The three games to be played at the Brighton & Hove Community Stadium in next summer’s European Championships will be revealed on Thursday.
The draw for UEFA Women's Euro 20222 in England takes place in Manchester at 5pm and is live on BBC1.
The Brighton & Hove Community Stadium is hosting two group-stage games on Monday 11 July and Friday 15 July including one England match.
If England win their group their quarter-final will also be at the Brighton & Hove Community Stadium on Wednesday 20 July.
England are one of the four top seeds in the 16-team tournament and will be in Group A. The other seeds are holders Netherlands, Germany and France.
The second pot contains Sweden, Spain, Norway, Italy while pot three features Denmark, Sweden, Belgium and Austria.
Pot four contains Northern Ireland, Russia, Finland and Iceland.
The tournament kicks off at Old Trafford on 6 July and the final takes place at Wembley on 31 July.
Other venues for the tournament are: Brentford Community Stadium, Manchester City Academy Stadium, Stadium MK, New York Stadium Rotherham, Bramall Lane, St Mary’s Old Trafford and Leigh Sports Village.
Tickets for all matches go on sale on Thursday but you must register first. For more information on how to apply click here