The U20s, now under the charge of Keith Downing, will be contesting in the U20 Elite Cup being held in Germany where they will face the host nation, Netherlands and Turkey over the course of a week.
U20 Elite Cup
Netherlands v England: 7 October
Turkey v England: 10 October
Germany v England: 13 October
And Dan Micciche’s U16s squad will head to France to take part in the 17th annual Tournoi International, which is held in Val de Marne just outside Paris.
There the Young Lions will face France, Netherlands and Japan over the course of five days as they continue to take their first steps in the international game.
Downing’s side, who began their season with two games against Czech Republic earlier this month, will be based close to the city of Ulm for their games which start on Wednesday 7 October when they take on the Dutch at the nearby Arena Heidenheim.
They will then play Turkey three days later at the Donaustadion in Ulm, the birthplace of Albert Einstein, before they return to Heidenheim for the final match of the competition with Germany on Tuesday 13 October.
For the U16s, their first match is on Tuesday 27 October against Japan at the Stade Didier Pironi in Limeil Brevannes, before they tackle the Dutch at the Stade Marcel Laveau in Boissy St Leger two days later.
The final match for Micciche’s youngsters comes on Saturday 31 October when they play France at the Leo Lagrange sports complex in Bonneuil sur Marne.
These new dates are in addition to the upcoming Euro qualifying trips for England’s other development teams over the next few weeks.
Japan v England: 27 October
Netherlands v England: 29 October
France v England: 31 October
Steve Cooper’s U17s travel to Portugal in late September for their first qualifying round fixtures, where they are pitted against San Marino on 29 September, Armenia on 1 October and the host nation on Sunday 4 October.
And U19s head coach Aidy Boothroyd takes his to Macedonia for their first qualifying round, where they play the host nation on 8 October, Finland on 10 October and then Italy in their final match on 13 October.