Middlesbrough’s Riverside Stadium will host two England friendlies in preparation for this summer season’s European Championship.
Gareth Southgate’s males will face Austria on Wednesday, 2 June, earlier than enjoying Romania 4 days later.
The Riverside was chosen as a Covid safe venue to host each fixtures.
Under the federal government’s present plans to maneuver England out of lockdown, some supporters needs to be allowed to attend the matches.
However, the Football Association say ticketing preparations will likely be communicated “ought to or not it’s deemed secure for followers to attend”.
Middlesbrough final staged a senior England males’s worldwide in 2003 in a 2-1 win over Slovakia.
England boss Southgate, who additionally performed for Boro on the time, began at centre-back in that match.
The Three Lions start their European marketing campaign towards Croatia at Wembley on Sunday, 13 June (14:00 BST).