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Wales fans’ guide to France – order now

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We’re delighted to announce that FSF Cymru have produced their first ever tournament guidebook – the FSF Cymru Wales Fans’ Guide to France.

Much like its England counterpart the Free Lions, the 107-page booklet is packed full of useful information for Wales fans travelling to France next month. Here’s quick run-down of all the contents:

  • Welcoming remarks from Wales manager Chris Coleman
  • The Supporters’ Journey to the finals
  • Travel guide – getting around France
  • Guide to all venues and host cities
  • Advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Tournament planner
  • Run-down of UEFA supporter rules
  • Essential words and phrases
  • Welsh Supporters’ Team & The Gôl Appeal

Get your hands on a copy – postage or collect

There are two ways to get your hands on a hard copy of the Wales Fans’ Guide to France, by postage or collection.

If you wish to collect a copy, FSF Cymru lead Paul Corkrey is currently organising a network of collection points and contacts around Wales – this will be published once finalised.

Until then, if you can’t wait and wish to receive it via post you will need to cover the cost of postage and packaging – so we ask fans to donate £2 to FSF Cymru via our donate page here.

That sends your address and donation straight to us, and your guidebook will be on its way. You can order as many copies as you like, be sure to include multiple £2 donations to match.

Digital format

The guidebook is available in PDF format for use on your tablets, smartphones, laptops and pretty much any device that can use PDFs.

Most modern internet browsers, such as Google Chrome, have built-in PDF readers otherwise you can use Adobe Reader – which is available to download for free here.

Thanks to Action Images for the picture used in this story.

Funding partners

  • The Football Association
  • Premier Leage Fans Fund


  • Gamble Aware
  • Co-operatives UK
  • FSE
  • Kick It Out
  • Level Playing Field
  • Living Wage Foundation
  • Pledgeball