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parc y scarletsThe Welsh national side now regularly played home internationals at the new stadia in Cardiff, Swansea and Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli, shown here.

Ranked 117th by FIFA in 2011, the side made steady progress, rising as far as eighth position in 2015 and reaching the semi-finals of Euro 2016 where they acquitted themselves with honour.

Although they missed out on the 2018 World Cup, automatic qualification for Euro 2020 proved this was no flash in the pan.

FA of Wales crest 2010-2011

wales 2010-11 home kit


wales 2010-11 away kit

3 Sept 2010

v Montenegro
wales 20112 away kit

2010-2012 Change


Designer: Umbro

Although the Welsh FA's contract with JJB Sports still had four of six years left to run, their new strip, unveiled in the friendly against Luxembourg and played at Parc Y Scarlets in Llanelli on 11 August, was an Umbro design. The new away strip (worn with the white home shorts) appeared for the first time in the European Championship qualifier against Montenegro, which Wales lost. Red shorts were worn when Wales met Scotland in Dublin on 24 May 2011.

FA of Wales crest 2011-2012

wales 2011-12 home kit


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wales v mexico 2012

May 2012 v Mexico

wales 2011-12 away strip



Designer: Umbro

Ahead of the European Championship qualifiers, Wales wore their new all-red strip in the friendly against Australia played at Cardiff City Stadium on 10 August, 2011. The new charcoal change strip was introduced shortly afterwards.

fa wales crest 2012 2012-2013

wales 2012-13 home kit


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wales kit v scotland march 2013

21 March 2013

v Scotland
wales 2012 change kit


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Designer: Umbro

The FAW and Umbro now introduced new strips every season and for 2012 they took inspiration from the iconic Admiral outfit from the 1970s, adding a yellow stripe trimmed in green to the new shirt, which was worn for the first time against Bosnia & Herzegovina on 15 August 2012. The new away shirt, worn against Croatia in November, is a rather fine re-creation of the strip worn at the end of the 19th century, down to the self-coloured sleeves. This shirt is solid green on the back.

The FAW Wales' crest was given a facelift in 2012.

fa wales crest 2012 2014

wales 2014 home kit


wales national football team change kit 2014


wales 2014 kit v netherlands

4 June 2014

v Netherlands

Designer: Adidas

With Umbro sold off, their kits all but disappeared and the FAW adopted Adidas as their technical sponsor for the Euro 16 qualifiers. The new all-red outfit was worn for the first time at the Cardiff City Stadium in a friendly against Finland on 16 November 2013. The white change strip was introduced in February 2014.

fa wales crest 2012 2015

wales football kit 2015


wales 2015 change strip



Designer: Adidas

In November 2014, just nine months after the white change kit was launched, a new yellow version was revealed for 2015. Unsurprisingly supporters were not happy.

fa wales crest 2012 2016-2017

wales 2016 football kit


wales 2016-17 alternate kit

Home alt

v Georgia, Ireland
wales 2016 change kit


wales 2017 v moldova

5 Sept 2017

v Moldova

Designer: Adidas

Just 12 months after the last change, the FA of Wales introduced a very plain new first strip as well as an unusual grey alternative with neon trim in good time for the 2016 European Championship, not to mention Christmas. This proved to be an unlucky strip: the team failed to win in any of the five games in which it was worn. Rather than wear it again against Moldova the FAW persuaded UEFA that they were concerned about "a kit clash" (there was none) and were allowed to wear a one-off yellow strip. Wales won in Chisinau 2-0.

fa wales crest 2012 2017-2019

wales 2018 kit


wales v france november 2017

Nov 2017

v France
wales 2018 change kit


wales v albania 2018

20 Nov 2018

v Albania

Designer: Adidas

A home defeat at the hands of Ireland in their final qualifying game ended Welsh hopes of following up their remarkable campaign in the Euro 2016 finals with an appearance in the World Cup finals. Their new first choice strip, worn for the first time in November 2017 against France, returned to a smart if uninspiring all-red look trimmed in white, worn on this occasion with white socks. (This variant was also worn against Mexico in May 2018.) The change strip revived the white and dark green colours worn five years previously and debuted in the team's fine 6-0 win over China PR in Nanning, which marked Ryan Giggs first match in charge.

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