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Summary

  1. Ramsey from close range after keeper parries
  2. Bale shot on turn - 7th qualifying goal
  3. FT: Netherlands 2-3 Czech Republic
  4. Dutch fail to qualify for Euros
  5. Turkey and Croatia reach Euros

Live Reporting

By Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. Au revoir!

    These Welsh lads are going...

    Wales

    So are these English fellas...

    England

    And this Northern Irish bloke...

    Northern Ireland

    Heard the one about the Englishmen, the Welshmen and the Irishmen? They are all going to be taking part in the same international tournament next summer. No joke... Au revoir!

  2. Inside the Welsh dressing room

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    Wales
  3. Can Wales win the Euros?

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    Robbie Savage

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "Going into a European Championship is unknown territory for Wales, but if they get a good draw, why can’t they do well? Germany were beaten by the Republic of Ireland, Spain are not the Spain of old. 

    "This Wales team will go there with confidence. I believe defensively they are very good, and with Joe Allen, Aaron Ramsey, and a superstar like Gareth Bale in the side, you’ll have a chance in any game you play in."

  4. Post update

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "I think we're going in to the finals as the unknown - and that could help us. No-one gave us a chance to finish second, no-one thought we would take four points from Belgium.

    "We'll just go in, we're very humble, we know what our strengths are. We will cause problems with the players - and the pace of Gareth Bale - that we have. And the fact we are pretty much an unknown will help us next summer."

  5. Player reaction

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    Wales skipper Ashley Williams hails the leadership of manager Chris Coleman as the pair celebrate reaching the Euro 2016 finals.

    "He simplifies everything for us," says the Swansea defender. "Every time we step onto field we are right up for it. We always try to perform for him, we are disappointed for him when we lose."

    Ashley Williams
  6. Get involved

    #bbcfootball

    Excellent question - arguably without a simple answer. But of the nine qualifying groups, eight comprised six teams and one only five.

    So when the points are tallied up for the teams in third, all of the nations in a group with six teams have the points taken away from them that they picked up against the side that finished bottom.

    Capiche? 

  7. And who has made the play-offs?

    Eight teams face a nervy two-legged decider to see if they can nab 

    one of the four spots available through the play-offs:

    Republic of Ireland, Bosnia, Ukraine, Slovenia, Hungary, Sweden, Norway, Denmark.

    The draw for the two-legged play-offs will be held on Sunday, with the matches taking place next month.

  8. Who has qualified?

    So to recap then: 

    Here are the 19 teams who have secured automatic qualification and will be joining hosts France at next summer's Euro 2016: 

    Czech Republic, Iceland, Turkey, Belgium, Wales, Spain, Slovakia, Germany, Poland, England, Switzerland, Northern Ireland, Romania, Austria, Russia, Italy, Croatia, Portugal, Albania. 

  9. Around Europe

    So that's the Euro 2016 group stage done and dusted. England, Wales and Northern Ireland are there, the Netherlands are staying at home, and the Republic of Ireland are still in limber over their summer plans. Let's have a recap...

    England celebrate
    Wales celebrate
    Northern Ireland celebrate
  10. Post update

    Leanne Wood, leader of Plaid Cymru, is straight onto Twitter to offer her congratulations to the Welsh football team...

  11. FULL-TIME

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    Flashbulbs lights illuminate the Cardiff City Stadium as a horde of press photographers snap away at the jubilant Welsh players. Chris Coleman and his army of coaching staff pose for their own pictures a few yards away. Cameras are clicking from the press gang on the touchline, the elated Welsh fans in the stands and the ecstatic players who have taken their phones onto the pitch. Everyone is desperate to capture this moment of history. 

    Wales players celebrate qualifying for Euro 2016
  12. FULL-TIME

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    The entire squad link hands, sprint towards one of the ends behind the goal, diving Jurgen Klinsmann-style across the turf. Joe Ledley (who else?) leads the dancing, busting the robotic moves out. Sure that one will be coming out later in the middle of Cardiff's premier nightclub...

    Wales celebrate
  13. FULL-TIME

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

  14. FULL-TIME

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    Not sure how they celebrated in 1958, but this generation of Wales players are doing it in style. Bouncing up on the podium, spraying pricey champagne over each other, dancing to trance music. Great scenes!

    Wales celebrate
  15. FULL-TIME

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    The loudest cheers are reserved for star man Gareth Bale, skipper Ashley Williams and, the last man out of the tunnel, Chris Coleman. Coleman is beaming like a dad who has just seen his new-born baby for the first time as bounds out to the podium in the middle of the pitch.

    Gareth Bales and the Wales team celebrate
  16. FULL-TIME

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    Each of the Wales players who have contributed to this glorious Euro 2016 campaign are being introduced to the Cardiff crowd. One-by-one they jog out, wearing 'Together Stronger' T-shirts, Welsh flags draped over their shoulders. I'm waiting for Joe Ledley to come out dancing...

  17. FULL-TIME

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    The full-time whistle has gone, but no-one is leaving the Cardiff City Stadium to secure an early exit from the car park or dash for the last train. The Wales supporters have been promised a party, and have been teased about some mystery post-match celebrations.

    Ooh exciting times! Is Tom Jones going to turn up? Don't want to ruin anything but I did spot him outside our Salford office about five hours ago...

  18. FULL-TIME

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

  19. FULL-TIME

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    All over! The Cardiff City Stadium erupts as referee Kevin Blom blows time just before the end of the allotted two minutes. Poor Andorra keeper Ferran Pol pulls his hamstring as he goes to take a goal-kick - Dutchman Blom sympathetically peeps his whistle. Maybe the ref wants to find out how his national team have got on. It's not good news Kev...

    Gareth Bale celebrates
  20. INJURY TIME

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    Two minutes of injury-time. Two minutes until Cardiff is going to party like it is 1958...

