0pm). Wales senior squad stars to have come through the U21s recently include Spurs defender Gareth Bale, Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey and Manchester City striker Ched Evans.Today's U21 squad features rising stars such as 18-year-old Swansea City midfielder Joe Allen, teenage Wolves striker Sam Vokes and young Chelsea goalkeeper Rhys Taylor. The Llanelli game will be the latest in a string of high-profile games already staged at Parc y Scarlets - and the first soccer event.Carmarthenshire's £23m new home to the Scarlets and Llanelli RFC has seen action in rugby's Heineken Cup, Magners League, Principality Premiership and Swalec Cup. An official opening game with the Barbarians attracted a near-capacity record gate of more than 14,000.Scarlets managing director Gareth Davies said: "It's wonderful news that the Football Association of Wales (FAW) has agreed to stage this important game here. Parc y Scarlets is quickly developing a reputation as a top class venue for big events - and this is another one for the public to relish."FAW secretary general David Collins said: "We're very impressed with Parc y Scarlets. If the U21 game goes well, we'll look to play a senior friendly there. We've never played a Welsh football international in Llanelli. The Millennium Stadium, the Liberty Stadium, Cardiff City's new stadium and now Parc y Scarlets means the Welsh football team have tremendous venues to play in."While Wrexham's Racecourse ground is our oldest international home, the new stadium at Llanelli gives us another string to our bow and now we hope to establish strong links with Parc y Scarlets."We have done a few ground assessments and it looks to be a fantastic sporting venue, not just for rugby."Parc y Scarlets has a 14,870 capacity but Uefa rules mean the terraces cannot be used for football so that will be reduced to around 13,000.Wales Uefa U21 Championship qualifying fixtures 27 March - Luxembourg v Wales (Ettelbruck); 31 March - Wales v Luxembourg (Parc y Scarlets); 12 August - Wales v Hungary (venue TBC); 4 September - Wales v Italy (venue TBC); 10 October - Wales v Bosnia-Herzegovina (venue TBC); 18 November - Bosnia-Herzegovina v Wales (venue TBC); 4 September, 2010 - Hungary v Wales (venue TBC); 7 September, 2010 - Italy v Wales (venue TBC).
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Photo All set for soccer - Parc y Scarlets. Graham Harries