England fixtures 2023: When do England play next? Three Lions schedule, dates, times, tickets
Your complete guide to England's upcoming fixtures, TV details, dates, kick-off times and more as they enter the qualification process for Euro 2024.
England are back in action for the first time since the World Cup 2022 and the path to Euro 2024 is set out before them.
Gareth Southgate's men have plenty of big matches to look forward to in 2023 with Italy, Ukraine, Scotland and Australia on the billing, with the latter games on the slate as friendly matches.
The Three Lions endured a largely frustrating time in 2022 away from the World Cup as they were relegated from the top tier of Nations League groups.
Fans can tune in to watch every moment live on free-to-air TV and we've got all the details at hand to make sure you won't miss a moment.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about the England men's team's upcoming football fixtures.
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When do England play next?
England's next match will see them take on Italy in the Euro 2024 qualifiers.
The match will take place on Thursday 23rd March 2023 with a 7:45pm kick-off time, meaning the nation will be able to tune in for the primetime evening slot.
England fixtures on TV
All UK time
Thursday 23rd March
Euro 2024 qualifier: Italy v England (7:45pm)
Sunday 26th March
Euro 2024 qualifier: England v Ukraine (5pm)
Friday 16th June
Euro 2024 qualifier: Malta v England (7:45pm)
Monday 19th June
Euro 2024 qualifier: England v North Macedonia (7:45pm)
Saturday 9th September
Euro 2024 qualifier: Ukraine v England (5pm)
Tuesday 12th September
150th Anniversary Heritage Match: Scotland v England (7:45pm)
Friday 13th October
International friendly: England v Australia (7:45pm)
Tuesday 17th October
Euro 2024 qualifier: England v Italy (7:45pm)
Friday 17th November
Euro 2024 qualifier: England v Malta (7:45pm)
Monday 20th November
Euro 2024 qualifier: North Macedonia v England (7:45pm)
How to watch England on TV and live stream
Euro 2024 qualifiers
Channel 4 has struck a deal to show all England games live on its free-to-air platform. It's a shock move that takes the rights away from BBC, ITV and rivals Sky Sports who have shown international matches in recent years.
In one fell swoop, Channel 4 has scooped up the rights to all England friendlies. This means every single England game – competitive or not – will be shown on free-to-air TV across three different stations.
How to buy England tickets
England tickets are regularly available through the FA's official website.
To check out the latest availability for upcoming fixtures, check out the England ticketing site.