Black and minority ethnic coaches (BAME) will be offered work placements with senior England teams to help increase diversity in football.
It is one of the measures outlined by the Football Association in a new equality action plan.
The FA said in January it was working on plans to increase equality in the organisation and the wider sport.
“We want the FA to reflect modern society in this country,” FA chairman Greg Clarke said.
“It will not happen overnight, but this is a significant step in the right direction to make football more equal, more diverse and more inclusive for all.”
The three-year action plan, called In Pursuit of Progress, puts forward a range of measures and targets it wants to hit by 2021. More