With over 300 caps and 70 international goals between them, the FansBet Star Sixes boasts a star-studded Wales team.
After the success of the inaugural event in 2017, the six-a-side tournament will be back from 4-6 January at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro, and the Wales side is stacked with quality.
Bellamy accumulated 78 caps for Wales in a 15-year international career, scoring an impressive 19 times to ensure he is regarded as one of the finest strikers the country has ever produced.
At club level, he represented the likes of Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, Liverpool and Manchester City, scoring more than 80 Premier League goals.
Voted the PFA Young Player of the Year in 2002, Bellamy, with his searing pace and lethal finishing, remained one of the most feared strikers in the English top flight for the best part of a decade.
Swansea native Saunders began his career with the Swans, before his prolific form through spells with Brighton & Hove Albion, Oxford United and Derby County earned him moves to Liverpool and then Aston Villa in the early 1990s.
When the Premier League was formed in 1992, Saunders was one of the nascent division’s early stars, helping Villa emerge as title contenders in 1992/93, eventually finishing runners-up to Giggs’ United.
On the international stage, Saunders scored 22 times in 75 games between 1989 and 2001, making him the highest scorer on show at the Star Sixes in Welsh red.
Famously the only player to notch hat-tricks in the Premier League, all three Football League divisions, the FA Cup, League Cup and at international level, Earnshaw certainly knew how to find the net during his 17-year playing career.
The diminutive, speedy striker represented Cardiff City, West Bromwich Albion and Norwich City, among others, before hanging up his boots in 2015 after a spell in MLS.
Capped 24 times and twice a scorer for the Dragons, at 30, recent retiree Cotterill is the second-youngest player lining up for Wales at the Star Sixes.
The winger turned out at Premier League level for Wigan Athletic early in his career, before later representing Birmingham City more than 100 times.
A West Ham United regular while still a teen, midfielder Collison played over 100 games for the Hammers – where he is currently coach of the under-16 team – later moving on to Bournemouth, Wigan and Peterborough United.
Still only 30, Collison was forced to retire through injury in 2016, but not before amassing 15 senior caps for Wales.
A product of the Wolverhampton Wanderers academy, versatile forward Easter made his start in league football with Hartlepool United, before later enjoying successful spells with Milton Keynes Dons, Crystal Palace and Bristol Rovers.
Easter retired in 2017 with 420 league appearances under his belt and a healthy return of 92 goals, in addition to 12 caps for Wales.
As standout defensive stalwart at Cardiff in the early 2000s, Gabbidon was snapped up by West Ham in 2005.
The Welshman represented the Hammers in their 2006 FA Cup final defeat to Liverpool, a thrilling 3-3 draw which saw the Reds prevail in penalties at the Millenium Stadium, and made 137 Premier League appearances across stints with West Ham, Queens Park Rangers and Crystal Palace.
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Powerful midfielder Tudur Jones got his big break in the Football League when Swansea snapped him up from Bangor City in 2005.
He played 56 times for the Swans but is perhaps best remembered for his time in Scottish football, representing Inverness Caledonian Thistle, Hibernian and Falkirk.
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