Rob Page has signed a four-year deal with the Welsh manager, the World Cup team announced on Tuesday.
Paige took over the role on an interim basis after Ryan Giggs went on leave in November over a domestic violence allegation, leading the team to the World Cup through the European playoffs. since 1958.
Giggs resigned permanently in June and is awaiting a retrial after the jury was unable to reach a verdict at the initial trial in early September.
Paige’s deal with the Welsh Football Association sees him lead the team in the qualifying campaigns for the 2024 European Championship and the 2026 World Cup.
He previously coached the Welsh U21s before becoming a senior set-up assistant.
“There is no greater honor than coaching a national team and I can’t wait for the next four years, starting with the first World Cup in 64 years,” Page said.
“This is an exciting time for Welsh football and we hope to continue our success in November by making the country proud and qualifying for future major tournaments.”
Wales are in Group B of the World Cup and will face England, USA and Iran.