Wales U15 Boys and Girls enjoy cultural visits to St Malo and Cardiff with Brittany counterparts
Women and Girls
22 February 2017

Wales U15 Boys and Girls enjoy cultural visits to St Malo and Cardiff with Brittany counterparts

They're learning lots on and off the pitch



Day two of our Wales U15 cultural exchange with Brittany has seen our boys and girls squad join their counterparts on visits to St Malo and Cardiff.



The boys, who are in Brittany, under the tutelage of Technical Director Osian Roberts and Head of Player Development Richard Williams, spent the day in St Malo, with their opponents who they will face in St Brieuc tomorrow.

They visited the beach, the town centre and areas of local interest after presenting Wales assistant manager Roberts a cake for his birthday.



Meanwhile the girls team, led by Matt Clement and Kat Lovett, spent the day in Cardiff, enjoying the City Sightseeing tour and the Principality Stadium at the same time as tomorrow's opponents, who they will face at Dragon Park.



The cultural exchange was announced during Wales' stay in Brittany during Euro 2016 and FAW Trust CEO Neil Ward said: "The Brittany exchange gives us a great opportunity to offer our young players a broader education on and off the pitch."

The U16 girls will kick off at Dragon Park, Newport, at 4pm on Thursday, while the U16 boys will kick off at 4pm (French time) at the Centre Technique Bretagne, in St Brieuc.

Wales U15 Boys and Girls enjoy cultural visits to St Malo and Cardiff with Brittany counterparts
Wales U15 Boys and Girls enjoy cultural visits to St Malo and Cardiff with Brittany counterparts
Wales U15 Boys and Girls enjoy cultural visits to St Malo and Cardiff with Brittany counterparts
Wales U15 Boys and Girls enjoy cultural visits to St Malo and Cardiff with Brittany counterparts