Football Trade Directory

Wales join England and Northern Ireland in Euro 2016 Finals


 

Wales reached Euro 2016 and earned their place at a major tournament for the first time in 57 years despite losing to Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Israel's failure to beat Cyprus means Chris Coleman's side will play at next summer's tournament in France.

Milan Duric scored a looping header before Vedad Ibisevic added a tap-in.

Wales last played at an internati­onal tournament in the 1958 World Cup, and had never before qualified for the European Cham­pi­onship.

Wales join Northern Ireland and England in France next year. The Republic of Ireland can still qualify if they either beat Poland in Warsaw on Sunday or draw a higher score than 1-1.

JN

 

Posted on