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Principality Stadium: advice for fans from FSF Cymru

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FSF Cymru met with the Football Association of Wales, South Wales Police and the management of the Principality Stadium this week to discuss supporters’ concerns ahead of their winter internationals.

Wales are due to play Spain at the ground on Thursday 11th October in the UEFA Nation’s League and it’s the first time the Principality Stadium has hosted an international football match since 2011. FSF Cymru have compiled an advice sheet for supporters making the trip.

For their next home game after that Wales will be heading back to the Cardiff City Stadium, against Denmark in November.

If you want to know more about the work FSF Cymru does, follow them on Twitter via @FSFwalesfanemb

Thanks to Nick Amoscato for the image used in this article. Reproduced here under Creative Commons license.

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