UEFA has confirmed the dates for the Republic of Ireland U-21's remaining European Championships qualifiers.
Jim Crawford will take charge as manager for the first time when the Republic of Ireland travel to Slovenia for a friendly on September 7th.
Crawford was part of Stephen Kenny's U-21 coaching team before he was given the manager's role when Kenny replaced Mick McCarthy as senior boss in April.
Ireland are currently top of their qualifying group, three points ahead of Italy having suffered only one defeat in seven matches so far.
The Boys in Green will travel to Italy for the first of their three remaining group games on October 13th.
On November 12th, Ireland will host Iceland, the only side they've lost to in the campaign so far and then the last game will take place five days later away to bottom side Luxembourg.
UEFA will confirm the kick-off times and locations at a later date as Ireland look to qualify for their first European U-21 Championship.
Last week, UEFA announced a new format that will see the final tournament split over two periods with the original venues in both Hungary and Slovenia still due to host both parts of the final tournament.
The nine group-winners and the five best runners-up will be joined by hosts Hungary and Slovenia for a group stage of four groups of four from March 24th to 31st in 2021.
The four group-winners and the four runners-up will then qualify for the final tournament which will be played as a straight knock-out final eight from May 31st to June 6th next summer.
Ireland U-21 Fixtures - 2020
07/09 - Slovenia v Ireland - International Friendly
13/10 - Italy v Ireland - U-21 European Championships Qualifier
12/11 - Ireland v Iceland - U-21 European Championships Qualifier
17/11 - Luxembourg v Ireland - U-21 European Championships Qualifier