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Team Fact File:
  • Nickname: The Dragons
  • Founded: 1876
  • Rivals: England
  • Record Goal Scorer: Ian Rush - 28
  • Record Signing: Not Applicable

  Wales Tickets

Wales Euro 2016 Tickets

Football Ticket Pad have Wales Euro 2016 tickets on sale now. With great seats to see the Dragons in their first major tournament since 1958 don't miss your chance to secure your Wales tickets.

It's high time for Wales to shine again on the big stage and Football Ticket Pad offers the perfect opportunity to guarantee France 2016 tickets and witness the action live this summer.

At one stage, Wales sneaked into the Top Ten world rankings for the first time ever, which illustrates the danger that Wales can pose. It's really no surprise with the likes of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey at the forefront of it all. The Welsh pair will have the hopes of a nation firmly pinned on their shoulders and they will need to perform if Wales will progress into the knockout stages. Bale has been a star player for Real Madrid and has fired his country through the Euro Qualifiers with seven goals. Aaron Ramsey had a great start to the season at Arsenal before getting injured, however, his return to fitness is a welcome boost for any Wales supporter at Euro 2016. Book your Wales football tickets with Football Ticket Pad and see if Wales can continue their rise in world football. 

Chris Coleman and his Wales side have already managed what a plethora of Welsh world-class players couldn't do. The likes of Ian Rush, John Hartson and Ryan Giggs were unable to reach a major tournament. However since Coleman took over, Wales have gone from strength to strength, despite the sudden death of their previous manager Gary Speed at the start of the Euro Qualifiers.

Football Ticket Pad will have Wales tickets for every group match at France Euro 2016. We will also have a great selection of tickets should Wales make the knock stages of the Euros. Football Ticket Pad will have Euro 2016 tickets for every match in France this summer.

Buying Wales Euro 2016 tickets with Football Ticket Pad is safe, simple and secureWe are the only online ticket retailer with a 5 star Trust pilot review because we offer reliable support from when you book your tickets through to going to the game on matchday. In addition to standard matchday tickets, Football Ticket Pad also offers VIP hospitality Wales tickets for all their matches at Euro 2016 in the summer.

All of Wales's France Euro 2016 fixtures are available on Football Ticket Pad with the starting ticket price for each game listed. Click ‘buy’ to see all ticket options available for each fixture.

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 to every game that they participate in at Euro 2016 all the way to the final! And at the best prices too! You can rest assured you can enjoy your summer in France with Wales tickets from the industries best.

Wales' long wait for a major finals is finally over. After 58 years of hurt and disappointment, Wales have reached a major tournament. 

Wales had their ups and downs in qualifying but fans are delirious to have qualified for Euro 2016 in France.

 Wales fans will be optimistic, after an impressive qualifying campaign they can make their mark on the tournament this summer


Most impressively in qualification they drew and defeated group favourites, Belgium. An impassioned display from each player saw Wales sink

 Belgium 1-0 in Cardiff to seal a memorable result. Gareth Bale's goal sealed one of the greatest nights in Welsh football to pave the way for qualification for the Welsh

 felt an air of invincibility.


Great results against Isreal and Cyprus also helped them on their way to the finals. After the first few games, it never really looked in doubt, Wales even jumped over rivals England in the world rankings something that

 no one was expecting.

After a couple of surprise results in qualifying, who isnt to say they cannot pull a few surprises of their own this summer at Euro 2016 in France


Wales will be reliant on their two key players, Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey if they are to have a succesful Euro 2016 campaign in France. However, The Dragons have a wealth of experience in their ranks which include Swansea City captain, Ashley Williams, as well as Liverpool midfielder, Joe Allen. 

Key man 

Recently given the honourable remark by England legend Steven Gerrard as the Premier League's best attacking midfielder, Aaron Ramsey will be looking to take Euro 2016 by the scruff of the neck and carry Wales beyond the group stage. England's loss was Wales' gain when it came to deciding who to represent. The player could have picked either having both Welsh and English ancestry but ultimately opted for The DragonsWales tickets have been more popular ever since, if Ramsey can link up effectively with Bale there's no reason why Wales can't spring a few surprises in France this summer. 

The Goals 

Gareth Bale is something of a God for the people of Wales. His seven goals in the Euro Qualifiers have taken Wales to the France and he is likely to be their main goal threat this summer. Bale can play out wide or down the middle, his pace and finishing is what attracred Real Madrid to sign him and he will be looking to continue his rise to stardom. Many would have wondered if they would ever see a player of the same stature as Ryan Giggs, then Gareth Bale came along. Incredibly, he started out as a left back at Southampton and even in his early days at Tottenham Hotspur. Then out of nowhere, he became the marauding forward we all know and love today. It was quite some transformation, we wouldn't be wrong in saying that Wales' transformation and growth as a team was pretty much down to him excelling personally.

 Bale has already battled against some of the world's greatest players and often he comes out on top.You can see for yourself if Wales can create history and make their mark on their first appearance in an international tournament in over 50 years. Football Ticket Pad has a range of Wales tickets available online and Gareth Bale is without doubt their main man.

One to watch out for 

The stalwart at the heart of Wales' defence for a number of years has been Ashley Williams. He's long worn the captain's armband and leading Wales out at Europe's biggest tournament will be his proudest moment. He's been heavily linked with many top british club's like Arsenal and Liverpool but the move never materialised. This could perhaps be the tournament where he proves his worth on the world stage and secures himself a life changing move. He has proved himself against the Premier League's best and will have his hands full against some of Europe's best strikers. Find out in France with Wales Euro 2016 tickets through Football Ticket Pad

Young starlet 

At left back, Ben Davies is Wales' talented young player trying to fully break through into the team and have his position secured week in week out. The full back has progressed well since his time at Swansea earning himself a move to Tottenham Hotspur. Here he has been surrounded by better players and it's really showing in his game. We may not see Davies suddenly springing into being a winger or even striker like Gareth Bale did but he can definitely do a resolute job at the back for Wales and will have his work cut out in France this summer at Euro 2016.  

Wales Euro 2016 Fixtures

Wales v Slovakia

Chris Coleman seemed content with the draw in Switzerland and will be quietly confident Wales can navigate themselves out of the group in a minimum of second position. Wales on paper should have the beating of Slovakia especially with the World's most expensive player in their ranks. Slovakia will have the attacking threat of Marek Hamsik and the defensive experience of Martin Skrtel, who will be handed the task of keeping Gareth Bale quiet and preventing any forward runs he attempts to make through the heart of the Slovakian defence. A fascinating game awaits us. You can be there with Wales v Slovakia tickets at Football Ticket Pad live in Bordeaux from the newly built, Stade de Bordeaux. 


England v Wales

What a tie for the draw to throw up! Wales haven't reached a major tournament in 58 years and will look to add to what has been a memorable era for Welsh football. Meanwhile, England are full of confidence and fancy their chances to go far in the tournament and finally make their mark on the international stage. Britain will stand still for 90 minutes when the two finally meet on 16th June in Lens. You can be there at the game with England v Wales tickets bought through Football Ticket Pad


Russia v Wales 

This is the final game in Group B as Wales will look to take the points at the Stadium de Toulouse in what could be crucial in the race for qualification. One or the other will be needing to get something from the game which sets this fixture up to be an intriguing duel. We have Russia v Wales tickets for this fixture in Toulouse this summer. Football Ticket Pad caters for all, if you are on a tight budget we can acquire cheaper tickets behind the goal or if your budget stretches further, you then enjoy premier seating. This will be one not to miss!


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