England U18's at the JD Stadium
U18's England v Netherlands
The JD Stadium, Bury FC
Friday 5th September 2014, Kick-off 19:30pm
Season Tickets holders can gain entry to the above game FREE of charge – please redeem Voucher A from your season ticket book at the Club and you will be given a FREE ticket for the game.
Available from the Main Reception Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm or on the Saturday match days from 9.00am to 5.15pm.
This offer will also be available on the day of the game i.e. 5th September 2014 from 9.00am until 7.30pm.
Ticket prices are the following:
Concessions:£1.00 (Senior Citizens, Students, Disabled – Full price with carer free according to age group)
Group bookings for 15 people or more – 50p each
Hospitality for England U18 v Netherlands U18
The club is offering hospitality to all Season Tickets holders for the 1885 Suite for the forthcoming England U18 v Netherlands u18 game on 5 September (7:30pm). Voucher A will be used for this game.
The package will include hot and cold buffet, tea/coffee at half time and seats in the hospitality area of the main stand.
Cost for the package is £15.00 per head
All those interested should contact Jill Neville to book or for further details using firstname.lastname@example.org
Fifteen members of England’s European U17 Championship-winning squad have made the step up to the U18s for next month’s match against Holland.
Neil Dewsnip will take his side to Bury’s JD Stadium, formerly known as Gigg Lane, on Friday 5 September.
Former U17 captain Ryan Ledson leads the band of Young Lions continuing their international journey, alongside the likes of goalkeeper Freddie Woodman and defender Jonjoe Kenny, both of whom starred in England’s Euro final shootout win over the Dutch in May.
Meanwhile there is a first call-up for Chelsea defender Jake Clarke-Salter.
With no UEFA or FIFA competitions for the U18 side, the Young Lions will have a number of fixtures during the forthcoming campaign after a successful programme last time around.
After playing games against the likes of Hungary, Belgium and Croatia in games at St. George's Park, the Young Lions finished their season with a 2-1 win over Germany at Rotherham United's New York Stadium.
Sam Howes (West Ham United), Freddie Woodman (Newcastle United)
Jake Clarke-Salter (Chelsea), Callum Connolly (Everton), Mandela Egbo (Crystal Palace), Dael Fry (Middlesbrough), Jonjoe Kenny (Everton), Tafari Moore (Arsenal), Taylor Moore (Lens)
Lewis Cook (Leeds United), Callum Cooke (Middlesbrough), Ryan Ledson (Everton), Josh Onomah (Tottenham Hotspur), Jordan Rossiter (Liverpool)
Adam Armstrong (Newcastle United), Demetri Mitchell (Manchester United), Sheyi Ojo (Liverpool), Josh Sims (Southampton), Dominic Solanke (Chelsea).