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FSF Cymru: Amsterdam away and FAW meeting

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

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.

More than 1,000 Welsh fans are expected to make the trip and FSF Cymru representatives will be on duty throughout the trip in the centre of Amsterdam. FSF Cymru have contact with the British Embassy and Welsh police – if you need assistance on your trip the FSF Cymru helpline number is +447905 861 848.

FSF Cymru also met with the FAW on Friday 16th May and a whole host of items were covered including upcoming trips to Holland, Andorra, Belgium, and Israel. Issues relating to the home match environment, ticket prices, and the Wear Red for Wales Campaign were also discussed. You can download notes from that meeting here.

Thanks to Radio Nederland Wereldomroep for the image reproduced under CC license.

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