UEFA 2008 European Championship Qualifier
Czech Republic v England
2pm, Sunday 28 September
Ďolíček Stadium, Bohemians FC, Prague

UEFA 2008 European Championship Qualifier
Spain v England
Kick-Off TBC, Thursday 2 October
Estadio Ruta de la Plata, Zamora

On Sunday 28 September at 2pm, the Czech Republic will play host to The Three Lions at the Ďolíček Stadium (above), home to Bohemians 1905. The club reached the semi final of the UEFA Cup back in 1983 but twenty years later they were relegated to the 3rd Division due to financial insolvency.

The club are now on an upward curve again, and their all-seater stadium with a capacity of 6,863 will see England hope to break down a stubborn defence who held out for a goalless draw in the corresponding fixture at Doncaster Rovers.

What could well be the group deciding game against Spain will take place at the Estadio Ruta de la Plata, home to FC Zamora who play in the Spanish Segunda Division B on Thursday 2 October. The stadium was built in 2003 and can hold just over 7,800 supporters.

Zamora is a city in Castile-Leon, the capital of the province of Zamora, near the frontier with Portugal. For fans looking to book travel, Zamora is North West of Madrid, due north of Salamanca and West of Valladolid, the latter approximately 90km away.

The FA are investigating the possibility of securing an area of the stadium for interested England fans to recreate the scenes in Rennes back in 2006. Keep logged onto TheFA.com for more information.