SOUTH WALES will host a four-way International Development Tournament at Under-16 level later this week, featuring Wales, Northern Ireland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands across three venues.
Llanelli’s Stebonheath stadium, Port Talbot Town’s GenQuip stadium and Briton Ferry Llansawel’s Old Road home will each host two matches on three matchdays, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
Wales will face Northern Ireland in the clash between the two home nations on Thursday morning at Stebonheath, whilst Iceland play Faroe Islands in Briton Ferry at the same time.
It is my understanding that admission is free for all the fixtures but please double check beforehand (I’ve now had it confirmed that all games are indeed free).
I will be at matches from at least two of the three matchdays, so check back here for coverage over the course of the week.
Thu, 11 April
Wales v Northern Ireland, Stebonheath, Llanelli AFC, KO 11:00
Iceland v Faroe Islands, Old Road, Briton Ferry FC, KO 11:00
Fri, 12 April
Iceland v Northern Ireland, GenQuip stadium, Port Talbot Town, KO 17.00
Wales v Faroe Islands , Old Road, Briton Ferry FC, KO 17:00
Sun 14 April
Wales v Iceland, GenQuip stadium, Port Talbot Town, KO 11.00
Northern Ireland v Faroe Islands, Stebonheath, Llanelli AFC, KO 11:00