John Peacock's side to face Rwanda, Canada and Uruguay in World Cup.
England U17s have been drawn out in Group C for next month's FIFA U17 World Cup in Mexico, following today's draw in Mexico City.
The Young Lions were paired with Rwanda, Canada and Uruguay and will play their games in the cities of Pachuca and Torreon.
John Peacock's side will face African outfit Rwanda in their first game on 19 June in Pachuca, before they play Canada at the same venue three days later. The Canada game is scheduled for 6pm on 22 June local time, but that means a kick-off at midnight in British time, so the match will actually take place in the early hours of 23 June.
The squad will then move to Torreon, where they will play Uruguay in their final game of the First Round on 25 June.
The full draw is as follows:-Group A
2. Korea DPR
4. NetherlandsGroup B
4. ArgentinaGroup C
4. EnglandGroup D
2. Czech Republic
4. New ZealandGroup E
1. Burkina Faso
4. EcuadorGroup F
2. Côte d'Ivoire