READ: Wales won’t be heading to the 2018 World Cup after losing to Republic of Ireland


WALES won’t be heading to the 2018 World Cup, after losing to the Republic of Ireland in the qualifiers. 

The final score at the match in Cardiff was 0-1 to the Republic of Ireland, with James McClean scoring the winning goal.

Following the result, Wales manager Chris Coleman, said he’s undecided about his future at the club. He added: “The whole nation will be mourning and disappointed.”

Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will now be in the play-offs.

England has qualified automatically, but Scotland also failed to get through.

The World Cup

  • The 2018 World Cup will be hosted by Russia.
  • It will take place between 14 June – 15 July 2018.
  • The tournament will consist of 32 teams.

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