The young Lions will meet Brazil, North Korea and New Zealand after the World Cup draw was made.
England will take on Brazil when they compete in the FIFA U17 World Cup for the first time this summer.
The England team, who were losing finalists in the UEFA European U17 Championship last week, will take part in the 24-team tournament in South Korea in August.
At the draw for the Finals, made in Seoul today, England were paired with Brazil, North Korea and New Zealand in the group stages.
The tournament begins on 18 August with the Final taking place in Seoul on 9 September.
The opening match for John Peacock's U17 side will be against North Korea in Seogwipo on 18 August before playing New Zealand in the same venue on 21 August. The group matches will conclude with the clash against Brazil in Goyang on 24 August.
South Korea, Peru, Costa Rica, Togo
North Korea, England, Brazil, New Zealand
Honduras, Spain, Argentina, Syria
Nigeria, France, Japan, Haiti
Belgium, Tunisia, Tajikistan, USA
Colombia, Germany, Trinidad & Tobago, Ghana