Graffiti stencils of Wales’ football stars have popped up across the nation this week.

The national side play Ukraine on Sunday with the winners heading to November's World Cup in Qatar and in the build images of some of the Welsh stars have been sprayed on to pavements outside their old schools.

A total of 12 red portraits have been painted, including of Gareth Bale who has been named an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours, outside Whitchurch High School in Cardiff, Aaron Ramsey outside Ysgol Cwm Rhymni in Blackwood, Joe Allen in Ysgol y Preseli in Crymych, and manager Rob Page, outside his old stomping ground, Ferndale Community School, in the Rhondda Valley.

Two have also appeared over the border, outside King Edward VI Community College in Totnes, Devon, and South Hunsley High School in Hull, where Kieffer Moore and Dan James attended secondary school respectively.

The portraits have been commissioned by S4C which is showing all of Wales' June fixtures, which included three fixtures in the Nations League - that started with last night's defeat in Poland - and the crucial play-off final on Sunday.

Supporters are being encouraged to take their photos with the graffiti and use the hashtags #YLlawrGoch – The Red Floor.

You can find the murals at:

Aaron Ramsey – Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni

Ben Davies – Ysgol Gyfun Ystalyfera

Connor Roberts –  Llangatwg Community School

Dan James – South Hunsley High School

Danny Ward – Hawarden High School

Gareth Bale – Whitchurch High School

Harry Wilson –  Ysgol Dinas Brân

Joe Allen – Ysgol Y Preseli

Joe Rodon – Pontarddulais Comprehensive School

Kieffer Moore – King Edward VI Community College

Neco Williams – Ysgol Rhiwabon

Rob Page – Ysgol Gymuned Ferndale