The three Great Britain countries have their own teams. The England, Wales, and Scotland football teams are all different. Most players from all teams play club football in England but all have separate national teams.
--As does Northern Ireland (ie the four UK countries have their own football teams).
The English football league is the dominant league system, followed by Scotland's SPL. Wales focuses more on Rugby, and their best teams play in the English league (currently Cardiff, Swansea and Wrexham) as the Welsh league is not strong enough for them. Northern Ireland has its own league, but the best Northern Irish players usually play in the English or Scottish league, or outside fo the British Isles (though none of its teams play in England).
Wales national football team was created in 1876.
Nothing is in Wales abd England. They do not overlap.
Wales does not yet have any national holidays that are different from those of England, although school Half Term dates are a week earlier than in England.
Wales and England are two different places.
Because Wales and England are two separate countries with separate flags. Wales is not part of England
The Welsh Premier League is the national football (soccer) team of Wales, England. It was originally known as the League of Wales. The name change occurred in 2002.
England is not part of Wales. England and Wales are two different countries, but they are both within the United Kingdom.
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first of all Wales is a different country to England and yes there are Edwards is one of the most popular surnames in Wales (which is NOT in England!)
The stadium is located in Cardiff, Wales. It is used for the Wales national rugby team. The stadium is also often used by the Wales National Football Team.
Soccer started as a form of football played at schools in England. Different schools played by different rules until they were codified into the Laws of the Game. This marked the birth of Association Football (soccer). Later, the IFAB was created as the conservator of the Laws (because different national associations, specifically England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, played by differing rules by that time), and later FIFA became the governing body for International soccer.
Wales and England are separate countries but they are both part of the United Kingdom.
Scotland has the Thistle, England the Lion or Rose, Wales the Dragon or Leek.
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The border between England and Wales passes through Chester City's Deva Stadium ground.
Mark Waygood has written: 'A comparative investigation into violence in English and Welsh Rugby Union Football' -- subject(s): VIOLENCE in sports -- rugby football -- England and Wales -- comparisons, Rugby football -- violence -- England and Wales -- comparisons
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About the size of Wales?
We don't really have a national identity. We are generally patriotic and support our national teams in sports. In football (soccer) liking England tends to go with a dislike of Germany, and in cricket there is a fierce rivalry with Australia. With rugby football, England often competes with Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Many English people consider themselves to be British rather than English - or see them as almost the same thing.
Ireland is a different island.
Scotland - thistle and rampant lion. Wales - leek, daffodil and dragon. England - red rose, three lions en passant.
The rose is the national flower of England. Scotland has the thistle and Wales has the daffodil as their national flowers.
There are no mountain ranges in London England, it is a city. What mountains there are in England are not too grand and are predominently in the north of the country. England, Wales and Ireland have their own minimum height requirement for mountains. http://www.walkingenglishman.com/mountains.html lists all the mountains in England from the minimum classification mountain height of 2001 feet or 610 Mtrs. Under the same classification Wales has Snowdonia national park. In Scotland there are the Cairngorms, but the minimum height classification is different from that of England and Wales.
The tenant of Millennium Stadium is Wales national football team.