WELSH international football returned to Wrexham this week - and so did the glorious national anthem.

The four-year wait for the Cymru national team's return to the STok Cae Ras was well worth the wait.

Rob Page's side won 4-0 against Gibraltar in the friendly on Wednesday (October 11) with Kieffer Moore (2), Ben Davies and Nathan Broadhead all on the scoresheet.

Wrexham-born Robbie Savage's son - Charlie - earned his first international cap, while fellow Wrexham lads Danny Ward and Neco Williams also starred.

The last fixture played out at Wrexham's home ground before that win was a 1-0 win over Trinidad and Tobago in 2019, with Ben Woodburn scoring a late winner.

And, you could tell that fans were very excited to have their national team back playing football in north Wales.


The national anthem of Wales - 'Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau' - was met with a fantastic reception too by the 10,000-strong crowd.

You can watch the moment it rang out around the STok Cae Ras right here ...

Take a bow Wrecsam, absolutely fantastic!

Next up for Wales now is a EURO qualifier this coming Sunday (October 15) against Croatia at Cardiff City Stadium.