England will play New Zealand in a behind-closed-doors friendly at Wembley on Thursday, 12 November.
It means the next four matches for Gareth Southgate’s side will all take place at Wembley.
A Football Association statement said: “In keeping with current guidelines, the game is scheduled to be played behind-closed-doors.
“The FA has committed to working with the Government to get supporters back in stadiums as soon as possible.”
New Zealand are 122nd in the world rankings – 118 places below England – and their squad includes Burnley striker Chris Wood.
England have met New Zealand twice before, both during a 1991 summer tour with Graham Taylor’s side winning 1-0 in Auckland and then 2-0 in Wellington.
England’s next six matches
Friendly: Thursday, 8 October (20:00 BST) v Wales (H)
Nations League: Sunday, 11 October (17:00 BST) v Belgium (H)
Nations League: Wednesday, 14 October (19:45 BST) v Denmark (H)
Friendly: Thursday 12 November (kick-off to be confirmed) v New Zealand (H)
Nations League: Sunday, 15 November (19:45 GMT) v Belgium (A)
Nations League: Wednesday, 18 November (19:45 GMT) v Iceland (H
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