David Beckham is among those set to receive a UEFA award during England's match against Belgium for players who have made more than 100 international appearances.
Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder Beckham, who made the last of his 115 England appearances in 2009, will receive a commemorative cap and medal at half-time at Wembley on 2nd June.
The award will also be presented to 1966 World Cup-winning striker Bobby Charlton, who played 106 times, and retired goalkeeper Peter Shilton, who made a record 125 appearances.
Family members of 1966 World Cup captain Bobby Moore and Billy Wright, a defender in the 1940s and '50s, will receive the award from FA chairman David Bernstein.
The ceremony was introduced by UEFA president Michel Platini last year.