Rugby's greatest prize, the Webb Ellis Trophy, has arrived in north Wales to kick off its ten day tour.
In the countdown to the Tournament, which brings eight matches including Wales’ pool games against Uruguay and Fiji to the Millennium Stadium, people all over Wales can mark their calendars with an exciting range of free-to-enter Trophy Tour events.
Local school children and members of the public have been invited to attend its arrival in Llanberis ahead of its trip to the summit of Mount Snowdon.
From Wales’ biggest mountain, the Trophy will take on its journey around the country with a stop at Zipworld with the WRU Street Rugby team and Colwyn Bay’s Parc Eirias for a festival to celebrate Women and Girls Rugby.
Carl Edwards visits the Dogs Trust Bridgend to meet Frank Lampawd, Didier Dogba, Furnandinho, Muttersacker and Cristiano Ronaldog - five terrier puppies named after footballers.
Almost 4 billion people will be tuned to the World Cup over the next few weeks.
Wales - of course aren't in the competition - but there's always England to support...
Tom Sheldrick went out to find out how excited people in Wales are for what's known as the greatest show on Earth.
Pubs in Wales will now be allowed to stay open later during the World Cup, after a U-turn by the Home Office.
The Home Secretary announced in March that licensing hours could be extended across England to allow them to screen the team's opening game against Italy, which kicks off at 11pm on June 14.
England's two other group matches against Uruguay and Costa Rica kick off at 8pm and 5pm respectively, but if the team reach the knockout stages with 9pm kick-offs, the relaxation could come into play again in the event of extra time.
An amendment by the UK Government means pubs in Wales will now be able to do the same.
Interested pubs will need to apply for a free Temporary Event Notice
The world's most expensive player Gareth Bale will not start against Serbia tonight but could come on as substitute if he is fit.
The Real Madrid star remains a doubt for the World Cup qualifier, despite taking a full part in training, hours after a scan on a groin strain.
Chris Coleman also has to decide who to name as Captain with Ashley Williams suspended.
Wales will face Croatia in the World Cup qualifier at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea tonight.
The squad need to win to keep their hopes of qualifying alive.
Yesterday Chris Coleman announced that midfielder Owain Tudor Jones will replace the suspended Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey. Ramsey was sent-off during the 2-1 win over Scotland.
Kick off will be at 19.45pm.
- Goalkeepers: Boaz Myhill, Lewis Price, Owain Fon Williams
- Defenders: James Collins, Ben Davies, Chris Gunter, Joel Lynch, Ashley Richards, Sam Ricketts, Ashley Williams
- Midfielders: Joe Allen, Jack Collison, Andy King, Joe Ledley, Aaron Ramsey, Daiv Vaughan, Jonathan Williams
- Forwards: Gareth Bale, Craig Bellamy, Simon Church, Steve Morison, Hal Robson-Kanu, Sam Vokes
Chris Coleman has included midfielder Jonathan Williams in a near full-strength Wales squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Scotland and Croatia.
The 19-year-old midfielder has quickly become a much talked-about young talent in the Championship and even been linked with a move to Premier League holders Manchester City.
Captain Ashley Williams, Aaron Ramsey, Gareth Bale and Craig Bellamy are the leading names in a 23-man squad for the games at the end of the month.