  21. Post update

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    Wales win another corner - their 13th of the match - as the camera pans onto a dad and lad who are wearing French-themed fancy dress. The corner is cleared by Andorra. No-one cares. The 30,00-plus Welsh fans bust the Cardiff City Stadium's decibel meter with another ear-splitting chorus of the Welsh national anthem.

  22. The Netherlands fail to qualify

    Netherlands 2-3 Czech Republic

    It is all over - we won't be seeing theNetherlands at Euro 2016. 

    Defeat at home to Czech Republic has sealed it, although even if they'd won Turkey's 1-0 victory over Iceland would have made it impossible for them to climb above fourth in Group A. 

    That win means Fatih Terim's side go to France automatically, as the best third-placed team.

    A summer without all that orange...

    Netherlands fail to qualify
  23. Croatia reach Euros

    Croatia defeated Malta 1-0 and Italy came from behind to defeat Norway 2-1. The upshot of this is that Croatia claimed second place in Group H and can look forward to next summer. 

    Croatia celebrate
  24. Post update

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    Hang on Robbie....it's not over yet! Time for one or two more goals...

  25. Post update

    Wales 2-0 Andorra

    Robbie Savage

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "It's fitting that Gareth Bale has got the last goal of the campaign. Seven out of Wales's 11 goals, three assists... 

    "What a wonderful campaign for him."

    Gareth Bale celebrates
  26. GOAL - Wales 2-0 Andorra

    Gareth Bale

    I'll stop moaning now...

    Gareth Bale makes sure that Wales will finish a victorious campaign with a win (as if it was in any doubt anyway). The Real Madrid forward scuffs in a left-foot shot when Ben Davies' low cross fall at his feet inside the Andorra area.

    A scrappy finish in a scrappy win. Does any one in Cardiff care? Not a jolt!

    Gareth Bale scores
    Gareth Bale celebrates
  27. Post update

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    I know they have qualified and I don't want to be a misery...but Wales have been so wasteful. Two more golden chances go begging, Aaron Ramsey heading over a pair of great crosses in a matter of seconds. You'll have to take them opportunities in France next summer...

  28. Turkey score

    All over for the Netherlands surely? Turkey now lead 1-0 against Iceland - thanks to a free-kick from Selcuk Inan - and will finish third, claiming a qualification place as the highest ranked third placed finisher as it stands.

  29. Post update

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    Young Wales forward Tom Lawrence has been a livewire since he came on at the break, neatly linking up with his team-mates and not being afraid of running at the Andorra defence. He fancies his chances from distance, only for Ferran Pol to gather.

    Tom Lawrence in action for Wales
  30. Drama in Group H

    Italy have recovered from 1-0 down to lead 2-1 against Norway. This means that Croatia - leading 1-0 against Malta - are on course to claim second place in that group.

    Italy celebrate
  31. Post update

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    Sam Vokes has probably had more chances tonight than he has all season. Still the Wales striker cannot convert, prodding into the hands of Andorra keeper Ferran Pol when Ashley Williams' header from Aaron Ramsey's curling free-kick can only be parried.

    Sam Vokes
  32. Post update

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    John Hartson isn't happy about the amount of chances that Wales have created. Well, here's one. Admittedly it is a set-piece opportunity after Jonny Williams is hacked down right on the edge of the Andorra box. Gareth Bale stands over the ball...but cannot stick enough dip on his effort.

    Gareth Bale
  33. Netherlands 2-3 Czech Republic

    Robin van Persie (83 mins)

    Is the comeback really on? 

    Robin van Persie stabs one home but the Dutch need to win - and for Iceland to beat Turkey - if they are to finish in third and earn a play-off place. 

    And moments later van Persie is booked for a dive in the box when a penalty looked likelier...

    It's Van Persie's 50th international goal but as it stands the Dutch are out whatever happens - Turkey and Iceland are drawing.

    Robin van Persie
  34. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111

    Always picking out the positives.... 

    SMS Message: When you consider the Dutch situation England can feel quite proud after a very poor performance in Brazil from Phil on business in Cologne
    Phil on business in Cologne
  35. Post update

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "Given how early Wales scored their goal in the second half I was expecting us to really go up another gear and create a lot more chances afterwards, but we haven't.

    "I was certainly expecting a lot more goals."

  36. Second spot for Wales?

    It is now Belgium 2-0 Israel - Kevin De Bruyne on the scoresheet. The top and bottom of that is that Wales are now looking certain to finish second in their group.

    Belgium midfielder Kevin de Bruyne
  37. Post update

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    Wales go close again as Sam Vokes shoots over the bar after being picked out by Chris Gunter. Andorra need a map and compass to navigate their way into Welsh territory.

    Wales striker Sam Vokes
  38. Football social on 5 live

    Don't forget that there will be a football social on Radio 5 live after full-time in the Wales match.

    They want to know how far you think your team can go in next summer's Euros.

    Get involved in a whole host of different ways... 

    Tweet @5liveSport, text 85058, 5liveSport on Facebook, Instagram @5livesport or call on 0500 909 693.

  39. SUBSTITUTION

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    Ah, here's a heart-warming moment. Andorra's 39-year-old skipper Oscar Sonejee is hooked as his international career is brought to an end after 105 games. Sonejee hugs a few of his defensive colleagues, then the ref and entire Andorran bench. He's probably glad to retire from national service because he's sick of losing...

    Andorra captain Oscar Sonejee
  40. Post update

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    Not happening tonight for Gareth Bale. The Real Madrid man looks a little rusty, perhaps still feeling the effects of that recent spell out through injury. He picks the ball up from deep, cuts through a host of blue shirts to play a one-two with Sam Vokes, but can't beat the Andorran keeper.

