Tracey Neville will leave her role as England head coach after next month's World Cup in Liverpool in order to start a family.
The 42-year-old from Bury, who led England to Commonwealth gold in 2018, was appointed in 2015 before the World Cup in Australia.
Neville, 42, is the twin sister of England Women football boss Phil Neville and the sister of Manchester United great Gary Neville.
Neville, who made over 80 appearances for England as a player before a knee injury forced her retire in 2008, said she hoped to return to the role.
The World Cup takes place at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool from July 12-21 and England take on Uganda in their first match on the opening day.