On Saturday, Mudeford Junior School and Meir Heath Primary School go head-to-head in the opportunity of a lifetime as they line up for The Football League Community Cup League 2 Final at Wembley Stadium.

Organised by The Football League Trust, the six-a-side tournament is open to pupils in Year 6 and below and this season attracted more than 1,400 youngsters.

Both of Saturday's teams - from Christchurch, Dorset and Stoke-on-Trent respectively - won regional and national heats to earn the right to represent their local Football League team - AFC Bournemouth and Port Vale.

Playing ahead of the Coca-Cola League 2 Play-Off Final between Dagenham & Redbridge and Rotherham United, the youngsters will take a behind-the-scenes tour of the stadium, before lining up on the pitch for their game, which kicks off at 1.40pm.

Mudeford P.E. teacher Lee Goodlet said: "Everyone at the school has been buzzing for weeks.

"The boys have played so well to get this far and are really excited."

Simon Mottram, from Meir Heath, said: "We can't wait! There will be plenty of friends and family cheering the team on.

"Hopefully we can win, but just to get to Wembley is fantastic."

The competition has been run by The Football League Trust - the charitable arm of The Football League.