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Cymru Wristbands

Show your support to Robert Page and the Cymru Team and make a difference too, by buying one of our limited-edition wristbands. Let’s tackle cancer together. Together stronger!

Cymru Manager, Robert Page said: “We’ve launched a limited-edition Cymru wristband ahead of this summer’s tournament.

Our Cymru fans and Y Wal Goch are known for their fantastic support and we really appreciate those who will be purchasing our charity wristbands and helping further Tenovus Cancer Care’s vital work.”

These specially designed fabric home and away wristbands, which feature the Cymru badge, Gorau Chwarae Cyd Chwarae and our Tenovus Cancer Care logo, are now available to buy.

The limited-edition wristbands are available for a £1 charitable donation and you can get your hands on them by visiting:

  • one of our 38 Tenovus Cancer Care shops
  • one of 175 local Co-op stores across Wales
  • or visiting our Tenovus Cancer Care eBay shop – click here for Home bands and here for Away bands (limited availability so be quick!)

Why not host a fundraising event during the tournament for Tenovus Cancer Care?

We rely on fundraising and donations to provide essential care and support for cancer patients and their loved ones, where and when they need us most.

Get involved with our Euros Sweepstake or join us as we Wear Red for Cymru on Wednesday 16th of June when Wales take on Turkey in the Euros.

Click here to find out more.

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