S4C & FAW
World Cup Fanzones
Wales are set to play Scotland or Ukraine on the 5th June in one the biggest football matches in Welsh history. A place in the FIFA Football World Cup 2022 in Qatar and a pool match against England is up for grabs for the winners.
The FAW and S4C, official broadcaster of Wales’ matches, have partnered up to to create two official ‘fanzones’ for the momentous day. and they have enlisted the help 218 Events to create these special events.
For those who can’t be at the match in Cardiff, there will be ample opportunity to enjoy the special match-day atmosphere at what will be a packed out Market Hall, Caernarfon and the London Welsh Centre, Camden.
The cameras of Sgorio, S4C will be there to soak up the fantastic atmosphere at both venues with the hundreds of passionate Welsh fans, who will in no doubt, be good singing voice.
Owain Gwynedd, director of 218 Events said, “we are proud to be a small cog in what hopefully will be a fantastic occasion, not only for Welsh football but, for the whole of Wales.
For those who have followed Wales over the last 60 years it’s an opportunity to finally see Wales reach the biggest footballing event in the world and only second to the Olympics as the most watched sporting event.”
Geraint Hardy, director of 218 Events added, “for the company to be involved in such a historic day is so exciting, let’s cross everything Wales get the business done on the pitch so this will be the first of many football events this year”.
Wales are gearing up for their World Cup play-off final after a thrilling win over Austria in Cardiff and to play in their first World Cup since 1958
The play-off final was meant to take place in March, but Ukraine’s football authorities requested that their semi-final be postponed after Russia invaded the country.
Wales will play the winner of Scotland’s clash against Ukraine which will be decided four days prior on Wednesday, June 1.
The final will be held at the Cardiff City Stadium, KO 5:00
Following a long, hard season, June is also set to be a congested month for the Dragons.
Wales will play in the Nations League around the key final, travelling to Poland on June 1 before quick-fire games against the Netherlands twice and Belgium.
One more win and Wales will be heading to Qatar.
Tickets & information
Market Hall, Caernarfon
London Welsh Centre