Wales

The Wales national rugby union team participates every a year in the Six Nations Championship. Welsh Rugby Union (WRU), was established in 1881 and played their first international against England. In 2005, they have won their very first Grand Slam. Wales became the most popular team in the international rugby world. Their most recent championship win came in 2013.

Wales National Team: at a glance 

Established1881
CaptainAlun Wyn Jones
UnionWelsh Rugby Union
Head coachWarren Gatland
EmblemPrince of Wales’s feathers
Home GroundPrincipality Stadium
Record winWales 98–0 Japan (November 26, 2004)
Biggest lostSouth Africa 96–13 Wales (June 27, 1998)
Grand Slams11 times
Triple Crowns20 times
Wooden Spoons21 times

Wales Six Nations Matches

Round 1

France vs Wales – Feb 1, 8.00 pm at Paris

Round 2

Italy vs Wales – Feb 9, 4.45 pm at Rome

Round 3

Wales vs England – Feb 23, 4.45 pm at Cardiff

Round 4

Scotland vs Wales – Mar 9, 2.15 pm at Edinburgh

Round 5

Wales vs Ireland – Mar 16, 2.45 pm at Cardiff

Wales Full Team Squads

Take a look 39-man squad of the wales rugby union team:

PlayersPlayers
Scott Baldwin (Hooker) Taulupe Faletau (Number 8)
Elliot Dee (Hooker) Ross Moriarty (Number 8)
Ken Owens (Hooker) Aled Davies (Scrum-half)
Rob Evans (Prop) Gareth Davies (Scrum-half)
Tomas Francis (Prop) Rhys Webb (Scrum-half)
Wyn Jones (Prop)Gareth Anscombe (Fly-half)
Samson Lee (Prop)Dan Biggar (Fly-half)
Dillon Lewis (Prop)Rhys Patchell (Fly-half)
Nicky Smith (Prop)Rhys Priestland (Fly-half)
Adam Beard (Lock)Hadleigh Parkes (Centre)
Bradley Davies (Lock)Owen Watkin (Centre)
Seb Davies (Lock)Scott Williams (Centre)
Cory Hill (Lock)Josh Adams (Wing)
Alun Wyn Jones (c) (Lock)Hallam Amos (Wing)
James Davies (Flanker)Alex Cuthbert (Wing)
Ellis Jenkins (Flanker)Steffan Evans (Wing)
Josh Navidi (Flanker)George North (Wing)
Aaron Shingler (Flanker)Leigh Halfpenny (Fullback)
Justin Tipuric (Flanker) Liam Williams (Fullback)