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England have been drawn alongside Germany, Spain and Norway for the Finals of this summer's UEFA Women's Under-19s Championship.
Group A comprises of Sweden, France, Denmark and the host nation.
The Young Lions' qualifying campaign hit the headlines with a retaken Leah Williamson penalty, against Norway, last month. That converted spot kick, alongside victories over Northern Ireland and Switzerland, ensured Mo Marley's side made it to the eight-team finals which will be staged in Israel between 15-27 July.
England open up against Germany on Wednesday 15 July. Then it is Spain on 18 July, followed by Norway on 21 July.
The four Euro semi finalists will qualify for next year's FIFA Women's Under-20s World Cup, which is being hosted by Papua New Guinea.
England won the Under-19 Euros in 2009 with a squad that included Lucy Bronze, Jordan Nobbs, Jade Moore and Toni Duggan - who are all part of Mark Sampson's senior squad for next month's World Cup in Canada. England were also runners-up in 2007, 2010 and 2013.
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