    Gareth Bale
  41. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball

    Yup, as it stands Turkey are one goal away from qualifying automatically as the highest placed team finishing in third.

    It is currently Turkey 0-0 Iceland. 

  42. Post update

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    Credit to Andorra, they are not showing any signs of rolling over yet. But equally they are showing no signs of claiming their first competitive away win in 46 attempts. Max Llovera perfectly times a sliding challenge in his penalty area to dispossess Jonny Williams.

  43. Second spot for Wales?

    Elsewhere in Group B, Belgium have taken the lead against Israel - Napoli's Dries Mertens on the scoresheet.

    This means that as it stands Belgium will top the group with Wales second.

    Dries Mertens celebrates
  44. Netherlands 1-3 Czech Republic

    Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (70 mins)

    Hang on a minute, is this on? Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has got one back - a power-header from the penalty spot!

    They need another three goals, and for Iceland to beat Turkey, to secure third place in Group A and a play-off spot....

    Surely not, right? 

    Klass-Jan Huntelaar celebrates
  45. Post update

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    Andorra keeper Ferran Pol should be paid treble the amount of his team-mates - he does three times as much work! Pol is called into action again, pushing away Sam Vokes's effort. Wales looking much more relaxed now.

  46. Post update

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    Not much happening on the field as Wales continue to dominate. The home crowd applaud themselves after a rousing rendition of the Welsh national anthem. Spine-tingling stuff. And, almost as if he is spurred on by that, Aaron Ramsey ploughs forward and drills a low shot just across the face of the Andorra goal.

    Aaron Ramsey
  47. Netherlands 0-3 Czech Republic

    Robin van Persie (OG) (66 mins)

    Oh my word. That. Is. Unbelievable. 

    Brought on to salvage something, anything, from a desperate situation with his team two goals down, Robin van Persie has just planted the sweetest of cushioned headers past his own goalkeeper.

    The Dutch are well on their way towards elimination - they need to score four, and for Iceland to beat Turkey, to finish third and grab a play-off spot. 

    It's not looking likely...

    Robin van Persie
    Czech Republic score their third goal
  48. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111

    There is a lot of heat around the Dutch right now - their Euros disappointment one of the talking points of this qualifying campaign....

  49. Post update

    Netherlands 0-2 Czech Republic

    With the score still 0-0 between Turkey and Iceland, even a three-goal comeback wouldn't be enough for the Netherlands to secure a play-off place and third in Group A as it stands.

    The Dutch need to beat the Czech Republic and for Iceland to beat Turkey. 

    Neither of those scenarios are looking like coming good, and as Danny Blind's side pour forward looking for a breakthrough, they're looking increasingly vulnerable on the break...

  50. Post update

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    A replay of that Wales celebration has just popped up on my screen...they weren't doing the Toure dance. they were doing the Ledley dance! As we told you earlier (see 18:57) Joe Ledley has become a Vine sensation after he celebrated in Bosnia like he was dancing in the middle of an illegal rave. Bantz.

    Wales celebrate
  51. Post update

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    I feel a bit sorry for the Andorran keeper - he'd actually had a decent game before that error. Could have already been three or four if it wasn't for him. Now you would expect it to be three or four before the end of 90 minutes. Gareth Bale clips the top of the bar with a rising shot. He was offside anyway.

    Andorran goalkeeper Ferran Pol Perez concedes against Wales
  52. Post update

    Wales 1-0 Andorra

    Robbie Savage

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "Aaron Ramsey needed to produce - some of his performances in a Wales shirt haven't been great recently - and he has done well there.

    "Ashley Williams should have scored with the header, but I can see us going on to get three or four now."

    Aaron Ramsey celebrates
  53. GOAL - Wales 1-0 Andorra

    Aaron Ramsey

    Breakthrough! Aaron Ramsey steers in from close range after Andorra keeper Ferran Pol weakly palms out Ashley Williams' header. The Cardiff crowd go ballistic, Chris Coleman waves both arms aloft on the touchline and the Wales players huddle round on the touchline to do a Toure chant-style dance.

    Wales celebrate
  54. YELLOW CARD

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Andorra man Ivan Lorenzo goes into the notepad of ref Kevin Blom for a foul on the left edge of his own penalty area. More worringly for Lorenzo, it gives Wales a decent chance with the set-piece. Aaron Ramsey slams into the wall...

    Andorra's Ivan Lorenzo
  55. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Gareth Bale surges down the right flank, a collective cheer of excitement as the Cardiff crowd jump to their feet. But the Wales talisman overruns the ball just as he looks to cross from the byeline.

    Gareth Bale
  56. KICK-OFF

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Right, in the words of Pink, let's get this party started. Wales kick off and immediately set up camp in the Andorra half.

  57. SUBSTITUTION

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Wales emerge from the dressing room with a new face among their ranks. Dave Edwards, who himself replaced Robson Hal-Kanu earlier, goes off at the break with an injury problem and is replaced by Tom Lawrence.

  58. Get Involved

  59. Elsewhere in Europe

    Italy have not lost a competitive home game this century but is that record about to end? The Azzurri trail 1-0 to Norway in Group H thanks to a goal by Norwich City's Alexander Tettey. Defeat for Italy will cost them top spot in the group. 

    There's an almighty battle developing for a play-off spot in Wales's group. Bosnia-Herzegovina started the day third on 14 points, with Israel fourth on 13 and Cyprus fifth on 12. Bosnia took the lead in Cyprus before falling 2-1 behind. The half-time score is 2-2. Meanwhile, Israel are holding Belgium to a goalless draw in Brussels.

    Elsewhere, Bulgaria lead Azerbaijan in a dead-rubber in Group H and Croatia are winning 1-0 away to Malta in Group H. 

