FA officials have confirmed that the FIFA U17 World Cup trophy, won by England last week, will make an appearance when the Young Lions visit Chesterfield on Wednesday night (7pm).
The Young Lions are involved in a mini tournament which kicks off with a game against Portugal at the home of the Spireites.
Steve Cooper has picked a 21-man squad who will also face Russia at Burton Albion on Saturday, November 11 before the final game with Germany is hosted at Rotherham United on Tuesday, November 14.
Cooper's previous charges beat Spain 5-2 to lift the U17 World Cup in India.
This season’s new crop of U17s began their campaign in August when they enjoyed victories against Turkey and Scotland at St George’s Park before a narrow 2-1 defeat against Italy in Kidderminster.
Tickets for all three games are on sale now and cost £3 for adults, £1.50 for concessions and students (with a valid NUS card). Disabled tickets are full price according to age category, with the carer going free.
Tickets can be purchased from the ticket office at the stadium during office hours and online. Tickets will be sold on the night at the ticket office and the North Stand ticket booth.
The Club Superstore will also be open from 6pm to 7pm for the sale of tickets and club merchandise. Advance purchase of tickets is advised to avoid queuing.
Charter Standard clubs are eligible for a quantity of free tickets while discounted tickets are available for group bookings (minimum of 15 tickets).
A limited number of hospitality packages are available, featuring a two-course meal. For hospitality enquiries, please email email@example.com.