England U19s to face Serbia, France and Croatia in Finals.
England U19s will face Serbia, France and Croatia in their opening three games of the UEFA European U19 Championship Finals next month, following Wednesday's draw in Estonia.
Noel Blake's squad secured their place in the last eight of this year's competition after topping their Elite Qualifying Round group last week in Lancashire and now know they will be in Group B at the Finals which take place between July 3 and 15 in the cities of Tallin, Rakvere and Haapsalli.
The format of the Finals sees the eight competing nations separated into two groups of four, with the top two from each group heading into the semi-finals whilst the teams which finish third in both groups will have the consolation of qualifying for the FIFA U20 World Cup in Turkey next year.
The draw was made at the Meriton Grand Conference and Spa Hotel by former Estonia international and Derby County and Sunderland 'keeper Mart Poom who is an ambassador for the Finals and Jim Boyce, Chairman of the UEFA Youth & Amateur Committee.
Group A saw hosts Estonia drawn out alongside Portugal, Greece and last year's U19 champions Spain.
More details on the dates and venues of the games to follow...