England Under-21s will stage their win-or-bust play-off match with Serbia at Norwich City’s Carrow Road Stadium next month.
The Young Lions return to one their favourite venues to play the home leg of their final qualification stint on Friday 12 October, kick-off 6pm (BST).
The match tees off a big evening of football, with England seniors playing San Marino later that evening at Wembley Stadium.
Following the Carrow Road fixture the Under-21s will jet off to Serbia for the second leg of the play-offs, as they look to ensure a fourth straight appearance at a European Finals tournament.
Details for the second leg in Serbia will be confirmed shortly.
Tickets for the England Under-21s fixture at Norwich are priced at just £10 adults, £5 concessions.
Tickets are available on 0844 826 1902, at www.canaries.co.uk/tickets or in person at the Carrow Road ticket office or Canary Stores at Chapelfield Shopping Centre or The Mall, Norwich.
A family ticket is also available at the price of £20 family ticket (2 adults, 2 children - please note this option is not available online).
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In addition any Club or group of fans can access discount tickets by completing the Group Booking Form, which is also attached below, and returning it to the same address.
With both teams having topped their respective groups, Stuart Pearce knows this will not be an easy pair of fixtures, but he is counting on the support of the Norwich faithful to help his side’s safe
“We have a real challenge ahead of us, but no more than usual in Under-21s football. It is one of the toughest competitions in world football, because no one qualifies for the Finals automatically,” he said.
“We had fantastic support from the people of Norwich last time we played here, and we really need more of the same this time. It would be great to think we could get near the record crowd we saw here last time.
“If we are to be successful as a young team, we need that level of support again. The players really thrive on a great atmosphere and it’s an excellent experience for them.”
England last played at Carrow Road when they defeated Romania 1-0 in the corresponding play-off fixture for the 2011 Finals campaign. That night Norwich City posted a then record attendance of 25,749.
The game will be broadcast live on ESPN.