Cleves School in Surrey will represent AFC Wimbledon at Wembley for the second time in three years after victory in the English Football League Trust’s Kids Cup competition.

The Weybridge School earned a place at the national stadium for a second time in three seasons by winning the South Regional tournament on March 6.

A 3-1 triumph against Fairway Primary School secured a tilt at glory for Cleves School who won the competition at Wembley almost two years ago.

AFC Wimbledon’s School Sports Development Officer Andrew May said: “It’s fantastic that Cleves School who won our local Kids Cup event in November attended by 21 schools, have again battled through to win the event yesterday.

“It’s a great achievement by Cleves School and it means that they will represent AFC Wimbledon in the North v South Final in May before the League One play-off final.

“This is the second time in three years they have represented us and to again reach the Wembley Final is amazing!”

The EFL Kids Cup is a national football imitative comprising of six-a-side competition for Under-11 school children.

It will culminate in three finals across the Sky Bet EFL Play-off weekend in May.