Fifa Under-17 World Cup final: England v Spain
Venue: Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata Date: Saturday, 28 October Kick-off: 15:30 BST
Coverage: Live streaming and live text commentary on the BBC Sport website and BBC Sport app
England Under-17s' World Cup final against Spain will be broadcast live on the BBC on Saturday.
The Young Lions beat Brazil 3-1n the semi-final, while opponents Spain overcame mali 3-1
Former England international Danny Mills and the U20s' World Cup-winning manager Paul Simpson will join presenter Reshmin Chowdhury, with Steve Bower and ex-England winger Trevor Sinclair providing the commentary. You can also follow live text updates via the BBC Sport website and app.
While England are perceived as struggling at senior level - despite qualifying unbeaten for the 2018 World Cup - it has been a remarkable period of success for the country's junior sides.
A team mainly aged 19 or under retained the Toulon title in June, while in July England won the under-19 European title for the first time.
Add in the victory over Venezuela in the U20 World Cup final and another potential success in Kolkata and there is plenty of reason for optimism.
"It would be amazing to become world champions," said 37-year-old Cooper.
"To think that we would be the holder of the two development World Cups would be an amazing achievement, but I also think you have to look a bit further than that.
"It's also great recognition for what is going on with youth academies and the England teams - the work that is being done and it's really showcasing the talent and the potential these boys have.
"We've played with real pride, real passion, but with real expertise. I take great pride in that and just really hope we can see this through.
"When we get back on the plane, I think the players and the staff will be better for the experience and it will allow us to continue on that development journey."
England Under-17s' road to World Cup final
England 4-0 Chile, England 3-2 Mexico, England 4-0 Iraq
Round of 16:
England 0-0 Japan (England win 5-3 on penalties)
England 4-1 USA
England 3-1 Brazil
Unbeaten England will be on familiar territory when they take to the field for the final in Kolkata, India, having also played their semi-final in the Salt Lake Stadium.
A crowd of more than 66,000 is expected, while the players may have to contend with temperatures tipping past 30C.
They have dealt with pressure well so far, overcoming Japan on penalties in the last 16 before impressing in their next two knockout matches.