The boys tasked with traveling to Ireland to win back the Victory Shield for Wales have been selected.
Wales U16 team manager Richard Williams has picked a squad of 20 players, to travel to Tralee, in County Kerry, for the five-day festival of football, being held between Monday, November 12, and Friday, November 16.
The squad, who go to the prestigious home nations tournament with impressive wins in Slovakia and Moldova under their belt, are aiming to win the trophy Wales last lifted in 2015, when Ethan Ampadu was the captain.
This time, the likes of Fulham's Oli Ewing and Cardiff City's Taylor Jones will be bidding to follow in the footsteps of the Chelsea star and others, like Ben Woodburn and Tyler Roberts, who've won the Victory Shield for Wales.
Ewing, who has captained Wales U16 in the tournament build-up, said: "I'm really looking forward to it. It's a great competition for us, as young players, to be involved in.
"It's exciting to be away for a week, playing in competitive matches and doing everything we can to win three points for our country. We know if we stick together, we can do that."
Jones added: "Going over to Ireland will be a great experience for us, as a group of lads. To put ourselves up against other top countries like Scotland, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland will be great.
"To win it would be amazing for the country."
The boys kick-off with a match against Scotland at St Brendan's Park, before facing the hosts, who have won the previous two Victory Shields, at Mounthawk Park and finishing, as they did last year, with a match against Northern Ireland, at the same venue.
Max Williams Wrexham
Luca Smith Bristol City
Keelan Williams Liverpool
Jay Williams Newport County
Matthew Baker Gillingham
Bryce Jones Leeds United
Ethan Vaughan Cardiff City
Harry Jones Arsenal
Oliver Ewing Fulham
James Sweet-Lannin Arsenal
Taylor Jones Cardiff City
Joshua Edwards Swansea City
Jadan Raymond Crystal Palace
Zac Williams Crewe Alexandra
George Walters Manchester United
Liam Higgins Everton
Siyabonga Ligedenza Cardiff City
Levent Gundogan Blackburn Rovers
Ryan Viggars Sheffield Utd
Aaron Hillier Swansea City
All matches kick-off at 1pm
Monday November 12: Wales v Scotland St Brendan's Park, Tralee
Wednesday November 14: Wales v Republic of Ireland Mounthawk Park, Tralee
Friday November 16: Wales v Northern Ireland Mounthawk Park, Tralee