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Leyton Orient To Host NextGen Series Final

The dates and venues for the inaugural NextGen Series Finals have been revealed today, with Leyton Orient's Matchroom Stadium set to host the Final on March 25th 2012.

Close to the recently constructed Olympic village, the 9,200 capacity ground will provide the perfect setting for the Final.

Liverpool will host the first semi-final against Ajax at Anfield on March 14th, with Inter and Marseille playing at Brentford's Griffin Park on March 21st. The winners of the ties will then progress to the Final for the chance to become the first ever NextGen Series Champions.

Ahead of the finals, co-founder Mark Warburton said...

"We are very proud of what has been achieved in the first year of NextGen. The Clubs and players have produced some outstanding football, and we would like to think we have made a positive impact towards their football education and learning.'

'We wish Liverpool, Ajax, Inter Milan and Olympique de Marseille the best of luck and look forward to welcoming representatives from each club to the UK for the finals weekend.'


The confirmed fixtures and venues for the games are as follows:

Semi Final #1 - Liverpool vs. Ajax - Anfield, 7pm, March 14th 2012
Semi Final #2 - Inter Milan vs. Olympique de Marseille - Griffin Park, 7pm, March 21st 2012
Final - Matchroom Stadium, 1.30pm, 25th March 2012

Sadly, Manchester City failed to qualify from the group stages.

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Date:Monday February 27 2012

Time: 12:48PM

 

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