With 2020 having drawn to its conclusion, we turn our attention to 2021 and look at five burning football questions that are set to be answered within the next 12 months.
Wales welcome Finland to the Cardiff City Stadium in a massive UEFA Nations League showdown as both teams look to claim promotion to League A.
With promotion to UEFA Nations League A at stake, Wales face a tough test as they welcome Republic of Ireland to the Cardiff City Stadium in League B4.
Scotland have ended a 23 year wait to qualify for a major tournament as the finalised groups for UEFA Euro 2020 next summer was confirmed.
Wales welcome USA to Liberty Stadium, Swansea in the first international friendly between these two teams since 2003.
Gareth Bale returns from injury as Interim Wales Manager, Rob Page has named a 29-man squad for this month’s international fixtures against USA, Republic of Ireland and Finland.
Wales look to move closer towards securing promotion from UEFA Nations League B as they visit Bulgaria at Vasil Levski National Stadium in Sofia.
Republic of Ireland welcome Wales to the Aviva Stadium in a blockbuster Nations League B4 clash, as the hosts look to rescue their fading promotion hopes with a win.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Conor Coady and Danny Ings all netted maiden senior goals as England delivered a three goal thrashing of Wales at Wembley Stadium in a friendly.
Wales look to make it two wins from two as they welcome Bulgaria to the Cardiff City Stadium in a tasty looking tie between two teams looking for promotion.
Wales kick off their 2020 UEFA Nations League Group B4 campaign as they visit Finland in their opening clash at Helsinki Olympic Stadium.
Liverpool’s Neco Williams and Ben Cabango of Swansea have received their first senior international call-ups by Ryan Giggs for Wales’ UEFA Nations League games next month.
England, Scotland plus the other home nations have discovered their opposition for next season’s UEFA Nations League.
Wales head to Azerbaijan looking for the first of two decisive wins as they look to escape Group E and qualify for next summer”s Euros.
Wales welcome Croatia to the Cardiff City Stadium in a crunch Group E Euro 2020 qualifying clash.