The draw for this summer's FIFA U20 World Cup takes place in Turkey on Monday
FIFA U20 World Cup 2013
5pm, Monday 25 March 2013
England U20s will learn their World Cup fate on Monday evening, when the draw is made for the group stages of the FIFA U20 World Cup Finals.
Taking place at the Grand Tarabya Hotel in Istanbul, U20s Head Coach Peter Taylor is in attendance for the draw, alongside Club England Managing Director Adrian Bevington.
FIFA Secretary General Jérôme Valcke will conduct the draw along with former Turkey bosses Fatih Terim and Mustafa Denizli and Turkey’s all-time top scorer Hakan Sukur, as well as ex-goalkeeper Rustu Recber, the nation's most-capped international.
This is the 19th U20 World Cup and the third in succession which England have reached, following Colombia 2011 and Egypt 2009.
Taking place between 21 June and 13 July, there will be 24 teams contesting a total of 52 matches in the seven host cities of Antalya, Bursa, Gaziantep, Istanbul, Kayseri, Rize and Trabzon.
The eventual winners will succeed Brazil as world champions, although the holders surprisingly failed to qualify for this summer's showdown.
Local Organising Committee Chairman Servet Yardimci said: "On Monday, we will experience one of the most important nights in Turkish football history.
“The official draw of the FIFA U20 World Cup, which will be the biggest ever event organised in Turkey, will be held in the Grand Tarabya Hotel, İstanbul.
"The event will be a wonderful opportunity to host our guests who are coming from every corner of the world to the draw, which is something we are very happy and proud about.
"Turkish football is experiencing a golden moment with the organisation of the tournament, because we have never before hosted an international football tournament held in more than one city.
"Therefore - the FIFA U20 World Cup Turkey 2013 which will be held in seven different cities this summer - is a milestone for us."
Another major event will be the presentation of the brand new FIFA U20 World Cup trophy which will be on display for the first time.