Wales continued their World Cup dream on Thursday night as they edged past plucky Bosnia-Herzegovina in extra-time. Jess Fishlock’s sensational volley in the 105th minute saw them set up a Play-Off Final meeting with Switzerland in Zurich on Tuesday evening.
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A historic moment awaits Wales this international camp as they play their 200th international fixture against Slovenia on Friday evening.
“It’s been a whirlwind, but it’s been a really positive whirlwind.”
This was how Gemma Grainger described the three weeks since she was revealed as the new Welsh Women’s National Team Manager. It is hardly an understatement as the new coach attempts to hit the ground running, getting used to new surroundings, building relationships with a new set of players and even learning a new national anthem.
The seecond international break of the year is upon us in rather a shortened form. Euro 2022 qualifying resumes while England are meeting for a training camp and friendly with Germany.
After what seems like several years, international football returns over the first ten days of March.
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The final International break of the year is here. Euro 2021 Qualifying returns for Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. England host Germany at Wembley before travelling to the Czech Republic in a series of friendlies.
The October International break is here. Euro 2021 Qualifying returns for the Wales and the Republic of Ireland. England host Brazil and travel to Portugal in a series of friendlies. Meanwhile the qualifying round for the U19 European Championships takes places involving all the Home Nations and the Republic of Ireland.
Qualifying for Euro 2021 begins this week for Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland as they seek a place at the next European Championships in England.