England Women are set to play dwelling fixtures towards Northern Eire and Canada within the coming months as they put together for subsequent yr’s dwelling Euros.
The Lionesses‘ first aggressive match in almost 12 months sees them tackle Northern Eire on 23 February, behind closed doorways at St George’s Park.
Canada then go to on 13 April, with a venue but to be confirmed.
Neville’s successor, Netherlands coach Sarina Wiegman, will begin her function with the Lionesses in September.
An announcement launched by the Soccer Affiliation on Thursday learn: “With The FA persevering with to work with the Authorities to get followers again into stadiums as quickly as is protected to take action, any ticketing preparations will becommunicated to supporters when related.”
England final took on Northern Eire in 2008 in a Uefa European Ladies’s Championship qualifying match, with the Lionesses rising victorious.
The upcoming conflict with Canada marks the return of former England Ladies assistant coach Bev Priestman, who left the Lionesses’ set-up in October to take over as Canada’s head coach.
England final confronted Canada in April 2019, dropping 1-0.
The Ladies’s Euros had been set to be held this summer time however have been delayed by a yr following the postponement of the boys’s event from 2020 to 2021.