CALLING all Wales football fans!

Help is being sought to find a flag, which was lost in Denmark over the weekend.

Supporters from Corwen were among the throngs of Wales fans in Aarhus on Sunday to cheer on Ryan Giggs' side in their UEFA Nations League match against Denmark.

While Wales were beaten 2-0, there was further disappointment for Ian Evans, from Corwen, who lost a much-loved flag.

Mr Evans said on Tuesday: "It came back to the bus, but from there I am not sure – it gets a bit hazy.

"It was the first time we have taken it out and we are gutted."

The flag contains an image of Wales striker Harry Wilson, who himself hails from Corwen.

It includes the words 'Made in Corwen' and 'Born to play for Wales'.

"I have created it myself and Harry's my nephew," added Mr Evans.

In spite of everything, he said: "It was a very, very good trip – it was a cracker.

"It was a disappointing result, but it [Aarhus] is a lovely city.

"We hope to get it (the flag) back to go to Dublin and then we are going out to Albania in November."

The flag was in a orange Fjallraven rucksack.

Anyone who was staying at the Zleep Hotel in Copenhagen is asked to get in touch with Mr Evans if they have you seen the bag or the flag.

Anybody with information can e-mail

Alternatively, people can message @iananthonyevans on Twitter with details.