The England C contingency squad has been named by manager Paul Fairclough ahead of the International Champions trophy fixture in Estonia next month.
Fairclough’s squad will travel to Tallinn for the game against the Estonia under-23 team on Tuesday, November 15th.
The match will be played at the Albert Le Coq Arena, the home of the full national team and club side FC Flora, in the Estonian capital. With a capacity of 9,692, it is Estonia’s largest stadium and will also host the 2018 UEFA Super Cup Final between the winners of the Champions League and Europa League Finals.
The contingency squad on stand-by for call-up in the event of any withdrawals is:
Cheye Alexander (Aldershot Town), James Bolton (Gateshead), Jake Caprice (Woking), Sam Chaney (Torquay United), Shamir Fenelon (Aldershot Town), Samuel Joseph Finley (AFC Fylde), Ross Fitzsimons (Chelmsford City), Tyler Harvey (Wrexham), Kingsley James (Macclesfield Town), Jack Holland (Bromley), Nicke Kabamba (Hampton & Richmond Borough), Josh Langley (AFC Fylde), Jamal Lowe (Hampton & Richmond Borough), Bernard Mensah (Aldershot Town), James Montgomery (AFC Telford United), Kieffer Moore (Forest Green Rovers)Fejiri Okenabirhie (Dagenham & Redbridge), Frankie Raymond (Dagenham & Redbridge), Josh Staunton (Dagenham & Redbridge), Daniel Sweeney (Maidstone United), Blair Turgott (Bromley)
The full squad is:
Nick Arnold (Aldershot Town), Luke Coulson (Eastleigh), Joel Dixon (Barrow), Morgan Ferrier (Boreham Wood), Jake Gallagher (Aldershot Town), Sam Habergham (Lincoln City), James Hardy (AFC Fylde), Oliver Hawkins (Dagenham and Redbridge), Ethan Pinnock (Forest Green Rovers), Sean Raggett (Lincoln City), Matthew Robinson (Dagenham and Redbridge), Grant Smith (Boreham Wood), Elliot Whitehouse (Lincoln City), Jordan Williams (Barrow), Daniel Wishart (Forest Green Rovers), Alex Woodyard (Lincoln City)