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FSF Cymru guide to China Cup 2018

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

The China Cup featuring Wales is just a few weeks away and FSF Cymru’s final guide to the host city, Nanning, is available for download now.

Designed by Celt Iwan, this is the 49th fans’ guide produced by FSF Cymru for travelling Wales fans and is full of useful information for those making the trip to the international friendly tournament.

A translated Welsh version is now also available, see the links below to download. FSF Cyrmu have also produced a last minute security and travel checklist for fans making the trip – you can download that here.

FSF Cymru’s guide to the China Cup includes the following:

– Getting around Nanning
– Eating & drinking in Nanning
– Introduction to the Guangxi Sports Stadium
– Travel advice from the FCO
– Useful Chinese phrases

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