Is Wales still in the euro?

Is Wales still in the euro?

Wales finished second in their Euro 2020 group despite losing 1-0 to Italy in Rome. It means Wales are now guaranteed a place in the last-16 having finished in the top two of their group. As a result, the details of their first knockout fixture at Euro 2020 have become clearer.

What currency would Wales use?

Pound sterling
Currency and banking Like the rest of the UK we use pounds sterling (£) in Wales. There are 100 pence (p) to the pound (£). Notes come in denominations of £5, £10, £20 and £50.

Why is there no euros game in Wales?

Then they had to go to Rome to take on Italy in their own backyard. Next it’s Denmark in Amsterdam in the last 16 this weekend, a match Wales fans are barred from attending because the UK is not on the Netherlands’ secure country list because of Covid-19.

Why can’t Wales fans go to Amsterdam?

The Dutch government has confirmed that Wales fans hoping to attend the last 16 knockout clash against Denmark in Amsterdam are banned from entering the country. But a spokesperson told WalesOnline that the ban does not apply to Danish fans, because Denmark is part of the European Union (EU).

Do Wales fans have to quarantine?

Eluned Morgan MS, Minister for Health and Social Services, said: “Anyone thinking about travelling overseas to watch Wales play will need to quarantine at home for 10 days when they return to Wales. This is a mandatory, legal requirement. Visiting to watch a football match is classed as non-essential travel.

Are Welsh fans allowed?

The Welsh government allowed for crowds of up to 10,000 to be allowed back at sporting stadiums from Monday, 7 June, but those restrictions could be further eased in August. Swansea say 8,200 supporters will be able to attend the pre-season friendly against Southampton at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday, 31 July.

Are Welsh fans allowed in Netherlands?

Wales and Denmark fans will be unable to travel to Amsterdam for their Euro 2020 match in the Netherlands. Wales’ health minister, Eluned Morgan, said police in Amsterdam had said they would not be “letting Welsh fans into the country.”