The Coca-Cola Community Cup League 1 Final is fast approaching for two school teams in Buckinghamshire and Lancashire, with both raring to go in a bid to claim a piece of their very own Wembley history.

School children from South Failsworth Primary will be representing Oldham Athletic while their opponents Gateway School will play on behalf of Wycombe Wanderers.

The Community Cup is a national six-a-side tournament organised by The Football League Trust and club community departments for pupils under the age of 11. During the course of the season, over 1,500 schools have competed for a chance to play under the famous arch.

In the early stages, League 1 clubs hold local competitions to determine which school will represent them at the regional and if successful, national finals.

Pupils from Gateway have had to display great courage to book their place at Wembley after missing out in the English Schools FA Cup. The journey to Saturday's final has seen the youngster's prevail over Colchester United, Brentford and hosts Leyton Orient in the Southern Finals.

South Failsworth Primary emerged triumphant from ten teams that made League 1 North Finals which included schools representing Leeds United and Huddersfield Town.

Each school received team kit and bags for winning their respective regional finals and will go on to battle it out for the ultimate prize of holding aloft the Community Cup and being presented with a winner's medal.

Gateway Teacher, Howard Judge said: "It's great for everyone involved, the whole school is excited. Family and friends all bought tickets to come along to support us; it should be a fantastic day."

P.E Teacher Emma-Jane Davies, from South Failsworth, added: "The boys can't wait to play at Wembley. They've been brilliant this season, and deserve their chance. We're all looking forward to the match."