    Norway celebrate
  60. Post update

    Netherlands 0-2 Czech Republic

    We are back under way in Amsterdam, where Netherlands fans are witnessing what must surely be one the of the lowest points in their side's recent history.

    The Dutch need to beat the Czech Republic to have any hope of finishing third in Group A, but things are falling pretty flat at the moment. 

    Should they find the three goals required, they still need Iceland to beat Turkey to luck their way into a play-off place. 

    It's currently 0-0 in that one...

  61. Reaching Euros is peak of career - Bale

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Ryan Giggs. Ian Rush. Er, Joey Jones. All Welshmen who have been crowned European champions with their clubs. All Welshmen who never appeared at a major international tournament.

    Gareth Bale's name was also on that list before Sunday. And the Real Madrid star reckons reaching Euro 2016 is on the same level as winning the Champions League with the Spanish giants.

    "This is right up there to be honest," says Bale, who scored when Real beat Madrid rivals Atletico in the 2014 Champions League final.

    "Everyone knows how important Wales is to me and how proud we are to all play for our country. It ranks on a par with everything else, if not top."

  62. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Some good news about Andorra midfielder Victor Moreira, who was taken off on a stretcher after an eight-minute delay in the opening few minutes. Sky Sports are reporting that he did not need to be taken to hospital and is talking to medical staff at the Cardiff City Stadium.

  63. Get Involved

    Dutch despair

    Joel Ikechi Ejike: So the Orange boys won't be going to France, a team that finished third in the last world cup. How the might has fallen

    Francis Edwards: Missing Robben is telling for Netherlands, did for Bayern last year, although when he's back for them they'll be unstoppable.

    Tweet us on #bbcfootball, or text us on 81111 from UK mobiles - but don't forget to include your name.

  64. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "A frustrating half for Wales. It's irrelevant really because they have already qualified but I expected a bit more precision in their passing. Andorra will be delighted, they have been difficult to break down.

    "There was a danger of tonight falling flat. It's ultimately the players' performance that lifts the crowd and we need more."

  65. HALF-TIME

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Gareth Bale scratches his head as he walks back down the Cardiff City Stadium tunnel. And that's no surprise. Wales have hogged 83% of the possession. They have peppered the Andorra goal with 15 shots. They have forced nine corners. 

    Every attacking stat you can think of, Wales are leading it. Except for the one that really matters...

    Gareth Bale
  66. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Gareth Bale, as you would imagine, is at the heart of Wales' better play, but he cannot find a way past these plucky Andorrans. Bale fires over, then gets in the way of Aaron Ramsey when both men battle for the same ball.

    Gareth Bale shows his frustration
  67. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    This is all one-way traffic. Andorra defender Ildefons Lima clears with a high boot, before Gareth Bale slams another corner - Wales' fourth in quick succession - into the side-netting.

  68. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "Wales have not been playing relaxed, the pressure is off but they have not been playing well at all."

    Gareth Bale
  69. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Oooh! Wales go close again. Ben Davies is lurking on the edge of the Andorran box after the visitors clear a corner. But the left-back goes for placement rather than power - and finds the stand behind the goal.

  70. INJURY TIME

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    The fourth official strolls up to the touchline with his electronic board to reveal there will be eight minutes of injury-time. That's because of the injury suffered by Andorra midfielder Victor Moreira in the opening moments.

  71. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    How have Wales not scored yet? Part profligacy, part decent goalkeeping. Ben Davies swings in a left-wing cross, Aaron Ramsey flicks goalwards with his head, and Andorra keeper Ferran Pol scrambles back to push the ball out of his top corner and onto the bar. 

  72. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Another minute, another Wales chance. The height of Sam Vokes is proving a handful for the Andorran defence, the Burnley striker barely having to jump to stick his forehead on Aaron Ramsey. But he cannot keep the ball down.

  73. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball

    Matt Barron: What has happened to Holland? They look like a pub team, not a team that finished third at last year's World Cup.

    Tweet us on #bbcfootball, or text us on 81111 from UK mobiles - but don't forget to include your name.

  74. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Well it is a good job that Wales don't need a win isn't it? Perhaps they are still shaking off the hangover from their trip to Bosnia...

    David Vaughan wildly slashes over the bar from distance after Andorra partially clear a Wales corner.

  75. Post update

    Netherlands 0-2 Czech Republic

    Robin van Persie is on and raring to go as the Dutch look to begin a three-goal comeback in Amsterdam. 

    Their fate is out of their hands though remember - if Turkey can draw at home to Iceland (it's currently 0-0), they are out, whether Van Persie can deliver or not.

    Robin van Persie
  76. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Chances are arriving quicker than trains at Cardiff Central station. Sam Vokes is the latest to test the Andorran keeper, his glancing header from a central position is straight at Ferran Pol.

  77. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Moments after that failed penalty appeal, Wales are awarded a foul - right on the edge of the Andorran box. This is Gareth Bale territory. But the Real Madrid man cannot get enough whip or power on the effort and keeper Ferran Pol gratefully gathers.

    Gareth Bale free-kick
  78. PENALTY APPEAL

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Sub David Edwards trips over an Andorran leg - and a collective cry of 'Penalty' goes around the Cardiff City Stadium. Referee Kevin Blom shakes his head. He's not having that as a foul.

    David Edwards penalty appeal
  79. Netherlands 0-2 Czech Republic

    Josef Sural (35 mins)

    Sensational scenes in Amsterdam! 

    For all the wrong reasons if you're one of the many thousands clad in Orange - it looks as though the Netherlands are heading out as Josef Sural stabs in from close range. He waltzed through the defence!

    They need to find three goals, and hope Iceland can beat Turkey, if they are to scramble into third and a play-off place. 

    It looks like Robin van Persie is getting changed on the sidelines...

