Wales's last experience of a European Championship five years ago was as close to a fairytale as you can get. It was a dream summer for Chris Coleman's side who, roared on by an army of travelling fans, made it to the semi-finals before losing to eventual winners Portugal.
Former defender Ashley Williams, who played throughout the tournament and scored in the quarter-final win over Belgium, still looks back fondly on Euro 2016. "All throughout the Euros, it was like being away with your mates," says Williams, who will be working with the BBC as a pundit during the Euros. "It was like a summer camp, literally.
We enjoyed the downtime as much as we did [time] on the pitch, and I think that showed with what everyone saw and the togetherness of.Read more on msn.com