Mo Marley's side face a tough challenge to qualify for the 2006 Finals in Switzerland.
After progressing to the Second Qualifying Round of the 2006 UEFA European U19 Championship at the beginning of October, Mo Marley's U19 side face a tough challenge if they are to qualify for the Finals in Switzerland next summer.
Last Thursday's draw will see England take on Romania, Denmark and Iceland in the second qualification phase, with games to be played in Romania between 25- 29 April 2006.
Talking to TheFA.com this morning, Mo said: "To be honest the group could have been kinder and with the games to be played in Romania, the weather is likely to be quite warm too.
"Denmark will be tough as they will play as their senior side did at Euro 2005; direct and very physical. Iceland will be more of an unknown quantity as I have not faced them at this level in the seven years that I have been on the coaching staff."
England last faced Romania in September 2003, when a 5-1 win for The Three Lions saw England through to the second qualification phase in a group which also contained Scotland and the Ukraine.
Holders Russia must eliminate Finland, Portugal and Israel if they are to progress to the Finals and defend the title they won in Hungary this July.
Ten group winners, as many runners-up and the five best third-placed teams who won through from the previous stage were joined by the seeded trio of Germany, France and Spain, and then divided into seven groups of four teams.
Mini-tournaments will take place between 25 and 29 April 2006, with the seven section winners advancing to Switzerland.
2005/06 UEFA European Women's U19 Championship
Second qualifying round
Serbia and Montenegro
Republic of Ireland
Also in Oslo last Thursday, the draw for the U19 Women's Championship 2006/07, Round 1 groups were made, and England will face Belgium, Estonia and Greece, in Estonia between 26 September and 1 October 2006.