England are to host the Four Nations tournament this summer with Eastbourne Borough, Worthing FC and Bognor Regis Town chosen as the three venues.
The 'Non-League home internationals' are to be staged between 23-27 May with England defending the title they won last season in Ireland.
"The Four Nations is a fantastic tournament," said England National Game boss Paul Fairclough.
"I can select the very best players from outside of the Football League,"
Fairclough added: "There is a huge amount of talent in Non-League at present and I'd like to think that my squad will contain a mixture of promising young talent, and some experienced heads.
"One thing is for certain though, there isn't a bigger honour in the game than being asked to represent your country," Fairclough added.
All three of England's games are to be staged at Eastbourne's Priory Lane ground.
23 May: England v Ireland - Priory Lane, Eastbourne Borough (7.45pm)
23 May: Wales v Scotland - Nyewood Lane, Bognor Regis Town (7.45pm)
25 May: England v Wales - Priory Lane, Eastbourne Borough (7.45pm)
25 May: Ireland v Scotland - Victor Gladwish Stadium, Worthing (7.45pm)
27 May: Ireland v Wales - Victor Gladwish Stadium, Worthing (12.30pm)
27 May: England v Scotland - Priory Lane, Eastbourne Borough (4.00pm)