England U19s' games in Euro Finals are confirmed.
England U19s will face opposition from Croatia in their first game at the UEFA European U19 Championship Finals in July.
The draw for the tournament took place in Tallinn on Wednesday afternoon and Noel Blake's Young Lions were picked out alongside the Croats, Serbia and France and all of England's three Group B matches are now scheduled.
England will be playing their first game in Tallinn on Tuesday 3 July, taking on Croatia at Kadriorg in the Estonian capital and kicking-off at 5.30pm (local time) which means a 3.30pm start in BST.
Serbia will be the opponents three days later on Friday 6 July, but there will be a different venue as this game will take place in the town of Rakvere, again with a 3.30pm kick-off.
The group games are rounded-off when France are the opponents back in Tallinn on Monday 9 July, with a later start of 6pm. This game will also be shown live on Eurosport.
Group A is made up of hosts Estonia, Greece, Portugal and 2011 U19 Euro champions Spain.
When both Group tables are finalised, the top two nations from each will progress to the semi-finals and the third and fourth placed teams will be eliminated. However, the third-placed sides will have the consolation of qualifying for the FIFA U20 World Cup in Turkey next year.