England have been drawn in Group D alongside Scotland, Argentina and Japan for next summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Phil Neville’s side will open up against Scotland in Nice on Sunday 9 June 2019.
They will then take on Argentina in La Havre on Friday 14 June followed by Japan in Nice on Wednesday 19 June.
The final will take place in Lyon on Sunday 7 July 2019.
Neville said: "It's a fine looking group we've got. We've got three teams that will compete against each other in a fabulous way. I think the Scotland game will get the most interest - and rightly so - because of the rivalry, which I think is something we all should enjoy and embrace. It shows how far the women's game has come."
The Lionesses qualified unbeaten for what will be their fourth consecutive appearance at the tournament.
England’s best-ever finish at a World Cup came in Canada four years ago when a Fara Williams penalty helped edge Germany in the third-place play-off.
Alex Scott, who appeared for the Lionesses at three World Cups, conducted the draw alongside former France international Louis Saha.
USA legend Carli Lloyd and Didier Deschamps, who led France to men’s World Cup glory in the summer, were also in attendance.
The World Cup kicks off on 7 June 2019.
The Local Organising Committee for the FIFA Women’s World Cup is responsible for all ticketing and has established the regulations for selling tickets to supporters of participating nations.
The FA, working with the Local Organising Committee, will have an allocation of tickets for every England match during the tournament to sell to members of the Lionesses Supporters Club.
A ticket application form will be sent to members on Tuesday 11 December.
To access these tickets, all applicants will need to be a member of the Lionesses Supporters Club.
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