Stuart Pearce's side will travel to Krusevac in Serbia for play-off second-leg.
Stuart Pearce's England Under-21s side will fly to the town of Krusevac in Serbia to play for a place at Euro 2013
Four days after the first leg of their important play-off in Norwich
on Friday 12 October, the Young Lions will be looking to secure their passage to Israel next summer.
The Mladost Stadium in Krusevac, situated in central Serbia 120 miles south of Belgrade, has been chosen as the venue for the match, which will decide whether England or Serbia will be competing at next year's eight-team tournament.
The 10,000-seater venue is home to Serbian First League outfit FK Napredak.
Last year renovations began on the stadium, which was originally built in 1976, and the new-look arena was opened earlier this year in time to host the Serbian Cup Final in May. Red Star Belgrade beat Borac Čačak 2-0.
England will be looking for a similar outcome to their European Under-21 Championship play-off two years ago. It was their last trip to Carrow Road and they came away with a 2-1 first leg victory
In the return leg, away in Botosani, Pearce's side held on for a 0-0 draw
to reach the Finals in Denmark
The match in Serbia will kick-off at 6pm local time, 5pm BST, on Tuesday 16 October.
Tickets for the England Under-21s fixture at Norwich are priced at just £10 adults, £5 concessions and are available by calling 0844 826 1902, online at www.canaries.co.uk/tickets or in person at the Carrow Road ticket office or Canary Stores.
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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