Wembley chiefs give power to Uefa to decide who will screen England qualifiers.
The Football Association will allow Uefa to choose who will televise England qualifiers for Euro 2016 and the 2018 World Cup.
The European governing body will now sell all 53 member associations TV rights in a landmark new move.
The deal, struck last weekend, will guarantee the FA £100million over the next four years but it is not clear what will happen to the FA Cup.
The FA’s last four-year England and FA Cup TV package signed in 2008 was worth £575 million but the collapse of Setanta led to a cut in the overall value.
FA general secretary Alex Horne said the deal will guarantee television income that was already expected.
“We thought it through long and hard and we have got a good deal for ourselves out of it,” Horne said at Uefa congress. “It is higher than the current valuation of our rights.
“We have gone into this with our eyes wide open. It is a creative idea and we believe it will work.”
Uefa said the move to centralise the match rights was necessary for the development of football in the associate countries.
“It is a project aimed, above all, at protecting and developing national team football,” Platini told the congress.
“And, what is more, the knock-on effect will be guaranteed revenue for each association.
“You will therefore all be able to concentrate on the football, without having to worry what the draws might throw up and whether their outcome will be favourable – or not – in terms of TV rights.”