England vs Brazil: Date, kick-off time, TV and head-to-head record | Football

England’s preparations for Euro 2024 continue (Picture: Getty)

England will host Brazil in a mouthwatering international friendly at Wembley later this month.

The Three Lions are just three months out from the start of Euro 2024 and the clash with the South American giants will be a perfect acid test for their tournament plans.

Gareth Southgate will likely want to field a team as close as possible to the one which will take to the pitch for their opening Euro 2024 group fixture against Serbia on June 16.

However, the game also represents a valuable opportunity for a number of players looking to force their way into Southgate’s starting XI, with the Brazil game just one of two before Southgate names his squad for the Euros in May.

Here is your full guide to England vs Brazil, including date, kick-off time and how to watch on TV.

When is England vs Brazil?

The game will take place on Saturday, March 23, with kick-off at 7pm.

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England face a tough test at Wembley (Picture: Getty)

England will return to Wembley to take on Belgium the following Tuesday, March 26, with two further warm-up games against Bosnia and Herzegovina and Iceland scheduled for early June.

How to watch England vs Brazil on TV

The game will be shown live on Channel 4.

Fans will also be able to live stream the clash on the Channel 4 app.

For those unable to watch the match on TV or live stream, BBC Radio 5 Live and talkSPORT will both have live radio coverage.

England vs Brazil head-to-head record

This will be the 27th time that the two nations have met in international football.

Unsurprisingly, Brazil dominate the head-to-head record with 11 wins to England’s four, with four games finishing as a draw.

England’s last win over the five-time world champions was a 2-1 win in a friendly in 2013, with Frank Lampard’s strike giving them their first victory over Brazil for 23 years.

Frank Lampard scoring a goal for England vs Brazil in an international friendly

England last beat Brazil 11 years ago (Picture: Getty)

Since then, the two sides have played out two draws, with the last meeting a drab 0-0 at Wembley in 2017.

The last time England and Brazil met in a competitive match was in the World Cup quarter-final in 2002, with Brazil triumphing 2-1 courtesy of Ronaldinho’s infamous chipped free-kick over David Seaman.

That was just the fourth time that England and Brazil had contested a match at the World Cup, with Brazil winning two of the previous three meetings.

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