England will play the Netherlands in the UEFA Nations League semi finals in Guimares, Portugal on June 6, 2019.
The winners the other semi final, Portugal vs Switzerland, to be played on June 5, will meet the victors in the final on June 9.
All four teams are already assured of at least a play-off place for Euro 2020 should they fail to qualify for the finals through the normal qualification process.
The final ranking table in the UEFA Nations League was used to help determine seedings for the Euro 2020 qualifying groups.
If the four finalists don’t require their UEFA Nations League playoff spot then it will be rolled down the final ranking list of Nations League teams until all four places have been allocated to teams that didn’t qualify for the Euro 2020 finals.
The overall winner of the Nations League will receive £6.7m in prize money with other nations getting less money.
England avoid Germany in Euro 2020 draw
England were drawn with Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Montenegro and Kosovo in Group A of the Euro 2020 qualifiers, with fixtures to run between March and November of 2019.
They avoided Germany, who were paired with the Netherlands again, along with Northern Ireland in Group C.
Republic of Ireland were placed in group D with Switzerland, Denmark, Georgia and Gibraltar.
Scotland will face Belgium, Russia, Cyprus, Kazakhstan and San Marino while Wales will meet Croatia, Slovakia, Hungary and Azerbaijan.
The winner and runner-up up in each group will qualify automatically but England and Scotland have the benefit of a guaranteed play off place if they don’t qualify because they won their respective UEFA Nations League groups.
Manchester City will host Women’s European Championship games in 2021.
Manchester City’s Football Academy Stadium will be one of the venues when England host the 2021 Women’s European Championships.
England had previously staged the tournament in 2005
The Football Association was reportedly the only bidder but met strict guidelines before UEFA awarded the tournament to them.