Welsh Women World Cup qualifiers and a love letter for Ashley Williams


We find out who’s who in the Wales women’s squad ahead of their World Cup qualifier in Kazakhstan.

We also meet the grassroots heroes of Welsh football and the FAW Community awards.

And you guys strip away that hardened Welsh, manly exterior to show us how much you love the skipper – Captain Fantastic, Ashley Williams.

Woodburn reignites Wales’ World Cup qualifying campaign

A starman was born as 17-year-old Ben Woodburn rocketed into Welsh footballing folklore with two starring roles in Wales’ World Cup qualifiers.

This show is a journey from the nervous pre-match atmosphere of the Austria through the elation, the celebration, the confidence, the nerves and then the relief of scrapping it out in Moldova.

The dream is still alive!

Austria World Cup qualifier and we lift the lid on the ‘Wales way’

We met the good people of Goytre AFC as they played Cardiff Met in the league cup. The sort of club where the chairman serves the half time teas!

We also look ahead to the World Cup qualifier with Austria by reminding you of that fabulous trip to Vienna with awesome pastries, great beer, fans singing and a valuable point in a brilliant stadium.

We lift the lid on the Wales Way with its brainchild Osian Roberts, Wales manager Chris Coleman and Wales legend Ian Rush.

And it’s the return of Blowing Their Barry Horns as we feature the very best of Welsh footballing social media.

We’re back with season’s hopes and dreams and love for Joe Ledley

We’re back for the brand new season with a new look, new features and the same crusty old presenters.

Another thing that hasn’t changed though is our approach. We are still Welsh football first and foremost from the national side at the top, right down to the grass roots.

In our first show back we talk season hopes and dreams with Merthyr Town and Newport County fans at their pre-season friendly. We shake our heads at two idiots who decided to run seven marathons in seven days, all for charity. And we show a little bit of love for everyone’s favourite kinky dancing footballer, Joe Ledley.

Counting to 1000 with Wales legend Robert Earnshaw

We love Robert Earnshaw. We love him even more after this.

If you’re on Twitter and you don’t follow the ex-Wales and Cardiff City star, you’re missing something pretty special.

This was just one of his tweets from the past year and he was sporting enough to help us make this video to see if he was right.

The most remarkable footage of someone counting to 1000 there has ever been, probably.

Once upon a time in Bordeaux


It was one day. One glorious day.

The day Wales arrived at the European Championships in 2016.

The day Wales moved en masse to fulfil a dream.

To see their heroes on the world stage at a major tournament.

Bordeaux will live long in the memory and bring a mist eyed smile to any Welsh football fan fortunate enough to say they were there.

We wanted to relive that glorious day. Through you. Enjoy.

Belgrade bound for Serbia vs Wales

For our last show of the season we went to Belgrade to watch Serbia versus Wales. 

We also watched the Serbia v Wales supporters game and went to the Gol Cymru party where they were raising money for Serbian orphans. Check out their website to see the fantastic work they’ve been doing.

A huge thanks to everyone we’ve met, we’ve interviewed, who have liked, shared, retweeted and everything else.

We can’t do this without you.