England's triple-header of home matches in October could be played in front of some spectators with the Football Association hopeful that 'some level of crowds' will be allowed to watch the friendly against Wales and the Nations League qualifiers with Belgium and Denmark.
September's internationals in Europe will all be played behind closed doors after a decision by Uefa to allow consistency despite some countries being keen to allow fans.
That means England will play in empty stadiums in their games away to Iceland and Denmark.
FA chief executive Mark Bullingham said: "It's a shame fans won't be able to attend matches in person but we have great broadcast partners who will bring the games to them.
"We hope by our three home games in October there will be some change to that."