Wales U19 will play Poland in Bangor on Monday 15th October and the FAW have announced that fans will be able to watch the game for free.
Paul Bodin’s young Welsh side will see the friendly as an ideal opportunity to prepare for the UEFA Qualifying Round in November. Wales will be the hosts for Group 4 and will face San Marino, Scotland and Sweden.
Wales U19 recently played two friendlies in the Republic of Ireland earning a 1-0 win and losing 2-0 in the second game.
Bodin will be without the injured Sion Spence who scored the winner in the first match out in Dublin. Swansea City defender Brandon Cooper has been selected after making his U21s debut against Portugal in September, while Swansea’s Ben Cabango, who is on loan at Welsh Premier side TNS, returns to the squad after missing out on the last games through injury.
Fans attending the Poland match will not require tickets and entry on the gate will be free of charge.
George RATCLIFFE (Cardiff City), Adam PRZYBEK (West Bromwich Albion), Ryan REYNOLDS (Cardiff City), Jay FOULSTON (Newport County), Morgan BOYES (Liverpool), Neco WILLIAMS (Liverpool), Ryan ASTLEY (Everton), Ben CABANGO (Swansea CITY – On loan with TNS), Brandon COOPER (Swansea City), Dan GRIFFITHS (Cardiff City), Joe ADAMS (Bury), Brennan JOHNSON (Nottingham Forest), Luke JEPHCOTT (Plymouth Argyle), Pablo MARTINEZ (West Bromwich Albion, Issak DAVIES (Cardiff City), Jack VALE (Blackburn Rovers), Dylan LEVITT (Manchester United) Ryan STIRK (Birmingham City) Sam Bowen (Cardiff City), Lewis Collins (Newport County)
Wales U19 v Poland U19
International Friendly Match
Monday 15 October, 5pm
VSM Stadium, Bangor
Photo: FA Wales