The 22nd Boodles ISFA Cup Final will take place at stadiummk this evening with Bradfield taking on the all-conquering Millfield.
Millfield will be appearing in their eighth final and attempting to become the first school to win the Cup four times. The Somerset independent school have scored 35 goals in their five matches so far, including an astonishing 28 in the first three rounds.
Bradfield, meanwhile, booked their place in the final for the first time since 2003 with a 5-2 win away at Manchester Grammar School. Bradfield were also prolific in the opening rounds and will be hopeful of winning the Cup for the first time in the school’s history.
Howard Webb, England’s World Cup referee, will take charge of the match while David Gill, Vice-Chairman of The Football Association, is the Guest of Honour.
Admission on the night is by cash only. MK Dons season ticket holders can attend for free as long as they bring along their season ticket card. Kick-off is at 7pm.