Bellamy is the third most-capped player in Welsh history and will win his 77th cap against Macedonia in Friday's qualifier.
This is the last week of my Wales career, I will not play in November.
To play 70-odd times has been the best, even with the disappointments, the lows and the times I did not want to play again, because defeats can do that to you.
But to have the honour of going out and singing the anthem 70-odd times...it's different, it's the best and I hope I get the chance to do it on Friday and again on Tuesday.
I am just grateful for every game I have been lucky enough to play for my country and I really mean that.
It's an honour to play for your country at any level and in any sport. When you get the opportunity to do it 70-odd times it is hard to let go.
I can't tell you how I will feel playing my final home game on Friday. The emotion of it will probably hit me more later on, when I am watching the team, but I have to do what is best for the national team and this group of players are the future.
The Western Mail and South Wales Echo are reporting that Cardiff City and Wales forward Craig Bellamy "is emerging as a genuine contender" to be the national team's next manager, with Chris Coleman's future in doubt.
The 34-year-old is due to play his last games for Wales as the World Cup qualifiers draw to a close this month, and could also retire from club football at the end of the season.
He has been a substitute in Cardiff's last two Premier League games.
Bellamy has spoken of wanting to get into management one day, and has passed his full A coaching licence with the FAW.
The papers are speculating he could work in tandem with Raymond Verheijen, the outspoken Dutchman who was Gary Speed's assistant.
Wales' current manager, Chris Coleman, revealed he is considering his future in the job last week, with a contract extension previously agreed, but remaining unsigned.
Chris Coleman has named his 23-man squad for Wales' match against Mexico at the end of the month. It's the first time the Wales manager has taken charge of picking the squad. Although already appointed, he decided to take a back seat for the Gary Speed Memorial match against Costa Rica in February.
Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy, 32, is included, a sign that he may continue his Wales career into the 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign. He'd previously admitted he was considering his international future after Speed's death.
Wales face Mexico in New Jersey, USA on 27 May, before qualifying begins in September, against Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Wales squad to face Mexico:
J Brown, L Price, R Taylor; D Blake, N Eardley, C Gunter, A Matthews, S Ricketts, N Taylor, A Williams; J Allen, A Crofts, D Edwards, A King, J Ledley, A Ramsey, D Vaughan; G Bale, C Bellamy, S Church, S Morrison, H Robson-Kanu, S Vokes