The Three Lions have plenty of competitive games to play this year, with games in the UEFA Nations League and the FIFA World Cup on the agenda
In 2018 he reached the semifinals World Championship and finals of Euro 2020, England hope another year of big tournament action will deliver long-awaited big trophies in 2022.
Having spent 56 years without tangible achievements, the Three Lions are preparing for another shot at a global crown in Qatar after many near misses.
Before that, Gareth Southgate’s men have another UEFA Nations League Group Stage Campaign. What does England’s full calendar year fixture list look like and how can you watch them in action? GATE Here you will find all the information you need…
England 2022 fixtures and results
After booking their place at the World Cup finals in autumn 2021, Gareth Southgate’s side secured friendly victories against Switzerland and Ivory Coast at Wembley in spring 2022.
It’s competitive action from here on out, with some notable encounters with old foes fast approaching before attention turns to a trip to the Middle East in November.
England is in Group A3 of the Nations League alongside arch-rivals Germany, European champions Italy and up-and-coming Hungary.
England UEFA Nations League 2022-23 group
Heading to the World Cup, the Three Lions know they will face off against the United States and Iran Group Bwhile a derby date could be agreed with Britain’s neighbors Wales or Scotland once the UEFA section qualifying play-offs are completed in June.
England World Cup 2022 group
How to watch England live on TV and stream
With England, a new player has appeared on the scene in 2022 channel 4 wrest some rights from more established broadcasters in the sports market.
itv have seen ties with the Three Lions severed outside of major tournaments, while Sky Sports remains focused more on club competition than international affairs – with England slipping through their net in the Nations League.
Coverage of the World Cup finals will continue to be split BBC and ITV, which is free-to-air in the UK, with both battling for an audience in the final itself – which England will hope to see this time for the first time since 1966.
All Three Lions Nations League games are shown on Channel 4 along with their All 4 streaming service, with home and away games broadcast by the same channel.
England’s World Cup opener against Iran will be shown by the BBC and iPlayer, as will a final group stage match against the winner of a final play-off, while ITV and the new ITVX streaming service is where the meet can with the USMNT.