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Former Wales international footballer Laura McAllister tweets the scene from Bordeaux and BBC Wales' Alice Perkins provides a picture from Cardiff
Rhys Hughes sent in this picture of his son Ollie and father Rob Hughes.
Grandfather and grandson, first major tournament for both. The old man was actually born the same year they last qualified.
Chris Evans from Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire (right), sent us this selfie with his friends Geraint Coleman and Scott Thomas - both from Treorchy, Rhondda Cynon Taff - before entering the stadium.
These Wales fans heading to Bordeaux earlier today were in fine spirits and fine voice.
Wales fans will wear any colour you like, as long as it's red, red or red.
My husband is a huge football fan so he's very excited [for the game]. For the past two weeks we've had a Welsh CD playing in our car with Manic Street Preachers, Stereophonics, Tom Jones etc. We live in a small town called Andújar in the Andalucía province so it's our duty to make sure everyone knows about Wales. We teach English and I've even used the song "Together Stronger" as part of a class for my teenagers!
BBC Wales reporter
England and Wales fans are arm in arm as they head to the game on the tram in Bordeaux
These fans who have travelled to France say they are "here for a good time, not a long time".
Fans in Cardiff's Cooper Field are hoping for a Wales victory today
The Wales players are on the pitch already, but what's so funny Gareth Bale?
Welsh fans acclimatize to the Bordeaux weather by leaving their trousers at home.
BBC Radio Cymru presenter Tommo is.
It's all quiet in the Bordeaux fanzone too
Neil Watkins, 30, of Pontypridd, is hoping Joe Allen will come good for Wales today.
Ryan from England is a bit lost...
The atmosphere on the tram is electric. Constant singing, lots of passers-by waving and cheering
Sarah Garrod sent us this picture of her daughter Elin who will be cheering on the boys from Broughton in Flintshire.
Wales striker views the pitch he'll soon be playing on
Fans are reporting large queues to board trams to the stadium in Bordeaux with just under two hours to kick-off
Bordeaux is awash with red shirts as Wales football fans enjoy the sights ahead of today's game
BBC Wales reporter Cemlyn Davies has a sing-song with Wales fans on a packed tram heading to the stadium