Rob Page has announced his squad of 24 players for Cymru’s opening UEFA EURO 2024 qualifiers away to Croatia (Saturday 25 March) and home to Latvia (Tuesday 28 March).
Luke Harris, Jordan James, Ollie Cooper and Nathan Broadhead are four uncapped players that have been called up to the squad, while forward Tom Bradshaw receives his first call-up in five years after winning the EFL Championship Player of the Month award for February.
The international window will begin a new era for Welsh football and Rob Page’s squad, following the retirements of Gareth Bale, Joe Allen, Chris Gunter and Jonny Williams since the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The camp will also be the first for Page’s new backroom staff, following the appointments of Eric Ramsay and Nick Davies last month.
For the qualifiers, Cymru have been drawn alongside Croatia, Latvia, Turkey and Armenia in Group D, as they aim to reach their third consecutive UEFA EURO finals. The winners and runners-up in the group will qualify directly for the tournament which will be held in Germany next summer.
Tickets for the match against Latvia at the Cardiff City Stadium are available to purchase on the FAW ticketing website, with prices starting from £5 for juniors (16 and under).
Cymru squad: Wayne HENNESSEY (Nottingham Forest), Danny WARD (Leicester City), Adam DAVIES (Sheffield United), Ben DAVIES (Tottenham Hotspur), Neco WILLIAMS (Nottingham Forest), Ben CABANGO (Swansea City), Oliver COOPER (Swansea City), Tom LOCKYER (Luton Town), Joe RODON (Rennes- On loan from Tottenham Hotspur), Chris MEPHAM (AFC Bournemouth), Ethan AMPADU (Spezia- On loan from Chelsea), Connor ROBERTS (Burnley), Sorba THOMAS (Blackburn Rovers- On loan from Huddersfield Town), Jordan JAMES (Birmingham City), Nathan BROADHEAD (Ipswich Town), Wesley BURNS (Ipswich Town), Aaron RAMSEY (OGC Nice), Joe MORRELL (Portsmouth), Harry WILSON (Fulham), Daniel JAMES (Fulham- On loan from Leeds United), Kieffer MOORE (AFC Bournemouth), Luke HARRIS (Fulham), Brennan JOHNSON (Nottingham Forest), Tom BRADSHAW (Millwall).
UEFA EURO 2024 QUALIFIER
Cymru v Latvia
- 19:45 Tuesday 28 March
- Cardiff City Stadium
- Tickets available now