Welsh International goal scorer Kieffer Moore pictured with his favourite Hairbond Shaper Professional Hair Toffee.
Kieffer Moore plays for Premier League side AFC Bournemouth.
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Wales has entered every World Cup since 1950, but to date has only qualified twice to go through to the group stages, first back in 1958 and now 2022.
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Kieffer Moore Welsh International
Moore was eligible for the Wales national team through his paternal grandfather, who hailed from Llanrug.
Initially, the Chinese Football Association had tried to get contact with the hope to get Moore into the Chinese team, using the Chinese ancestry of his maternal great-grandfather, who hailed from Guangdong before migrating to Liverpool in the 1940s.
Moore later arrived at Beijing to discuss the matter in 2019 but the move failed to materialise.
He received his first call-up to a Welsh national team training squad in 2019. By October, Moore had scored his first international goal for the Wales national team in a UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying match against Slovakia.
Moore scored in each of his first three away internationals, with further goals in a 2–0 win over Azerbaijan on 16 November 2019 and the winner in a 1–0 win over Finland on 3 September 2020. Moore scored again against Finland on 18 November 2018, this time in a 3–1 victory in Cardiff in another Euro qualifier.
In May 2021, Moore was named in Wales’ squad for the Euro 2020 tournament. On 12 June 2021, Moore scored the equaliser in Wales’ opening Euro 2020 group match versus Switzerland, earning Wales a 1–1 draw.