England midfielder Fran Kirby and forward Chloe Kelly have returned to the squad after injury to face world champion the United States and the Czech Republic in next month's friendlies.
England manager Sarina Wiegman also on Tuesday named West Ham United defender Lucy Parker and Everton forward Jessica Park in the squad for the first time.
Chelsea's Kirby and Manchester City's Kelly, who helped England win this year's European Championship, are back after missing September's World Cup qualifiers.
England will play at Wembley stadium against the U.S. on October 7 for the first time since lifting its first major trophy in front of a record crowd last July and will take on the Czechs at Falmer Stadium in Brighton on October 11.
"It will be a special evening and a great celebration for our fans, but we also know it will be a challenging game against very strong opposition," Wiegman said of the U.S. match.
"As it will be at Wembley, we want to be able to say 'thank you' to the fans at Brighton.
"They were such a special part of what we all achieved and we will always have good memories of the stadium. They created a brilliant atmosphere that helped inspire us on the pitch."
England won 8-0 against Norway in the Euro 2022 group stage and beat Spain 2-1 after extra time in the quarter-finals at the south-coast stadium.
It is now building up to next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand having breezed through qualifying.
The European champion thrashed Luxembourg 10-0 in their final women's World Cup qualifier earlier this month to finish their perfect campaign on a flawless note with 10 wins in 10 games, scoring 80 goals without conceding any.
"Our focus is now firmly on the FIFA Women's World Cup next summer, all of our time together is vitally important and this is an opportunity for those selected to apply themselves to the best of their ability on and off the pitch," Wiegman added.
"The challenge of facing the world champions is one we look forward to and it is another tough fixture to measure our progress as we look to continue to make the next step forward."
The U.S. game will see the FA marking 50 years since the first Lionesses match on Nov. 18 1972.