Ray Lewington was appointed to Roy Hodgson's England coaching staff as Assistant Coach at the end of the 2012 Premier League season to work with the team during the European Championship.
He was Hodgson's first appointment after previously working with him during his time at Fulham and Lewington himself has also had extensive coaching and managerial experience with the likes of Watford, Brentford and Crystal Palace too.
As a player, he represented Chelsea, Wimbledon, Fulham and Sheffield United.
Speaking about Lewington's appointment, Hodgson said: "I'm delighted that Fulham have agreed to Ray joining the England coaching staff for the summer. I know Ray well and enjoyed working with him at Craven Cottage.
"He's a very good coach and the players will I'm sure enjoy working with him."