    Netherlands look on dejected
  80. YELLOW CARD

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Now it is 1-1 - on yellow cards. Wales midfielder David Vaughan sees his name scribbled into the referee's notepad for a sliding challenge in the Andorran half. Quite harsh in my opinion. Appeared to cleanly take the ball before the man.

  81. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Gareth Bale is starting to warm to his task. The Welsh wizard twists and turns on the left, trying to unlock the Andorran defence, but they remain firm.

    Gareth Bale heads in to the box
  82. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "This Andorra side look like they wouldn't score in a million years, but this is not how Wales play - there's been several times already when they've looked for the  long ball rather than playing it short."

  83. GREAT SAVE!

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Almost a breakthrough for Wales! Andorra defender Max Llovera provides the entertainment for the partygoers by closing his eyes just before he sticks his head on a dangerous cross from the Wales left. The ball loops back towards his own goal, with keeper Ferran Pol back-pedalling to push over the bar.

  84. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Dafydd Pritchard

    BBC Sport Wales

    The party atmosphere has been subdued a little by a goalless first half-hour a little light on incident.

    With Andorra dropping deeper and deeper into their own half, the game is beginning to resemble a training ground game of attack against defence.

    The Welsh fans don't seem to mind too much, though. They've still got their brass band in the stands and a broad repertoire of chants to sing.

  85. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Well this party is yet to kick off. It is like when you turn up early, everyone is sober and you're making small talk with strangers while nibbling crisps. All nice and polite, but not the raucous affair you were expecting. On the pitch at least.

    Wales captain Ashley Williams
  86. As it stands...

    Lots going on in Group H - Norway are winning in Italy (Norwich's Alexander Tettey on the scoresheet) and Croatia in Malta. Both 1-0.

    So as things stand, Norway will climb above Italy and claim top spot in that group with their opponents finishing second.

  87. Get Involved

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  88. CLOSE!

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Wales have hogged 79% of the ball so far - that is Barcelona-esque. Another chance arrives when Aaron Ramsey clips a cross from the right channel to the back stick where Sam Vokes lurks. The lanky Burnley striker heads goalwards, but Andorra defender Ildefons Lima is underneath it to nod off the goal-line.

  89. Netherlands 0-1 Czech Republic

    Pavel Kaderabek (24 mins)

    Are we heading for a summer tournament without the Dutch? 

    It is certainly looking that way - the Czech Republic have taken the lead in Amsterdam in a must-win match for the Dutch. 

    Pavel Kaderabek is played through on goal, it's a tight angle but the right-back smashes past Jeroen Zoet at his near post.

    We say it's a  must-win game, but if Turkey can draw at home to Iceland, the Netherlands are out anyway. It's currently 0-0 in Konya.

    Czech Republic score their first goal
    Pavel Kaderabek celebrates
  90. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "I think we'll see Dave Edwards come in to play where Jonathan Williams started the game, alongside Aaron Ramsey in midfield, and we'll see Williams pushed further up."

  91. SUBSTITUTION

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    The Wales physio makes that universal signal of "his game is over" by quickly revolving his hands towards the bench. Wolves midfielder Dave Edwards is the man who gets stripped off to replace him after Wales, eventually jogging on after his team momentarily go down to 10 men.

  92. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Now there is an injury concern for Wales. Hal Robson-Kanu chases a loose ball close to the touchline, but rolls his right ankle as he tries to keep the ball in play. Ouch. He'll need a bag of peas on that tonight.

  93. Post update

  94. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    The Wales fans are humming along to their adopted anthem of Zombie Nation as their side set up camp inside the Andorran half. They may as well have a tent, groundsheet and some pegs. Chris Gunter cuts in from the right flank, but sees his shot easily gathered by Andorra keeper Ferran Pol.

    Wales fans
  95. Akpom scores on debut

    England U21 3-0 Kazakhstan U21

    Arsenal's Chuba Akpom scored on his England Under-21 debut as Gareth Southgate's Young Lions defeated Kazakhstan 3-0 in a Euro 2017 qualifier at Coventry's Ricoh Arena.

    Akpom, who is on loan at Hull City, hit a post before scoring his side's third goal. Chelsea's Ruben Loftus-Cheek opened the scoring before Norwich City forward Nathan Redmond found the net.

    England have six points from two qualifying games but trail joint Group 9 leaders Norway and Switzerland, who have both played more games, by one point.

    England Under-21
  96. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "Gareth Bale bursting into this game! First of all with a great shot and then after a fantastic turn, he's chopped down by Ildefons Lima.

    "I'm sure he'll want to play the 90 minutes but Real Madrid will want him back in one piece as well..."

    Gareth Bale
  97. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Robbie Savage

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "Andorra, let's be fair, are useless. The Wales players are going past them like they're not even there.    

    "But Wales have got to move the ball quickly and not take too many touches because they might end up being clattered. That challenge by Ildefons Lima was terrible - it looks like Bale might be in for some treatment tonight."

    Ildefons Lima fouls Gareth Bale
  98. YELLOW CARD

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Jonny Williams reckons he is fouled as he competes for the loose ball after that Bale effort. No way, says the ref. Hmmm, that looked like a foul to me. Williams seemed to be body-checked inside the box.

    But Dutch official Kevin Blom does blow when Bale is wiped out by a filthy tackle from Ildefons Lima. Yellow. Bale sticks a curling 25-yard free-kick just past the left post.

    Gareth Bale reacts to a challenge
  99. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Gareth Bale stings the palms of Andorra keeper Ferran Pol with an angled drive. That must have come keen. Aaron Ramsey pounces for the rebound but cannot turn the ball in. Wales piling on the pressure now...

    Gareth Bale
  100. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Back under way in Cardiff, with Wales neatly pinging the ball around in little triangles inside the Andorra half. No goals elsewhere in Europe yet...

    Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey
  101. SUBSTITUTION

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Hearty round of applause from the Cardiff crowd as Andorra midfielder Victor Moreira is carefully wheeled off the pitch after an eight-minute delay. His team-mates join in the applause as substitute Gabriel Riera replaces him.

    Victor Moreira
  102. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Andorra coach Kolda Alvarez looks pensive, hands on hips, as he watches Victor Moreira receive treatment. His players have moved away from their team-mate, jigging about to loosen their muscles.

  103. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "There are parademedics on the pitch, and another 10 or 12 members of coaching staff around the player.

    "There is a real concern here, I think he's had a really nasty blow. Let's hope he's not too badly concussed. 

    "There is no blame attached at all though - the ball was there to be won and James Chester went for it."

  104. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    The medical staff are still tending to Victor Moreira as a concerned hush falls over the Cardiff City Stadium. Andorra are readying a substitute as the midfielder is helped on to a stretcher. The Wales players keep warm by passing a spare ball around.

  105. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Robbie Savage

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "It doesn't look good. James Chester clattered into him, that is really nasty, I just hope the boy is OK. Chester's collided with the back of his head, he really went into the challenge hard.

    "Credit to the medical staff, they were on quickly and the players, too, knew the urgency of the situation - they were waving for them to come on."

  106. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Moment of concern for the Andorrans here. Victor Moreira goes down in a heap after an accidental aerial collision with James Chester. Does not look good. The medical staff race on to the pitch to help the stricken Andorra midfielder.

  107. Get Involved

    Making maths interesting...

    Oh, the joys of the battle for the best placed finisher in third...

  108. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    A huge roar goes around the ground as Aaron Ramsey's neat throughball finds the golden boy of Welsh football. Gareth Bale takes a touch just inside the Andorra box, but sees the ball pinched off his toes and the chance goes.

    Gareth Bale
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    Martin Roach: Let's not forget that Wales reached the quarter-finals of the European Championships in 1976, before the competition format changed.

    True that, Martin, although as crazy as it sounds, the Euros used to actually begin at the semi-final stage. 

    Back in 1976, the quarter-finals was still a qualifying round...

  110. Post update

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Andorra boss Koldo Alvarez admitted his side have little chance of being party-poopers tonight - but they have started well. The minnows force an early corner, but Wales cope with the set-piece.

    Koldo Alvarez
  111. KICK-OFF

    Wales 0-0 Andorra

    Gareth Bale's grin is wider than the River Taff as Andorra prepare to kick off the game. That they do after a short, sharp shrill of the referee's whistle...

    Gareth Bale smiles ahead of kick-off
  112. Post update

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    Spine-tingling stuff as the Welsh national anthem is belted out by the near-35,000 crowd inside the Cardiff City Stadium. One end of the ground hoists aloft coloured placards to display the Red Dragon, with the Welsh football motto of 'Together, Stronger' clearly visible. "We're going to France!" sing the home fans. Not the last time we will hear that tonight...

    Wales perform the national anthem
  113. 'Opportunity for fringe players'

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Cardiff City Stadium

    "This is the opportunity for Chris Coleman to play a few players on the fringes of his side. David Vaughan, Jonathan Williams and Sam Vokes, who is coming back from injury, are all starting.

    "I'm sure the regulars will be disappointed to miss out but Coleman is showing a little bit of loyalty to those who haven't been in the side every match." 

    Wales manager Chris Coleman
  114. Relaxing evening for Wales - Horne

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    Wales have become accustomed to dead-rubber qualifying matches over the years - but tonight is different. Very different. No muted atmosphere, no half-empty stadium, no rueful thoughts of another failed campaign.

    "It will be a stress-free night - a night of celebration," former Wales captain Barry Horne told BBC Radio 5 live.

    "I'm glad there is nothing on this game, there are no third parties that need or expect a performance from Wales. They can relax."

    Wales fans
  115. "Unknown territory"

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    Wales boss Chris Coleman: "We know that we are representing our country again tonight so we have go to do things right – we will probably have a lot of possession, Andorra will defend in numbers and that is their prerogative.

    "It will be a great atmosphere, the last one of the campaign, we have got what we wanted but we have to do a professional job again tonight.

    "We are on unknown territory and it is a fantastic feeling."

  116. Post update

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    Late 1990s trance classic Zombie Nation (ask your uncle or auntie...) pumps out of the Cardiff City Stadium sound system as the two sides line up in the tunnel. An ear-popping explosion of noise greets the entrance of the Welsh heroes. Wowzers.

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    Shohidur Rahman: I think we're gonna see Holland go out tonight. I can't see Turkey losing at home to Iceland.

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  118. For the hardcore permutation fans

    The picture in Group A

    Lemurs using an abacus

    The last bit of permutation business to settle takes in the wondrous scenario of which team qualifies for Euro 2016 as the best third-placed team.

    As we know, the teams who finish third in the nine groups are guaranteed a spot in the play-offs. 

    And of those nine, the one with the most points from matches against the top five teamsin their group only will be whisked off to France directly. Results against the bottom team do not count.

    As it stands, Hungary are leading the waywith 15 points.OnlyTurkey can overtake them, but they have to beat Iceland, and hope Kazakhstan climb off the bottom of Group A by beating Latvia. 

    This is how the above scenario would work: At the moment, Turkey have 15 points in total, but taking away their two victories over bottom team Kazakhstan leaves nine points.  

    Victory over Iceland would take their points total to 18, and if Latvia finished bottom instead of Kazakhstan, only two points would be taken off, because Turkey drew against them twice.

    Got that?

  119. Post update

    Whatever the audience wants, the audience gets...

    Ready for this convoluted best third-placed team scenario? It is a head-spinner.

