The venues for England's European Qualifiers away against Slovenia, San Marino and Lithuania have been confirmed.
Roy Hodgson's men kick-off the year with a Group E fixture versus the Lithuanians at Wembley in March, and then travel to Slovenia for the very first time in June.
The Three Lions will play at the Stozice Stadium in Ljubljana on Sunday 14 June (5pm kick-off BST).
Their campaign will continue with a return visit to San Marino's national stadium in Serravalle, known locally as Stadio Olimpico, on Saturday 5 September (5pm kick-off BST).
England last paid a visit to the republic as recently as March 2013 for a World Cup qualifier which ended in an 8-0 victory.
Group E will conclude with a trip to the 5,000-capacity LFF Stadium in Vilnius to take on Lithuania on Monday 12 October (7.45pm kick-off BST).
With March's home game being the first-ever meeting between the two nations at senior level, October's trip will be England's debut away in Lithuania.
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