John Peacock's young Three Lions side will take on Portugal, Turkey and Australia in a round-robin tournament.
Two games will be played at Glanford Park, with Lincoln City's Sincil Bank and Grimsby Town's Blundell Park also hosting games.
The matches will be part of England's preparations for the European Championship qualifiers being held in Georgia in October.
Glanford Park will host Portugal versus Australia on Wednesday August 25 and England against Portugal, the final game of the tournament, on Sunday August 29. Both matches kick-off at 3pm. Ticket prices are £3 for adults and £1 for concessions.
Glanford Park first hosted an England international in 1991 when the U21 side defeated Germany 2-1.
Since then there has been one U17 match at the stadium - in 2002, when a side including James Milner, Aaron Lennon, Tom Huddlestone and future Iron forward Jonathan Forte defeated France 2-0 - as well as three 19 matches.
The choice of venue could be an inspired choice by the Football Association, as the Three Lions have a 100 per cent winning record in North Lincolnshire.