Euro 2016 buzz gets children in Wales falling in love with football
27 June 2016

Euro 2016 buzz gets children in Wales falling in love with football

You've been sharing your celebratory snaps on social media


Wales' historic 1-0 win over Northern Ireland caught the attention of the football world and en entire generation of young Welsh fans.
With a quarter final clash against Belgium looming in Lille on Friday night, fans young and old are still rejoicing.
Moments after the final whistle, Welsh hero Gareth Bale was pictured celebrating on the pitch with his daughter Alba Violet, in scenes that were mirrored in living rooms up and down the land.

We took to social media to ask for your joyous family snaps taken at the final whistle.
And we were inundated as delighted parents were happy to oblige.

Here are the best of the pictures and videos we received...

Our Facebook friend Simon Pridham and his daughter were singing together once Wales had won.


Here's how Jamie Sherwood's football mad two-year-old daughter Bella celebrated the win.


Little Rhys Rogers just wanted to kick the ball in his Wales kit once the quarter final place was secured.


Meanwhile, the Catton family were proudly celebrating in sunny Spain.


If you have pictures of your family celebrations that you want to share, please click here to pass them on to us

Here are some more excited young fans...







Wales' next game is the quarter final clash against Belgium in Lille and as it's an 8pm (UK time) kick off this time, there will be thousands of youngsters across the land pleading with their parents to let them stay up late.





While thousands of Welsh fans are heading to northern France on Friday, thousands, maybe even millions more, will be making plans to watch it at home, in fan zones or in pubs and clubs from Barry to Bala.





After Northern Ireland and England's exit at the second round stage, Chris Coleman's team are now the last British side standing in Euro 2016, so maybe we can count on some support across the Severn Bridge and the Irish Sea.
Whatever happens on Friday night, the Welsh football team have done us all proud and have guaranteed a new generation of youngsters have fallen in love with football.




If you have pictures of your family celebrations that you want to share, please click here to pass them on to us

Euro 2016 buzz gets children in Wales falling in love with football
Euro 2016 buzz gets children in Wales falling in love with football
Euro 2016 buzz gets children in Wales falling in love with football
Euro 2016 buzz gets children in Wales falling in love with football
Euro 2016 buzz gets children in Wales falling in love with football
Euro 2016 buzz gets children in Wales falling in love with football
Euro 2016 buzz gets children in Wales falling in love with football
Euro 2016 buzz gets children in Wales falling in love with football