Mansfield Town fans will get a glimpse into the future of the national team when the One Call Stadium hosts the U19s fixture between England and Germany on Tuesday night (7.45pm)
“We’re thrilled to be able to stage this match, especially so soon after England U19s lifted the European Championship,” said chief executive Carolyn Radford.
“It will be an honour for our football club and town to host another England international in Mansfield.
“It’s a real sign of the club’s progress and is great kudos for the football club for us to be able to host this game.
“The admission prices we have set present everyone with an opportunity to come and support our country’s future stars. “They’re particularly appealing to local clubs as a group of 15 people or more, when booked at once, can watch the game for just 50 pence. To watch a match of this quality at such a price is pretty much unheard of.
“It’ll be a brilliant occasion for Mansfield, one which the whole town should be proud of. We’re expecting a big crowd from people in the county and further afield.”
Tickets for the fixture are priced - Adults: £3, U18s: £1.50
Seniors: £1.50, Groups of 15+: 50p per ticket
Charter Standard clubs are eligible to receive 25 free tickets upon proof of registration.
Disabled supporters are required to purchase a ticket in the relevant age-related category with a carer free of charge.
Initially, tickets can only be purchased in the Ian Greaves Stand.
Tickets can be purchased in person from the ticket office at One Call Stadium or via telephone on 01623 482482.