A year of footballing mini-breaks - with some awesome destinations - lie in wait for members of the all-new England Supporters Travel Club.
England fans can look forward to a bit of craic in Dublin, taking in Glasgow in its post-Commonwealth Games heyday, Slovenia in the summer, plus trips to Tallinn, Basel, Vilnius* and Serravalle.
And then – if all goes well – club members will be at the front of the queue for tickets to UEFA Euro 2016 in France.
The England Supporters Travel Club – an add-on to the successful England Supporters Club which launched in May - gives access to matches abroad and at tournaments, and ensure that fans can support the Three Lions home and away.
England manager Roy Hodgson expressed his gratitude to the England fans who travelled to Brazil to support the team, as well as those who cheered them on from home.
He said: “We would like to reiterate our huge gratitude to the England supporters.
“We saw in Brazil the lengths they go to supporting the team and we are all hugely appreciative of their efforts.
“The support they gave us in Belo Horizonte was particularly humbling and it makes everyone determined to work hard in the future to reward them.
Hodgson added: “Our hope is that England supporters continue to stand alongside us when we represent the nation together.
“We have some exciting matches coming up, some away games with our local rivals and the goal of an exciting tournament in France at the end of the next campaign.”
England’s lead sponsor Vauxhall is also The FA’s partner for the England Supporters Travel Club and will play an integral role in its development, bringing incentives and additional rewards for fans.
Keith Michaels, head of marketing operations at Vauxhall, added: “Vauxhall is delighted to be working closely with the England Supporters Club as we build towards France in 2016.
“We were delighted to welcome the travelling England fans into the Vauxhall England Fan Hubs in Brazil and look forward to supporting Roy Hodgson and his team in the upcoming campaign."
In the next two years England will face away matches with neighbours Scotland (18 November 2014) and Republic of Ireland (7 June 2015), as well as trips to Switzerland (8 September 2014), Estonia (12 October 2014), Slovenia (14 June 2015), San Marino (5 September 2015) and Lithuania (12 October 2015).
The membership fee for the England Supporters Travel Club has been frozen at the same level as the previous englandfans club fee.
New adult members will pay £75, new under-16s will pay £45, while renewals from active members for 2012-2014 period will pay £65 for adults and £40 for under-16s – this discount for existing members is available until 2 September.
Membership of the England Supporters Travel Club will be for a two-year period, up to and including UEFA Euro 2016.
Fans must join the England Supporters Travel Club to be eligible to apply for tickets to England away games and tournaments, subject to England’s qualification.
The FA discussed the options for updating the membership scheme extensively with thousands of fans, and worked to ensure that the club gives the fans what they want.
The new digital platform EnglandSupportersClub.com gives all members the opportunity to enter exclusive competitions, participate in a forum, and share their views on England with fellow fans.
*Lithuania v England venue yet to be decided