England men's and women's teams will kick off the 2024 summer at home with concurrent white-ball series against Pakistan.
The England men's team will play a four-match T20I series at home against Pakistan in late May before they head to the Caribbean to defend the ICC Men's T20 World Cup title.
The Test matches in the summer begin with two home series against West Indies and Sri Lanka following their return from the T20 World Cup.
Both series comprise three Tests, with Lord's, Trent Bridge, The Oval, Manchester and Edgbaston hosting the matches.
Australia return to England for a white-ball series in September, playing three T20Is and five ODIs.
"Fans across England and Wales will also get to see our England Men’s world champions in action ahead of their T20 World Cup title defence, before three-match Test series against both West Indies and Sri Lanka," ECB chief executive officer, Richard Gould, said.
Meanwhile, the women's team is set to play in some of the major venues including Edgbaston, Headingley, The Ageas Bowl, The Kia Oval and Lord’s following record ticket sales this summer.
Heather Knight’s women's team, like the men's, start the international summer against Pakistan. The concurrent series follows the success template of the ongoing Ashes series, where the men's and women's series are happening side-by-side. The Women’s Ashes Series have attracted record ticket sales according to the ECB this summer.
"Next summer’s schedule will see England Women play at more venues and allow more people to see their heroes in action as we look to maintain the growth the women’s game deserves," Gould said.
T20I Series v Pakistan Women
May 11: 1st T20I – Edgbaston, Birmingham
May 17: 2nd T20I – The County Ground, Northampton
May 19: 3rd T20I – Headingley, Leeds
ODI Series v Pakistan Women
May 23: 1st ODI – The Incora County Ground, Derby
May 26: 2nd ODI – The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
May 29: 3rd ODI – The Cloud County Ground, Chelmsford
ODI Series v New Zealand Women
June 26: 1st ODI – Seat Unique Riverside, Chester-le-Street
June 29: 2nd ODI – New Road, Worcester
July 3: 3rd ODI – Seat Unique Stadium, Bristol
T20I Series v New Zealand Women
July 6: 1st T20I – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton
July 9: 2nd T20I – The 1stCentral County Ground, Hove
July 11: 3rd T20I – The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence
July 13: 4th T20I – The Kia Oval, London
July 17: 5th T20I, Lord’s, London
2024 ENGLAND MEN’S HOME SCHEDULE
T20I Series v Pakistan Men
May 22: 1st T20I – Headingley, Leeds
May 25: 2nd T20I – Edgbaston, Birmingham
May 28: 3rd T20I – Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
May 30: 4th T20I – The Kia Oval
Test Series v West Indies Men
July 10-14: 1st Test – Lord’s, London
July 18-22: 2nd Test – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
July 26-30: 3rd Test – Edgbaston, Birmingham
Test Series v Sri Lanka Men
Aug 21-25: 1st Test – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
Aug 29 – Sept 2: 2nd Test – Lord’s, London
Sept 6-10: 3rd Test – The Kia Oval
T20I Series v Australia Men
Sept 11: 1st T20I – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton
Sept 13: 2nd T20I – Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Sept 15: 3rd T20I – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
ODI Series v Australia Men
Sept 19: 1st ODI – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Sept 21: 2nd ODI - Headingley, Leeds
Sept 24: 3rd ODI – Seat Unique Riverside, Chester-le-Street
Sept 27: 4th ODI – Lord’s, London
Sept 29: 5th ODI – Seat Unique Stadium, Bristol