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Under 21s To Take Centre Stage

Britannia Stadium, home of Stoke City Football Club

Image by: Phil Greig

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12:00 18th September 2013

Potters' young talent face West Ham at Britannia Stadium this weekend

STOKE CITY’S up-and-coming talent will take centre-stage at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday when the venue hosts a Barclays Under-21 League encounter with West Ham (k.o. 3pm).

It will be the first time this season that Glyn Hodges’ side have appeared at the stadium and with the Potters first team not in action until the following day when they meet Arsenal at the Emirates, the Club are encouraging supporters to come along and check out the youngsters.

Admission is £2 for adults, while Under-17s can gain free admittance but must be accompanied by an adult.

Only the lower tier of the Q-Railing Lower Stand will be open for the game, with access via turnstiles 4 and 12.

Entry for Season Ticket holders is free – although they must bring along their Season Card as proof of their eligibility for free entry.

The Under-21s will go into the game in a positive frame of mind after following up a 5-1 home win over West Brom with a highly creditable 1-1 draw at Blackburn on Monday.

Meanwhile, the Potters’ Under-18s are also in action on Saturday against Tottenham at Clayton Wood (k.o. 12noon).

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