Wycombe Wanderers booked their date at Wembley after winning The Football League Community Cup southern finals for League 1 on St George's day at Leyton Orient's Matchroom Stadium.
The six-a-side tournament initially begins with school teams comprised of under-11's playing each other in local competitions in order to determine who will represent The League club in their area.
A total of 15 teams competed in the group stages of the tournament with Leyton Orient, Exeter City, Bristol Rovers and Wycombe Wanderers all progressing to the semi-finals. The Chairboys secured a place in the final against Leyton Orient, after beating Exeter City 2-0.
Leyton Orient's Joseph Willock, who scored two goals in a 3-0 semi-final victory against Bristol Rovers, said: "Today is a new opportunity and it has been really exciting playing here at Brisbane Road".
The final commenced with both teams looking for the early breakthrough but it was Wycombe who took the lead with a great strike from Oscar Glenister and despite Orient's best efforts, Wycombe secured their place at Wembley when Raj Jutla raced through to slot the ball home.
Rob Tromans, Football Development Officer at Leyton Orient Community Sports Programme, said: "The day was a huge success and exceeding the expectations of all the organisers. The most important thing of the day was that every single kid loved it".
Wycombe Wanderers will now line up against Oldham Athletic who won the northern section of the competition at Wembley before the League 1 Play- Off Final on the 29th May.
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