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  1. Wales play Portugal for a place in the final of Euro 2016, with the match kicking off in Lyon, France, at 20:00 BST
  2. Fan zones in Lyon, in Cardiff's Principality Stadium and around Wales are expected to attract thousands of people
  3. Listen to live commentary on BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio Cymru
  4. Get involved by sending your pictures and videos to or @BBCWalesNews on Twitter and Facebook at BBC Wales News

Live Reporting

By Sophie Gidley, Gemma Ryall and Natalie Crockett

All times stated are UK

Goodbye and good luck

Well that's it from us in news, but we leave you in the capable hands of our colleagues in sport who have all the live action from the game here.

There's just one more thing for us to say. C'MON WALES!!!!!

Wales fans in Cardiff
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Here's the Wales team

Let the magic continue - Lineker

Elis James on top form...

...let's hope the same goes for Wales tonight!

'Good Luck'

Students at Ysgol David Hughes on Anglesey say Pob Lwc - good luck in Welsh.

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Can you believe it?

Barking mad for Wales

Even Don the Staffordshire bull terrier from Llantwit Fadre, Rhondda Cynon Taff, is getting into the spirit. 

We're told he's more excited than he looks.

Don the Staffordshire bull terrier in a Wales scarf

Fans looking for tickets in Lyon

Max Evans

BBC Wales reporter

A lot of Wales fans arrived without a ticket and they were still changing hands in Lyon this evening.undefined


A special day for Welsh commentator

It's a big day for BBC Wales football correspondent Rob Phillips in more ways than one, tweets one former Wales player

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Fans enjoy the Aberystwyth fan zone

Aberystwyth fan zone
Aberystwyth fan zone
Aberystwyth fan zone

Time for some 'iechyd da'

French and German fans try out a few Welsh phrases

Fan's money on a Bale goal

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

Some have got their game faces on

Cousins Faye de Frias' and Ryan Crockett's pride in Wales is written all over their faces... 

Faye de Frias from Cardiff
Faye de Frias
Ryan Crockett
Ryan Crockett

Eiffel Tower lit up for Wales

Fan's three day journey Lyon

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

'It means Wales are going to win tonight'

John Humphrys' Welsh is put to the test on Radio 4's Today programme

Wales fans know how to keep cool

How do Wales fans keep their drinks cold in Lyon?

They carry a fridge, that's how. 

BBC Wales' Max Evans saw these boys earlier.

Wales fans carrying a fridge

Pupils' excitement at Coleman's old school

BBC Wales' Ben Price tweets

Wales unites in song

Trains, planes, automobiles... and dragons

BBC Wales reporter Max Evans tweets

Wales 'ready to do this'

Fans in Rhyl, Denbighshire, are confident their team will triumph tonight.

fans in Rhyl
Welsh flags in Rhyl
Wales fans in Rhyl

Feeling confident?

Comedian Rhod Gilbert wishes the team good luck

'I love Wales'

Pupils at Pengam Primary in Caerphilly spell out "I love Wales" on their playground and say they are proud to support their home nation in their historic match against Portugal.

Pengam Primary School pupils spell out 'I love Wales'
Pengam Primary School/Twitter

Wales not the only ones playing football

Rob Brydon sends his support

The comedian records a message for Wales

Wales support gets bigger and bigger

Wales team take to the pitch

The BBC's John Murray tweets

Big screen ready at the Cardiff fan zone

Principality Stadium

Cardiff's Principality Stadium is hosting 27,500 fans who obtained tickets to watch the game on a big screen.

Principality Stadium

A new Welsh anthem?

School children in the Vale of Glamorgan have taken their support for Wales to the next level by writing their own song for the team.

Year 5 pupils at St Athan Primary School spent the last two weeks putting together the anthem, called Great Welsh Dragon.

You can listen to it here.

St Athan Primary School Year 5
St Athan Primary School

The Welsh invasion of Lyon

BBC Wales' Gareth Lewis tweets

The Barry Horns get the party started

The band played live on BBC Radio Wales from Lyon, tweets the BBC's Laura Lea

Enter the dragon(s)

BBC Wales correspondent Hywel Griffith tweets from Lyon

'An emotional day' for Speed's dad

Gary Speed
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The father of the late Wales manager Gary Speed has said today is "emotional" for his family.

Roger Speed was greeted in Lyon by Wales fans chanting his name ahead of the Euro 2016 semi-final with Portugal.

Mr Speed said: "I'm very, very proud. I know all the lads and they think about him [Gary Speed] all the time - let's do it for Speedo!"

Read more here.

Roger Speed with Chris Coleman
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Portugal, Wales are coming for you...

Football Association of Wales tweets

Two little Royal supporters

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall were given Wales kits for Prince George and Princess Charlotte while they visited the Pontypridd lido in Rhondda Cynon Taff.

Prince Charles also sent a message to the team, saying: "Throughout the whole championship, you have set an inspiring example of teamwork and sportsmanship and I have no doubt that in this latest game you will continue to give your country even greater cause for pride."  

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall
@RCTCouncil / Twitter

Support from Bale's town

Ysgol y Berwyn pupils
Ysgol y Berwyn

School pupils from Ysgol y Berwyn are backing the boys from their home town of Bala - or Bale as it has now become.

The north Wales town has temporarily changed its name in honour of Wales star Gareth Bale - who actually hails from Whitchurch in Cardiff.

Red hot in Lyon

Wales fans are out in force and are making the most of the sunny weather ahead of the game

Wales fans in Lyon
Wales fans in Lyon

Catherine Zeta-Jones sends an 'oggy'

A sea of red

Wales fans in Lyon
Huw Williams

With two hours to kick-off, Lyon has turned red, with Welsh fans soaking up the atmosphere on the streets.

Wales fans in Lyon
Huw Williams

Are you ready?

Bonjour, hello and welcome to our live page as Wales fans get ready for the biggest game in Welsh sport.

Fans will be cheering on the team as they take on Portugal in the semi-final of Euro 2016 in Lyon, France.

We'd like to know how you're getting ready to support your team, so email your pictures to, tweet us @BBCWalesNews or contact us on Facebook at the BBC Wales News page.  

Members of the Wales team