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  121. Elsewhere around Europe

    The picture in Group H

    Group H

    Only one automatic qualifying spot is still being scrapped for - and that is in Group H.

    Italy have already qualified and can win the group with a draw at home to Norway this evening.

    Should Norway fail to beat Italy, Croatia can leapfrog them into second and an automatic qualification spot with victory over Malta.

  122. Kompany and De Bruyne start for Belgium

    Belgium v Israel (19:45 BST)

    Here's news that is not going to please Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini. I can almost hear the usually mild-mannered Chilean tutting at his laptop right now...

    Belgium have already qualified for Euro 2016 but have included defender Vincent Kompany and forward Kevin De Bruyne from the start against Israel in Brussels.

    Kompany has been missing for City since limping out of the Champions League defeat against Juventus on 15 September with a calf injury.

    City are at home to Bournemouth on Saturday.

    Vincent Kompany
  123. Wales gunning for top spot

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    "Nothing changes," is the message from Wales boss Chris Coleman as he talks to the television cameras in the Cardiff City Stadium tunnel. "Clinical..professional...we've got to perform.."

    Coleman knows an expected win could help his team pip Belgium to top spot in Group B.

    Wales v Andorra
  124. Spot the ball - Euro 2016 special

    Cesc Fabregas

    Are you any good at Spot the Ball competitions?

    Match of the Day Kickabout has unhelpfully hidden the ball among last weekend's Euro 2016 Qualifying action. 

    Can you guess where it is?

    Head over here to have a go.

  125. Wales's finest football team?

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    Comparing football teams from different generations is always a difficult task - but one which we just love doing anyway. So where does Chris Coleman's side rank among the greatest Welsh football teams? 

    Better than the 1958 World Cup quarter-finalists which boasted John Charles, Ivor Allchurch and Cliff Jones? Former Red Dragons skipper Barry Horne isn't convinced. 

    "They may or not be the best ever Wales team," he tells BBC Radio 5 live. "I'm not a fan of comparing past players to current players, or past teams to current teams.

    "But they are the only Welsh team to qualify by the conventional means - so they have done something that no other Wales team has done, let's put it that way."

    Wales in action against Brazil in the 1958 World Cup
  126. Almost the nightmare start...

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    Cast your mind back to September 2014. Go on, it's not that long ago. 

    Brendan Rodgers still had his feet firmly under the Anfield manager's desk. New Manchester United forward Radamel Falcao was still regarded as one of Europe's hottest properties. And Wales's qualifying campaign almost began with embarrassment. I know, it's hard to believe.

    Wales were losing before Gareth Bale rode to the rescue with a first-half equaliser and then a late winner. The opponents? Tonight's visitors Andorra!

    Bale's heroics meant Wales narrowly avoided becoming first team not to beat Andorra in 41 European qualifiers....

    Wales v Andorra
  127. Past and present

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

  128. Juxtaposed with you...

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    Dafydd Pritchard

    BBC Sport Wales

    Super Furry Animals

    The atmosphere is building at the Cardiff City Stadium, and the Super Furry Animals are back to play a three-song set like they did when Wales beat Belgium 1-0 in June.

    That was an unforgettable evening in Cardiff, a stirring atmosphere inspiring Wales to a famous win which was arguably the highlight of a historic campaign.

    It probably won't be as dramatic a game against minnows Andorra but, with Wales' Euro 2016 qualification already assured, it promises to be a similarly electric occasion.

  129. Post update

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    Back across the North Sea from Amsterdam, there is a totally different atmosphere in the Welsh capital. No tension, just pure unadulterated joy. The Wales players receive a huge welcome when they stroll out into a Cardiff City Stadium which becoming rapidly busy. Time for some pre-match entertainment...

  130. Oranje ready to roar?

    Netherlands v Czech Republic (19:45 BST)

    Newcastle midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum set the Netherlands on the way to victory over Kazakhstan with a goal on Saturday, and here he is rallying the troops ahead of tonight's crucial fixture at home to the Czech Republic.

    Fearless, powerful, untamed... as inspirational symbols go, a lion is not bad. This particular specimen is kind of orange, too, and of course we all know that's the colour of choice over there.

    But wouldn't it be safer for people just to wave a carrot about?

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  131. Are the Dutch heading out?

    Netherlands v Czech Republic (19:45 BST)

    View more on twitter

    With the Netherlands in danger of missing out on a place at Euro 2016 - and Southampton manager, and former Oranje captain, Ronald Koeman knows it is a serious situation...

    Will the Dutch be watching from their sofas next summer?

  132. What's gone wrong with the Netherlands?

    Netherlands v Czech Republic (19:45 BST)

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Netherlands squad
    Quote Message: The question should not be what has gone wrong but what has gone right. We are one of the few countries in Europe, alongside the likes of the Faroe Islands and Liechtenstein, that probably won’t take part in Euro 2016. It is not the fault of the manager Danny Blind because I think the damage was done earlier." from Pierre van Hooijdonk Former Netherlands striker
    Pierre van HooijdonkFormer Netherlands striker
  133. Dutch worries

    The picture in Group A

    Can we really be set for a summer tournament without the Netherlands?

    It's shaping up that way - the Dutch must beat the Czech Republic at home and hope third-placed Turkey lose against Iceland to secure a play-off place.  

    Finishing level on points won't be good enough - even with a better goal difference - because Uefa separates teams according to their head-to-head record, and Fatih Terim's Turkey have the edge.

    Their fate is out of their hands then. And the Czech Republic and Iceland have both already qualified. What kind of a performance can we expect from those two?

    Group A table
  134. Around Europe

    So Wales don't have anything to play for. But what about elsewhere around the continent? The headline news is that the Netherlands could miss out on a European Championship finals for the first time since 1984....

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    John, Kent: Why is Coleman risking Bale and Ramsey? Any team he chose could win. Might live to regret this...

