Cooper has named a 19-man squad for the first three games of the season, which see the Young Lions up against Italy, Portugal and Turkey in late August.
With the first Qualifying Round of the UEFA Euro Championship coming up in October, the competition will provide Cooper with a chance to get his players together and start preparations for the season ahead.
The majority of the squad worked under Cooper last season as U16s, but there are first England call-ups for Huddersfield Town defender Jordan Williams and Ipswich Town goalkeeper Nicholas Hayes.
Based at St. George’s Park, the get-together sees England play three games in five days starting with Italy at AFC Telford United’s Bucks Head Stadium on Wednesday 26 August.
They then face Turkey at Walsall’s Banks’s Stadium two days later before the final match with Portugal takes place at Burton Albion’s Pirelli Stadium on Sunday 30 August.
Goalkeepers: Jared Thompson (Chelsea)*, Nicholas Hayes (Ipswich Town)
Defenders: Jordan Williams (Huddersfield Town), Edward Francis (Manchester City), Trevoh Chalobah (Chelsea), Vashon Neufille (West Ham United), Jaden Brown (Tottenham Hotspur), Diego Lattie (Manchester City)
Midfielders: Charlie Gilmour (Arsenal), Callum Slattery (Southampton), Andre Dozzell (Ipswich Town), Adam Lewis (Liverpool), Sadou Diallo (Manchester City)
Forwards: Jonathan Leko (West Bromwich Albion), Niall Ennis (Wolverhampton Wanders), Mackenzie Heaney (Newcastle United), Martell Taylor-Crossdale (Chelsea)*, Samuel Shashoua (Tottenham Hotspur), Keanan Bennetts (Tottenham Hotspur)
* Matthew Yates (Derby County) replaces Jared Thompson
** Tyrese Campbell (Manchester City) replaces Martell Taylor-Crossdale
*** Elliot Embleton (Sunderland) replaces Callum Slattery
Tickets for all three England games in the SGP Tournament cost just £3 for adults and £1.50 for concessions from the hosting clubs.
It is just 50p per ticket for groups of 15 and over and FA Charter Standard clubs, with the relevant forms available to download below.
The non-England games take place at St. George’s Park and are not open to the public.