Wembley chiefs promise to be good tourists.
England will be based in Poland for the Euro 2012 finals next summer and will announce their hotel pans shortly.
The Three Lions secured their progress to the tournament after last Friday’s 2-2 draw against Montenegro.
The championships are being co-hosted by Ukraine and Poland, but England will be based in the latter despite having to contend without Wayne Rooney for at least the opening group game.
Football Association chairman David Bernstein promised at the Leaders In Football conference in London last week that England would be “good tourists”.
The nation came under criticism for isolating them off from the rest of the world during their stay in Rustenburg during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Bernstein said they would stay in a more central location and would engage more with locals, to help garner good publicity and stop the players getting bored.
“We are just finalising a few contractual arrangements now,” Club England managing director Adrian Bevington told Sky Sports News about the Poland plans.
“We will be in Poland but I won’t be able to say any more at this particular moment.
“We are not far away from (confirming the location) but out of respect to all the people we have been dealing with we have to get everything finalised before we make any public statement on it.”