Big screens in Swansea and Cardiff to show Wales Euro 2016 games

Gareth Bale (centre) with Wayne Hennessey and Joe Ledley Image copyright Huw Evans picture agency

Football fans who are not heading to France to watch Wales play at Euro 2016 will be able to gather in Welsh city centres for each match.

Swansea council has confirmed all of Wales' games will be shown on the big screen at Castle Square while Cardiff council will announce next week where their big screen will be located.

Chris Coleman's men kick-off their campaign against Slovakia on 11 June.

The team will then take on England and Russia in group B.

Wales have not played in a major tournament since 1958.

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