31 (Osijek, Croatia)

The FSF Cymru team will be travelling to Croatia for Wales’ Group A qualifier at the Gradski Stadium, Osijek (left) on Tuesday 16th October. If you have any problems in Croatia contact them on the FSF helpline number +447905 861848.

FSF Cymru’s Guide to Belgrade and Novi Sad

Wales play Serbia at the Karadjordje Stadium in Novi Sad on Tuesday 11th September 2012. The match is a World Cup 2014 qualifier and the volunteers at FSF Cymru have produced their usual away fans’ guide. If you have any problems in Serbia contact them on the FSF helpline number +447905 861848.

FSF Cymru’s Guide to New York

Wales play Mexico in an international friendly on Sunday 27th May in New York and the volunteers at FSF Cymru have been working hard as ever on their guide to the Big Apple. This will be FSF Cymru’s first Fans’ Embassy outside Europe – if you have any problems in NYC contact them on the FSF helpline number +447905 861848.

Gary Speed RIP

The FSF and FSF Cymru’s condolences go to the family and friends of Gary Speed, who has died at the age of 42. Cheshire Police confirmed that they found the Wales manager dead at his home in Chester this morning.  There were no suspicious circumstances.The Welsh FA (FAW) said that the tragedy “is a huge loss not only for his family and friends but the nation as a whole.” The FAW have asked that Gary’s family’s privacy is respected during this very sad time.

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