Venue change for England Final
Friday, 06 May, 2011
England C seeking Final victory over Portugal at Sixfields.
Details of the venue for the International Challenge Trophy Final have now changed, with England set to take on Portugal at Sixfields Stadium later this month.
Having overcome the holders Belgium at the semi-final stage in February, Paul Fairclough's side now face the Portuguese at Northampton Town with silverware up for grabs.
The Three Lions now prepare themselves for the showdown on Thursday 19 May at Sixfields with the match kicking off at 7.30pm. Tickets are £5 for adults and children under 16 are free.
England last lifted the International Challenge Trophy in 2006 when they beat the Netherlands 4-1 at Burton Albion, and having lost the final to Belgium in 2009 will be seeking to reclaim their prize.
Supporters of the non-league game should come along to Sixfields to support England in their bid for silverware.