Prince Harry is gearing up for a seven-day trip to Brazil and Chile.
The red-headed royal will cheer on England during their World Cup campaign in Brazil, along with thousands of fans, as the team takes on Costa Rica next month, according to the Daily Mail.
The prince will also be on hand as Brazil takes on Cameroon in Brasilia when he arrives June 23. The next day, he'll watch England play Costa Rica in the city of Belo Horizonte.
In addition to those games, Prince Harry will travel to Sao Paulo and has engagements scheduled in Santiago, Chile and Valparaiso, Chile during the last three days of his trip as well.
Among his commitments, Harry will meet up with patients with neurological problems as they undergo rehab and visit the training base that Team GB and Paralympics GB will use during the Rio Olympics in 2016.
His South American trip aside, the 29-year-old recently enlisted the likes of Daniel Craig, Joss Stone, Will.i.am and more stars for an online-promotional video for the Invictus Games, a multi-sport event for wounded soldiers that he founded.
The games are set to take place September 10-14 in London and will feature sports like wheelchair basketball, archery and swimming.
Back in March when Harry announced his plans for the sporting event, he said he hoped the Invictus Games would "inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and demonstrate life beyond disability."