Scotland will host England at Hampden on 12 September, 2023 as a part of the 150th anniversary celebration of their most memorable match in 1872.
That game, played at the West of Scotland Cricket Ground in Glasgow, which finished 0-0, is perceived by Fifa as the world’s oldest international.
The following year’s meeting will be the first between the pair since a goalless attract June 2021 at Wembley at Euro 2020.
England and Scotland last met at Hampden in 2017, with the match finishing in a 2-2 draw and each of the four goals coming in the last quarter of the game. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain put England 1-0 ahead yet they required an injury time Harry Kane goal to go home with a World Cup Qualification point.
The Football Association additionally reported England will play their home Euro 2024 qualifier against North Macedonia at Old Trafford on 19 June.