England have been drawn in Group F along with France, Colombia and Mexico for next summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Mark Sampson’s side will play their group matches in Moncton and Montreal between 9 and 17 June.
The final will take place in Vancouver on Sunday 5 July.
England made it to Canada 2015, which will feature a record 24 teams, by winning all 10 qualifiers, scoring 52 goals and conceding just one.
It will be their fourth appearance at a World Cup and they have twice reached the quarter finals, in 2007 and 2011.
FIFA have confirmed that goal-line technology will be utilised at the tournament for the first time.
In the build-up to the finals England will host USA and France, two of the top four nations in the FIFA rankings, on 13 February and 9 April respectively.
The Three Lions will compete in the annual Cyprus Cup competition in March.
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