This article lists the results for the Wales during the First and Second World War. During this period no caps were awarded.
|11 October 1919 Victory International||Wales||2–1||England||Cardiff, Wales|
|Report||Puddefoot 77'||Stadium: Ninian Park|
|18 October 1919 Victory International||England||2–0||Wales||Stoke-on-Trent, England|
|Report||Stadium: Victoria Ground|
|11 November 1939 Friendly||Wales||1–1||England||Ninian Park, Cardiff|
|15:00||Pat Glover ?'||Report||?'||Attendance: 28,000|
Referee: S Nicholas (Wales)
|18 November 1939 Friendly||Wales||2–3||England||Racecourse Ground, Wrexham|
|Dai Astley ?', ?'||Report|| ?'
Referee: S McCarthy (Wales)
|13 April 1940 Friendly||England||0–1||Wales||Wembley Stadium, London|
|Report||?' Bryn Jones||Attendance: 40,000|
Referee: A J Jewell (England)
|26 April 1941 Friendly||England||4–1||Wales||City Ground, Nottingham|
|Report||?' Doug Witcomb||Attendance: 13,016|
Referee: G Tedds (England)
|7 June 1941 Friendly||Wales||2–3||England||Ninian Park, Cardiff|
|15:00||Vivian Woodward ?'
Billy James ?'
Referee: A Jones (Wales)
|25 October 1941 Friendly||England||2–1||Wales||St Andrew's, Birmingham|
|Report||?' Idris Hopkins||Attendance: 25,000|
Referee: G S Blackhall (England)
|9 May 1942 Friendly||Wales||1–0||England||Ninian Park, Cardiff|
|15:00||Billy Lucas ?'||Report||Attendance: 33,000|
Referee: W J Gow (England)
|24 October 1942 Friendly||England||1–2||Wales||Molineux, Wolverhampton|
|?'||Report||?', ?' Horace Cumner||Attendance: 25,000|
Referee: Capt. F C Green (England)
|27 February 1943 Friendly||England||5–3||Wales||Wembley Stadium, London|
|Report||?', ?', ?' George Lowrie||Attendance: 75,000|
Referee: G Reader (England)
|8 May 1943 Friendly||Wales||1–1||England||Ninian Park, Cardiff|
|15:00||George Lowrie ?'||Report||?'||Attendance: 25,000|
Referee: T J Warren (Wales)
|25 September 1943 Friendly||England||8–3||Wales||Wembley Stadium, London|
|Report|| ?' Aubrey Powell
?', ?' George Lowrie
Referee: C E Argent (England)
|6 May 1944 Friendly||Wales||0–2||England||Ninian Park, Cardiff|
Referee: E Davies (Wales)
|16 September 1944 Friendly||England||2–2||Wales||Anfield, Liverpool|
|Report|| ?' Don Dearson
?' Billy Lucas
Referee: S Nicholas (Wales)
|5 May 1945 Friendly||Wales||2–3||England||Ninian Park, Cardiff|
|15:00||Horace Cumner ?'
George Edwards ?'
Referee: W T Nash (Wales)
|20 October 1945 BHC|
|England||0–1||Wales||The Hawthorns, West Bromwich|
|Report||?' Aubrey Powell|
|10 November 1945 BHC|
|Scotland||2–0||Wales||Hampden Park, Glasgow|
|William Waddell ?'
Jock Dodds ?'
|4 May 1946 BHC|
|Wales||0–1||Ireland||Ninian Park, Cardiff|
|Report||?' Paddy Sloan|
Other unofficial matchesEdit
|21 September 1891 [a]||Wales||1–1[b]||Canada||Wrexham, Wales|
|16:45||J. Davies||: 8||Buckingham||Stadium: Racecourse Ground|
Referee: James Davies
|12 October 1891||Wales||2–1||Canada||Wrexham, Wales|
|||R. L. Jones
|: 9||Bowman||Stadium: Racecourse Ground|
Referee: R E Lythgoe
|11 May 1935 [c]||The Football League XI||10–2||Wales-Ireland||Liverpool, England|
|: 17||Astley 2||Stadium: Goodison Park|
Referee: A Taylor & G Stephenson[d]
|3 December 1951 [e]||Wales||3–2||Rest of the UK||Cardiff|
|Allchurch 15' 62'
|Stadium: Ninian Park|
|14 May 1956 [f]||Ireland–Wales||3–3||England–Scotland||Dublin, Ireland|
|J P Dunne
|Stadium: Dalymount Park|
Referee: J Scully
|21 July 1969 [g]||Wales||0–1||Rest of the UK||Cardiff|
|Report||Lee 34'||Stadium: Ninian Park|
Referee: B. M. Griffiths
|21 May 2006 [h]||Basque Country||0–1||Wales||Bilbao|
|20:30 CET||Report||Giggs 76'||Stadium: San Mamés|
Referee: Eduardo Iturralde González
- ^ Part of a Canadian tour of the United Kingdom, also involving several players from the United States.
- ^ Canada walked off after disputed Welsh equaliser
- ^ King George V Jubilee Trust Fund
- ^ Trial of two-referee system.: 17
- ^ 75th anniversary of the Football Association of Wales.
- ^ Belgrove F.C. Exhibition match.
- ^ Match to commemorate the investure of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales.
- ^ This is the only match played by any of the Home Nations against any of the Autonomous Communities of Spain.
- Davies, Gareth; Garland, Ian (1991). Who's Who of Welsh International Soccer Players. Bridge Books. ISBN 1-872424-11-2.
- Oliver, Guy (1992). The Guinness Record of World Soccer. Guinness. ISBN 0-85112-954-4.
- ^ Garland (2001), p. 225-232.
- ^ a b England's matches: Unofficial until 1946, England Football Online
- ^ "Wales 2-3 England 5 May 1945". Welsh Football Data Archive. Retrieved 2 June 2011.
- ^ Jose, Colin. "Canadian-American Great Britain Tour, 1891–92". Canadian Soccer History. Retrieved 7 July 2021.
- ^ Football. | Wales V. Canada., South Wales Echo, 22 September 1891, scan via The National Library of Wales
- ^ a b c d e Warsop, Keith, ed. (2002). British and Irish Special and Intermediate Internationals. ISBN 9-781899-468621.
- ^ Wales V. Canada., Carnarvon and Denbigh Herald, 13 October 1891, via The National Library of Wales
- ^ a b England Player Honours - International Representative Teams, England Football Online
- ^ "When Wales faced George Best, Billy Bremner and Jack Charlton for Rest of the UK". BBC Sport. 28 July 2019. Retrieved 2 August 2020.