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  136. 'Something strange going on'

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    Dafydd Pritchard

    BBC Sport Wales at Cardiff City Stadium

    There’s something strange going on at the Cardiff City Stadium tonight. Wales are playing and everybody is smiling - there is a warm glow of contentment about the place.

    With a history punctuated by near misses and agonising failure, anxiety and fear have reigned at Wales games in recent years.

    But now Chris Coleman’s side have qualified for Euro 2016 with a game to spare, tonight’s campaign finale against Andorra is simply a party to celebrate Wales reaching a first major tournament since the 1958 World Cup.

    Wales started their campaign with an unconvincing 2-1 win in Andorra but they have transformed their fortunes since, and the sell-out crowd in Cardiff will hope the winless visitors are in no mood to try and spoil what should be a delirious party.

    Pele in action against Wales for Brazil in the 1958 World Cup
  137. Coming up on BBC radio

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Our BBC Radio 5 live colleagues are primed and ready in their lofty position inside the Cardiff City Stadium. We have full match commentary of Wales's 19:45kick-off against Andorra, and you can tune in now with all the build-up under way.

    And you can also head over to BBC Radio 5 live sports extra right now to catch the rest of the England Under-21's European Championship qualifier against Kazhakstan (kick-off was at 17:45 BST).

  138. Who's already there?

    So Wales are there. England are there. Northern Ireland are there. And the Republic of Ireland, depending how they fare in next month's play-offs, may also join the home nations in France next summer.

    Tonight is the final night of the Euro 2016 qualifying group stage after 13 months of blood, sweat and tears. Eighteen teams are already scouting around for the best accommodation France has to offer, while two more nations will clinch an automatic spot tonight.

    Remind yourself who is in, who is out, and who is still a maybe.

  139. Get involved

    Tweet #bbcfootball or text 81111

    So 57 years of misery - categorised by inferior goal difference, missed penalties and quite a few bog-standard international footballers - is over. 

    Welsh football fans have been celebrating like they have just checked a winning Lotto ticket - while midfielder Joe Ledley danced like he was in the middle of an illegal rave after the Bosnia match.

    Did you bust some shapes like Ledley? Or did you go to even more extravagant lengths? Tweet using #bbcfootball or text 81111. Send us your celebration photos too.

    And we don't just want to hear from Welsh fans - wherever your allegiance lies, tell us about your craziest (football-related) celebrations. Go go go!

    Joe Ledley and Gareth Bale
  140. Post update

  141. Wales team news

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    Dafydd Pritchard

    BBC Sport Wales at Cardiff City Stadium

    Wales make four changes from the 2-0 defeat to Bosnia-Herzegovina. James Chester, David Vaughan, Jonny Williams and Sam Vokes replace Neil Taylor, Jazz Richards, Joe Ledley and Joe Allen as manager Chris Coleman switches from his favoured 5-3-2 formation to an attacking 4-3-3.

    Wales starting XI: Hennessey; Gunter, Chester, A Williams, Davies; Vaughan, J Williams, Ramsey; Bale, Robson-Kanu, Vokes.

    Andorra starting XI: Ferran Pol, San Nicolas, Sonejee, Llovera, Ildefons Lima, Rodrigues, Rubio, Vieira, Moreira, Lorenzo, Sanchez.

  142. Wales starting XI

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    Chris Coleman pretty much does stick to his word. Gareth Bale starts, so does Aaron Ramsey. But the Wales boss does make four changes.

    Wales XI: Hennessey; Gunter, A Williams, Chester, B Davies; Vaughan, J Williams, Ramsey; Bale, Vokes, Robson-Kanu.

  143. 'No experimenting for Wales'

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    The Wales teamsheet has been handed over to the Fifa delegate in Cardiff, and in a few moments all will be revealed.

    Yesterday Wales boss Chris Coleman said he will resist any temptation to experiment as the Red Dragons look to sign off with a win.

    "I had a team and a formation in my head before the Bosnia game and I'm pretty sure I'm going to go with that," he said.

    "If one or two who started against Bosnia don't play it won't be based on performances.

    "Physically there was a lot of output in the Bosnia game from certain players, so that will affect what we do against Andorra."

    Will he stick to his word?

  144. Inside the Wales camp

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

  145. Let's get the party started

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    Red Dragon flags? Check. Inflatable leeks? Check. Super Furry Animals playing a live set? Check.

    The stage is set as the Cardiff City Stadium prepares to celebrate Coleman's boys becoming the first Wales team to reach a major tournament finals since 1958.

    That place among the cream of the continent at Euro 2016 was secured in rather strange circumstances on Saturday. Wales, needing a point, lost 2-0 in Bosnia-Herzegovina. But Cyprus' 2-1 victory in Israel meant they qualified anyway. Cue manic celebrations.

    Wales in France shirts
    Wales merchandise
  146. Post update

    Wales v Andorra (19:45 BST)

    Anyone venturing into Cardiff city centre on a Saturday night realises that the Welsh capital knows how to party. Packed bars blaring out Rihanna, humming restaurants not having a table to spare, streets filled with slick-quiffed blokes and high-heeled ladies boozily staggering around.

    Tonight might be a 'school night' but that doesn't mean it will be quiet. And why should it be?! 

    The Welsh football team are throwing a shindig - and the whole nation is invited. Because Chris Coleman's side have booked a summer 2016 trip to France.

    Wales fans
  147. Post update

    "You've got to fight *dum dum* for your right *dum dum* to parrrrrrr-ty!"

    Teenage angst, not football, was playing on the minds of American hip-hoppers Beastie Boys when they wrote this raucous 80s classic.

    But, boy, have Wales had to fight for their right to party. A 57-year fight in fact. And tonight they are going to let their hair down big style.

    Wales v Andorra