At the Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough, the English football team will welcome their opponents to participate in the preliminaries of the UEFA Champions League, which has been postponed until this summer.
The British forces clashed with the Austrians on June 2 and clashed with the Romanians on June 6. The association said that the stadium in the northeastern part of the country was selected and both meetings will be held at the same location to make the national team as safe as possible to avoid being infected by Covid.
Federal captain Gareth Southgate was also a player and coach in Middlesbrough, and then led the U21 national team and senior team. The last time the British national team played was in 2003, 18 years ago, when they defeated Slovakia 2-1 to win the game.
At the European Championships, English will play against the Croats, Scots and Czechs at Wembley Stadium in London.
The competition will be held in 12 cities including Budapest from June 11 to July 11. The semi-finals and finals will also be held in Wembley.