We’ve teamed up with the annual tournament to offer Wolves fans the chance to support the Young Lions at England’s vital Group A clash against Italy at Walsall FC on Bank Holiday Monday, May 7 (ko 3pm).
We have three family tickets to giveaway, which each include two adult and two concession tickets (U17s/students/seniors).
The tournament offers a great chance to see the stars of tomorrow today, with Cristiano Ronaldo, Eden Hazard, David Silva, Wayne Rooney, Mario Gotze and Paul Pogba just a handful of the stellar names to have starred at previous editions of U17 Euro.
To enter our competition send your answer to the following question to email@example.com, including your address and contact telephone number before Friday, 27th April.
"Which country hosted the 2017 UEFA European Under-17 Championship?"
Other matches* being staged at Walsall include:
- Portugal v Norway (Group B), Friday, May 4, (ko 1300)
- Germany v Netherlands (Group D) Saturday, May 5 (ko 1500)
- Spain v Germany, (Group D) Friday, May 11, (ko 1900)
- Quarter-final, Monday, May 14 (ko 1300)
Tickets for England matches and the knockout stage are just £5 adults and £2.50 concessions. For non-England group matches, prices are only £4 adults and £2 concessions.
England’s other group fixtures are against Israel at Chesterfield FC on Friday, May 4 (ko 1900) and against Switzerland at Rotherham United on Thursday, May 10 (ko 1900). Burton Albion, Loughborough University and St. George’s Park will also stage matches.
After the unprecedented success of England’s development teams in 2017 and interest in youth football at an all-time high, these are exciting times for the Young Lions.
The UEFA European Under-17 Championship has also provided a platform for many of Wolves’ current promotion winners to cut their teeth at a major tournament.
Alfred N’Diaye and Willy Boly were members of the France squad in 2007 and 2008 respectively while Ivan Cavaleiro and Ruben Neves were selected by Portugal in 2010 and 2014 respectively, with Neves being named in the team of the tournament.
Even more notable, however, was on-loan Benik Afobe and Conor Coady being part of the England squad that won the tournament for the first time in Lichtenstein in 2010.
Afobe was on the scoresheet in the Young Lions’ opening-game victory over the Czech Republic. After England beat Spain 2-1 in the final, the striker was also named in the team of the tournament.
See the stars of tomorrow in the UEFA European Under-17 Championship, 4-20 May 2018. Visit www.TheFA.com/U17Euro for tickets and further information.
* Fixtures all subject to change.