England Women face Canada at Rotherham United's New York Stadium on Sunday 7th April, in what is set to be a memorable afternoon for a group of 16 and 17 year olds, who will be there to roar on the Three Lions as a reward to signing up to the National Citizen Service (NCS) with The Football League Trust.

The Trust has tickets to watch England Women's Canadian clash, just three weeks after beating the same opponents to win the Cyprus Cup. By signing up to NCS with The Trust, young people will get the chance to see the champions in action closer to home.

NCS is a once in a lifetime opportunity for young people to take part in a fun and challenging programme, which includes outdoor activities, developing new skills, helping their local community and making a load of new friends.

One Direction's Doncaster Rovers fanatic, Louis Tomlinson, recently backed NCS by tweeting, "love this. Great chance to do something with your summer."

The Football League Trust will deliver 5,700 NCS places through its Football League club community schemes and organisations across England, and is the key provider in the Yorkshire and Humber region.

In 2012, Olympic heroes Steph Houghton and Ellen White were inspired by the NCS participants' achievements, as they presented the Team of the Year Award to Rotherham United Community Sports Trust, during an unforgettable NCS Graduation at The O2 in London.

Young people can create their own future during three amazing NCS weeks by saying YES, and joining thousands of others in signing up to the summer of a lifetime.

If you are 16 or 17 years old, don't regret missing out on NCS - it's your time. There are limited places available for an unlimited experience. Those signing up this week get the chance to see the England stars play at the impressive New York Stadium, as they prepare for their shot at the Euro 2013 Championships in Sweden this summer.

To find out more about NCS, which football clubs and organisations you can do NCS with and to register, visit www.ncsflt.co.uk or email ncs@fltrust.co.uk.

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