Wales celebrate Dragons' homecoming after extraordinary Euro 2016 run

Fans cheer as they line Westgate Street to welcome the Wales team home following their exit from the Euro 2016 championships, on July 8, 2016 in Cardiff, Wales. Wales' fairytale run ended on Wednesday after they were beaten 2-0 by Portugal in their Euro 2016 semi-final match . Getty

Westgate Street, Cardiff was filled to the brim with fans who welcomed the Wales team home following their exit from the Euro 2016. Getty Images

The Welsh team walk out of Cardiff Castle and are welcomed home by fans following their exit from the Euro 2016 championships, on July 8, 2016 in Cardiff, Wales. Wales' fairytale run ended on Wednesday after they were beaten 2-0 by Portugal in their Euro 2016 semi-final match . Getty

The Welsh team walk to Cardiff Castle and start their open top bus parade on their return home. Getty Images

Wales players arrive at the Cardiff City Stadium on an open top bus on July 8, 2016 in Cardiff, Wales. The players toured the streets of Cardiff in an open top bus before arriving at the Cardiff City Stadium for an after party for which 33,000 tickets were sold. Wales historic run in Euro 2016 saw them reach the semi-finals, before being knocked out 2-0 by Portugal at Stade de Lyon in France. Getty

30,000 people were at the Cardiff Stadium to greet the returning Welsh team. Getty Images

Wales' Gareth Bale applauds the crowd during a ceremony at the Cardiff City Stadium on July 8, 2016 in Cardiff, Wales. The players toured the streets of Cardiff in an open top bus before arriving at the Cardiff City Stadium for an after party for which 33,000 tickets have been sold. Wales historic run in Euro 2016 saw them reach the semi-finals, before being knocked out 2-0 by Portugal at Stade de Lyon in France. Getty

Cardiff Airport was renamed Cardiff Bale Airport for a day in honour of Real Madrid attacker Gareth Bale. Getty Images

The Wales Football squad head down St Mary's street on their bus parade around Cardiff on their EURO 2016 homecoming tour on July 8, 2016 in Cardiff, Wales. Getty

Wales' Euro 2016 homecoming tour went through St.Mary's street on its way around Cardiff. Getty Images


Updated Date: Jul 09, 2016 13:35 PM

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