Wales legend and all time most capped player Neville Southall was also in attendance signing autographs for local children and joining in the celebrations following Wales historic victory against Slovakia.
The unique Fanzone provided hundreds of people with the chance to enjoy the event on a giant screen and take in the festival atmosphere, the fanzone is aimed at families and to ensure local children are inspired by Bale and co. The arena will also provided FREE 3G football pitches and FREE Pool tables for fans.
The fanzone will next be open at 2pm on Thursday when Wales play England followed by the Ukraine v Northern Ireland at 5pm and Germany v Poland at 8pm
Doors open at 1pm and close at 10pm
Peter Griffiths of the Vale Sports Arena said ” We are keen for the community and next generation to sample the unique experience of qualifying for the final stages of a major tournament for the first time since 1958 and aim to provide an opportunity for the community to get behind the national team and join in the celebration and this festival of football whether they are in France or at home”
On the 20th June a giant screen will be available again for supporters for the Wales v Russia game Doors open 2pm