England have confirmed the first of what will be four fixtures between now and the start of Euro 2020 with fellow finalists Denmark set to visit Wembley on Tuesday 31st March.
The first international break of the new year will also feature another Wembley friendly, on Friday 27th March, against as yet unnamed opposition.
In June, as the build-up begins in earnest to the tournament, England will play a home game outside of London as Wembley gets a Euro 2020 makeover and also a fixture elsewhere in Europe.
With Gareth Southgate set to name his squad for the finals before the June matches it means there are just two more opportunities to impress the England boss and earn a place in the final party.
The draw for Euro 2020 (with 20 of the 24 qualifiers now known) takes place later in November.