Tickets for Cymru’s return to the Stök Cae Ras in Wrexham on Wednesday 11 October (KO 7:45pm) will go on sale to Red Wall members at 12pm on Tuesday 5 September.
Rob Page’s side will face Gibraltar in an international challenge match, the first time both sides will have met for a Senior Men’s international fixture. It marks a return to Wrexham for the Men’s team, who last played in Wrexham against Trinidad & Tobago in a 1-0 win during March 2019, where Ben Woodburn scored the winner in front of a capacity crowd.
The STōK Cae Ras is the world’s oldest international football stadium, having first hosted a Cymru international home match in 1877. The stadium is currently going through a major renovation, with the redevelopment of the Kop terrace into a new 5,000-seater stand. The FAW hopes the redevelopment will allow for increased opportunities to bring international football to the area across all of the Cymru national teams, with the stadium also forming a key part of the bid to host the 2026 UEFA U19 EURO finals which will mark the FAW’s 150th anniversary.
Following the exclusive on-sale window for Red Wall members, tickets will go on general public sale at 12pm on Tuesday 19 September.
Tickets can be purchased through the FAW ticketing website, with prices set in all areas at £5 for juniors and £25 for adults, with discounts for young adults (17-21) and senior citizens (65+). For clubs and schools signed up to the FAW’s kickback scheme, application forms have been sent out with a deadline of Friday 15 September to purchase.
Full ticket information can be found here.