Cymru Squad - UEFA EURO 2020


Rob Page announced his Cymru squad for UEFA EURO 2020 on Sunday (30 May). 

Here's a closer look at the 26 players who will look make this another memorable summer for the national team as the side prepare for the opening game of the tournament against Switzerland in Baku on 12 June. 


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Wayne Hennessey

  • Crystal Palace (ENG)
  • Age 34 – 24.01.1987

The most-capped goalkeeper in Cymru history having made his debut in 2007 and a veteran of EURO 2016. A tall and talented shot-stopper who has been integral to the success enjoyed by Cymru over the last few years. 

Danny Ward

  • Leicester City (ENG)
  • Age 27 – 22.06.1993

A former Liverpool goalkeeper who came through the youth ranks at Wrexham. Started the opening EURO 2106 match against Slovakia and replaced Wayne Hennessey during his recent spell out of the side through injury.

Adam Davies

  • Stoke City (ENG)
  • Age 28 – 17.07.1992

Former Everton youth player who was born in Rintein in Germany. Made his debut for Cymru in the 1-0 friendly win against Trinidad & Tobago at Wrexham in 2019 when he came off the bench at half-time.


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Connor Roberts

  • Swansea City (WAL)
  • Age 25 – 23.09.1995

Tireless full-back who is as influential in defence as he is in the attacking third for Swansea City and Cymru as he pushes forward from wide positions to deliver crosses into the area. Scored his one and only international goal in the 4-1 win over the Republic of Ireland in September 2018.

Neco Williams

  • Liverpool (ENG)
  • Age 20 – 13.04.2001

Versatile full-back who can play on either side of the field and is dangerous pushing forward from wide positions. Scored the injury-time winner against Bulgaria in the UEFA Nations League last year and has established himself as an important player in the side.

Chris Gunter

  • Charlton Athletic (ENG)
  • Age 31 – 27.07.1989

The only centurion in the history of the men's national team and a hugely-popular figure with the Red Wall. Made his debut against New Zealand at Wrexham as a teenager in 2007 and played every minute of every game at the EURO 2016 finals.

Chris Mepham

  • AFC Bournemouth (ENG)
  • Age 23 – 05.11.1997

Talented defender who made a positive impression for the Cymru senior side having progressed through the intermediate ranks and has established himself in the Bournemouth defence.

Joe Rodon

  • Tottenham Hotspur (ENG)
  • Age 23 – 22.10.1997

Imposing and composed defender who can comfortably play the ball out from the back. Impressed for his local club Swansea City in the Championship to earn a move to Tottenham Hotspur and has performed well when he has had his opportunities in the Premier League.

Ben Cabango

  • Swansea City (WAL)
  • Age 21 – 30.05.2000

A young defender who has played exceptionally well for Swansea City in the Championship this season and has been on of their most consistent performers. Came through the intermediate ranks with Cymru and made his senior debut off the bench against Finland last year.

Tom Lockyer

  • Luton Town (ENG)
  • Age 26 – 03.12.1994

A reliable central defender who has impressed since making his international debut under former manager Chris Coleman back in November 2017. Played over 250 games for Bristol Rovers before making the switch to Charlton Athletic and current club Luton Town last year. Also represented Cymru at U21 level. Replaces James Lawrence from the original squad announcement.

Ben Davies

  • Tottenham Hotspur (ENG)
  • Age 28 – 24.04.1993

A veteran of EURO 2016 but frustratingly missed the semi-final against Portugal having picked up two yellow cards. A solid and reliable leader at the back who has evolved into one of the senior figures in the Cymru squad.

Rhys Norrington-Davies

  • Stoke City (ENG)
  • Age 22 – 22.04.1999

Talented full-back who impressed on his Cymru debut away to Bulgaria in the UEFA Nations League last year and provides another option with his versatility and ability to deliver the ball into the area from wide positions.


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Ethan Ampadu

  • Chelsea (ENG)
  • Age 20 – 14.09.2000

Highly-rated and versatile figure and a mature footballer who is comfortable in the centre of midfield or defence. Spent last season on-loan at Sheffield United where he gained valuable senior experience in the Premier League.

Joe Morrell

  • Luton Town (ENG)
  • Age 24 – 03.01.1997

A solid performer in his defensive midfield role who has consistently produced for Cymru since making his international debut and has become a valuable and dependable figure in the squad.

Joe Allen

  • Stoke City (ENG)
  • Age 31 – 14.03.1990

One of the key players for Cymru at EURO 2016 and was named in the team of the tournament. Strong in and out of possession. Recently returned from a long-term injury and offers valuable experience to this young side with his composure and ability on the ball together with his defensive qualities.

Aaron Ramsey

  • Juventus (ITA)
  • Age 30 – 26.12.1990

A world-class talent in midfield and a key figure for his country over the last decade despite being hampered by injury. Missed the EURO 2016 semi-final through suspension and will be desperate to make amends this summer.

Jonny Williams

  • Cardiff City (WAL)
  • Age 27 – 09.10.1993

A hugely-popular figure in the squad who scored his first goal for his country against Bulgaria in the UEFA Nations League last year. Recovered from a long-term injury and will be an exciting option with his ability on the ball in the final third.

Dylan Levitt

  • Manchester United (ENG)
  • Age 20 – 17.11.2000

Highly-rated by the coaching staff at Manchester United and has looked comfortable performing for Cymru when he had his opportunities during the successful UEFA Nations League campaign.

David Brooks

  • AFC Bournemouth (ENG)
  • Age 23 – 08.07.1997

An exciting winger with an impressive goal return from his wide positions. Creative with the pace to test the opposition defence and could be an important player for Cymru this summer with his ability and quality on the ball.

Matthew Smith

  • Manchester City (ENG)
  • Age 21 – 22.11.1999

A talented midfielder who has impressed on a series of loan moves from his parent club over the last three years. Made his international debut in the 0-0 draw against Mexico in 2018 when he came off the bench in the second half.

Rubin Colwill

  • Cardiff City (WAL)
  • Age 19 – 27.04.2002

Talented teenage midfielder who has impressed for his club with his physical maturity and technical quality on the ball. Highly-rated within the Cymru intermediate ranks and has a bright future.

Harry Wilson

  • Liverpool (ENG)
  • Age 24 – 22.03.1997

Enjoyed a successful loan spell at Cardiff City recently having previously impressed for Derby County and Bournemouth. Became the youngest-ever Cymru player when he made his debut at the age of just 16 in 2013 and has now established himself as an important player in the side.


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Gareth Bale

  • Real Madrid (ESP)
  • Age 31 – 16.07.1989

Team captain and headline-maker who is a four-time UEFA Champions League winner with Real Madrid and the all-time leading Cymru goalscorer. Enjoyed a successful loan spell at Tottenham Hotspur and has regained his form and fitness ahead of the tournament.

Kieffer Moore

  • Cardiff City (WAL)
  • Age 28 – 08.08.1992

A late arrival on the international stage but has established himself as the main striker in the team and played a vital role in the qualification campaign with a couple of vital goals. His towering presence offers an alternative option in attack.

Tyler Roberts

  • Leeds United (ENG)
  • Age 22 – 19.01.1999

Versatile forward who can play across the front-line. His pace and energy has made him a popular choice with Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa and he has impressed with his performances for the club in the Premier League. 

Daniel James

  • Manchester United (ENG)
  • Age 23 – 10.11.1997

Exciting and talented winger who made a big impression on his arrival at Old Trafford. Scored his first Cymru goal on his competitive debut in the 1-0 win over Slovakia in Cardiff in 2019 and also scored the only goal in the 1-0 victory over the Czech Republic earlier this year. 

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