Peacock Names U17 Side
U17s head coach John Peacock has named the boys that will represent England in the FA International Tournament at the end of August.
England will welcome Italy, Portugal and Czech Republic for the competition which involves a total of six games, with the table toppers taking the trophy.
Speaking to theFA.com as he announced the squad, Peacock explained.
'It's always a good opportunity to test ourselves against some of the top nations at this age group level and we're looking forward to it as always. This will be the first season in a competitive UEFA tournament for the players and getting used to playing a four group schedule like this is important in preparing us for the tests ahead.'
The tournament has been designed to be a preparation for the First Qualifying Round of this season's Euros which take place in Cyprus in October, and it will be the first games that Peacock has taken charge of this season, following on from our U17 success in May.
The full games.
Wednesday 27 August
Portugal v Italy, 3pm, Alfreton Town
England v Czech Republic, 7.30pm, Kidderminster Harriers
Friday 29 August
Italy v Czech Republic, 3pm, Alfreton Town
England v Portugal, 7.30pm, Chesterfield
Sunday 31 August
Czech Republic v Portugal, 3pm, Tamworth
England v Italy, 3pm, Burton Albion
Tickets are available from the host clubs and priced at Adult £3, £1.50 U16s.
Aston Oxborough (Norwich City), Paul Woolston (Newcastle United).
Jay Da Silva (Chelsea), Cameron Humphreys (Manchester City), Danny Collinge (VFB Stuttgart), Easiah Sulliman (Aston Villa), James John Yates (Everton), Hayden Coulson (Middlesbrough).
Adam Philips (Liverpool), Tom Davies (Everton), Jacob Maddox (Chelsea), Callum Gribbin (Manchester United), William Patching (Manchester City), Christopher Willock (Arsenal).
Kaylen Hinds (Arsenal), Layton Ndukwu (Leicester City), Jahmal Hector-Ingram (West Ham United), Charlie Wakefield (Chelsea).
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