Cymru welcome Greece to Parc y Scarlets on Friday night (26 November) for a 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifer. The match kicks off at 7:15pm.
Tickets for the match are available at FAW.cymru/tickets until 10am on match day and from the ticket office at Parc y Scarlets after that.
There are no testing requirements in order to attend the match at Parc y Scarlets. Both the FAW and Parc y Scarlets do however, recommend that supporters take a personal lateral flow test as best practice prior to attending the match for your own peace of mind and for the safety of others.
Face coverings are required when entering Parc y Scarlets in addition to queuing at the food kiosks and for the toilet facilities.
SOCIAL DISTANCING & SANITATION
There is no requirement for social distancing but the FAW and Parc y Scarlets still request that fans maintain as much distance as they can from those outside of your social group bubble with whom you are attending the match.
Hand sanitiser stations are available around the stadium and fans are requested to use them.
SUPPORTER CODE OF CONDUCT
Click the link below for the Supporter Code of Conduct.View Code of Conduct
Tickets for this FIFA World Cup Qualifier are on sale at FAW.Cymru/tickets until 10am on match day and from the stadium ticket office after this time.Ticket Info
Car Park B located near the stadium will be open as pay and display for all supporters on a first come first served basis.
There are over 450 car parking spaces available. The price to park in Car Park B is £5 per vehicle.
Payment must be by cash – cards cannot be accepted. The car park is situated next to the Sessile Oak and can be accessed from the roundabout. From the car park, the stadium is accessed through an underpass.
FREE CYMRU HANDOUTS
There will be free Cymru handouts upon entry to the stadium for children. These provide stickers to create your own match shirt, a special message from Angharad James, and team details. Children can use them during the match to hold up and support the team... C'mon Cymru!
Fans are urged to make every attempt to be in their seats by as early as possible to show the Cymru squad support when they come out onto the pitch for their pre-match warm-up.
Make sure that you’re in your seat for Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau as the fans will sing it unaccompanied. The squad want it to be as spine-tingling as normal and for your passion to make the noise.
Rachel Rowe is back with a selection of songs that will be played at the FIFA Women's World Cup Qualifier between Cymru and Greece.
Check it out here.