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Posted 18th March 2017, 08:45 in
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U-17 Elite Round In The Midlands

Italy, Poland and holders Germany will travel to the Midlands for the elite qualifying round of the UEFA U-17 Championship.

John Griffiths’s Young Lionesses complete the round-robin group as all four teams will attempt to qualify for the Euro finals which are being staged in Czech Republic in May.

AFC Telford United will host England’s opening two matches, against Poland on Saturday 25 March and Germany on Monday 27 March.

England complete their qualifying campaign against Italy at St. George’s Park on Thursday 30 March.

The top-placed nation in the group will make it through to the eight-team finals.
The Lionesses finished third at last year’s Euros and subsequently earned a place at the FIFA Women’s U-17 World Cup in Jordan.

England U-17 Squad

Tickets for the first two England matches are priced £3 for adults, £1 for children and £1.50 for senior citizens, but the final qualifier at St. George's Park is only open to friends, families and invited guests.

Tickets for all non-England matches are free of charge.

Fixtures

25 March (2pm) - England v Poland (AFC Telford United)
25 March (2pm) - Germany v Italy (Hednesford Town FC)
27 March (2pm) - Poland v Italy (Hednesford Town FC)
27 March (2pm) - Germany v England (AFC Telford United)
30 March (2pm) - Poland v Germany (AFC Telford United)
30 March (2pm) - Italy v England (St. George’s Park)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source - TheFA.com

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