John Peacock's side will face Serbia, Denmark and France in Euro Finals.
England have been drawn in Group A alongside Denmark, France and the host nation Serbia for the Finals of the UEFA European U17 Championship. Germany, Netherlands, Czech Republic and Romania make up Group B.
The group games will be played on 3, 6 and 9 May, with the top two nations in each group progressing to the semi-finals, which will be played on 12 May. The Final will be staged on 15 May.
Last week, John Peacock’s young charges beat perennial European youth champions Spain
in the final match of their Elite Qualifying Round group to book their place in the last eight. That result followed defeats of Northern Ireland and Belgium.
England are the reigning European U17 champions
after lifting the trophy for the first-ever time last season.