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Have you seen the giant bucket hat?

A MASSIVE bucket hat has arrived in Wrexham in anticipation of Wales’ World Cup matches later this month.

Wales will compete in the World Cup for the first time since 1958 in Qatar in 2022.

On Monday, November 21, Rob Page’s team will face the United States in Group B. (7pm kick-off).

Wrexham Museum is now showing its support for the national team with a range of activities and exhibitions.

If you’ve recently visited the site, you’ve probably seen the interesting ‘Shirt Stories’ display, which explores the history of Welsh football via chosen shirts.

This includes a jersey worn by Mel Charles at the 1958 World Cup and another worn by Cefn Mawr’s own Neco Williams during the 2022 tournament qualifying.

In addition, during the weekend, the museum organised its inaugural World Cup Sticker Swap Shop.

A gigantic bucket hat now rests proudly outside the arena, completing a fantastic hat-trick of World Cup festivities.

The yellow, green, and red hat is a homage to those worn by Wales fans, which have grown instantly recognisable over the years and will no doubt be seen in Qatar as well.

Tim Williams of the ‘Spirit of 58’ brand and shop on Bala High Street created the first bucket hat design.

Snap down to the museum on Regent Street as soon as possible to get a picture with the hat before it’s gone!

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