Mo Marley''s side will face France, Scotland and Russia in the UEFA Women's U19 Championship.
At the draw for the UEFA Women's U19 Championship Finals, England were drawn alongside France, Scotland and Russia.
The draw, which took place in the picturesque spa town of Héviz on the shores of Lake Balaton, was open with only hosts Hungary seeded to go into Group A.
The other seven sides, all of whom had qualified as group winners from the Second Qualifying Round, were drawn at random into two groups of four, from which two sides will advance to the semi-finals.
England were placed in Group B which looks to give them a good chance of qualifying for the last four.
Though the dangerous Germans were happily avoided, the group does contain 2003 winners France, first-time finalists Scotland and recent semi-finalists Russia.
Meanwhile in the other group hosts Hungary drew tournament favourites Germany as well as Finland and Switzerland.
A quirk of the draw means that the Germans, Finns and Swiss meet at the same stage of the same competition for the second year in a row.
All the group matches will be played between 20 and 25 July, with the semi-finals taking place on 28 July and the final three days later, with matches being played in the towns of Bük, Pápa, Andráshida and Zalaegerszeg.