Flashback: U21s captain James Ward-Prowse on Norway win

Friday 02 Sep 2016
James Ward-Prowse

As England Under-21s prepare to meet Norway in their next Euro Qualifier, FATV sat down with captain James Ward-Prowse to look back at the last game between the nations.

The Southampton midfielder has more reason than most to remember that game in Drammen, as it was his first match as Gareth Southgate's new captain and he scored what proved to be the winning goal with a first-half penalty.

England v Norway

UEFA European U21 Championship
Group 9 Qualifier
5.45pm, Tuesday 6 September 2016
Colchester Community Stadium
Tickets: £10 adults & £5 concessions
Click here to purchase tickets

It was the first qualifying game of the campaign too, so Ward-Prowse's spot-kick ensured England returned home from Scandinavia with an important three points to set them on their way in Group Nine.

The squad met up again earlier this week to begin their preparations for the return fixture in Colchester, when FATV took the chance to show Ward-Prowse the highlights of a match which saw Norway and Real Madrid starlet Martin Odegaard line-up in opposition on an artificial pitch in his hometown.

You can watch the full Flashback feature with Ward-Prowse in the video player below.

Tickets for the game in Colchester next Tuesday cost just £10 for adults and £5 for concessions and are available by clicking here or calling 0845 437 9089.

Flashback: James Ward-Prowse looks back at Norway win


By FA Staff