The Wales national rugby team is one of the most successful and respected teams in the world. Based in Cardiff, Wales, the team has a long and storied history in the sport of rugby union. The Wales national team was founded in 1881, and has been a member of the International Rugby Board (now known as World Rugby) since its inception in 1886. The team has enjoyed a great deal of success over the years, winning the Grand Slam (winning all their matches in the Six Nations Championship) a total of ten times, and reaching the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup on three occasions. The Wales national team is known for its physical and aggressive style of play, and is known for producing some of the best players in the world. Some of the most famous players to have represented Wales include Gareth Edwards, JPR Williams, and Phil Bennett, all of whom are considered among the all-time greats of the game. The Wales national team plays its home matches at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, which is also known as the Millennium Stadium. The stadium has a seating capacity of over 74,500 and is considered one of the best rugby venues in the world. In recent years, the Wales national team has continued to enjoy a great deal of success on the international stage. The team has consistently ranked in the top ten of the World Rugby Rankings, and has won the Six Nations Championship three times in the past decade. With a rich history and a bright future ahead, the Wales national rugby team is an integral part of Welsh sporting culture and is sure to continue to be a force to be reckoned with on the international stage for years to come.