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St. James’ Park will play host to England men, as the national team take on Bosnia & Herzegovina this June, ahead of UEFA EURO 2024.

Gareth Southgate’s side will head to the North East as part of their preparations for this summer’s tournament, with the Three Lions’ game taking place on Monday 3 June, 7.45pm.

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This will be England men’s first fixture at St James’ Park since 2005 and it will be the first of two games for The Three Lions as they prepare for this summer’s UEFA EURO 2024, with the occasion also marking a first-ever meeting with Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Gareth Southgate said: “We’re really looking forward to taking the team back to the North East and to a city that is synonymous with football in this country. We will follow that with another special occasion at Wembley allowing our fans the opportunity to give us a final send off before we head to Germany for another exciting summer. Both opponents in June are sure to provide stiff competition and play an important in our preparation for the tournament.”

Newcastle United and England international, Kieran Trippier, added: “Its great news that England are playing at St. James’ Park. Firstly, the support will be incredible as I experience the atmosphere of St. James’ Park every time I play for Newcastle. It’s a good time for people in the region to watch this England side with our fantastic players, both young and experienced.

“It’s always exciting as warm up games get you prepared and ready for tournaments and its important to play these games and get your ready. It is a big occasion and really special for me that there is a game at St. James’ Park.”

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