Wales Women’s team show their support for the campaign prior to the fixture against England
The squad posed for a team photo prior to their last training session at the Cardiff City stadium ahead of their crucial qualification match against England.
The photo will be turned into a SRtRC poster and will be provided to thousands of young people across Wales.
Natasha Harding and Sophie Ingle who have both been invovled with the campaign at our previous Sporting Legends match and School Competition Awards Ceremony showed their support holding up a SRtRC Red Cards along with Team manager Jarmo Matikainen.
Wales play England in a crucial qualification match at the Cardiff City Stadium tonight.
The stakes are high. England needs just one point from the final two games to secure top spot and an automatic place in the finals in Canada next summer (2015). If they don't get them against Wales, their final match is against bottom of the table Montenegro.
For Jarmo Matikainen's team, the potential road to Canada may have a few more twists and turns yet. The best four teams coming second in their respective groups will go-into two-legged play-off's in the autumn. The two winners of those matches will then meet in two final play-off games to decide the extra European place at the Canada finals.
The last game for Wales in the qualifying group is away to the Ukraine, a side in third place in the group, but with a game in hand over Wales (against Turkey) that could see the match in September as a 'winner-takes-all' clash for one of those play-off slots.
At the media conference to announce the squad, manager Jarmo said: "It's important that the players play the match, not the occasion. We will prepare in exactly the same way as we always have."
"England are one of the best sides in the world and we respect that, but we are doing well and our fate is still in our own hands. England will probably win the group, as they only need a point from these last two games, and their final game is against Montenegro who have yet to gain a point."
"Whatever happens against England - the final game against the Ukraine - will be decisive. Second spot in our group should be good enough for a place in the autumn play-off's."
"We are looking to break the record for attendance at a women's game in Wales. Support during the whole qualifying campaign around Wales has been great and there seems to be an appetite for the game."
For the game, Wales welcomes-back captain and SRtRC Patron Jess Fishlock, who missed the recent friendly match with Scotland because of club commitments
Tickets can be purchased in advance from Cardiff City or on the night. Adults £5, juveniles and senior citizens £2.
SRtRC Team Wales would like to wish the squad good luck for the match and thank them for their support towards the campaign.