The return of international football in March means plenty of chances to watch England teams, both in the flesh and on the box as preparations step up for various tournaments both this summer and next.
Gareth Southgate’s senior men begin their Euro 2020 warm-up in earnest with home friendlies against Italy and Denmark at Wembley, both opponents having also qualified for the tournament and the Italians in particular fancied to perform well.
The beginning of the month sees the senior women take part in the SheBelieves Cup in the USA with games against the hosts, Spain and Japan which can be watched on various BBC channels.
Phil Neville is preparing for Euro 2021 on home soil next summer and has stated that he will not mention the Tokyo Olympics (where he will manage a Team GB side) until the time comes.
He has named a youthful squad for the SheBelieves Cup as England defend the trophy they won last year.
Qualification for the 2021 European Under-21 Championships has been smooth so far for Aidy Boothroyd’s England side and they have a home double-header against Andorra and Turkey at the end of March, the matches taking place at Stoke’s bet365 Stadium and Burnley’s Turf Moor.
Ticket details for the men's senior and under-21 fixtures are available on the FA tickets page.
Colchester United host an England under-20 side in a friendly against Germany on Monday 30th while England C, the representative team for under-23 players outside of the EFL, meet their Welsh counterparts at Caernarfon Town on Tuesday 24th.