England will take on holders North Korea, Mexico and Brazil in the group stages of the FIFA Women’s U20 World Cup.
The 2018 tournament will take place in the Brittany region of France from 5 to 24 August.
The draw was made in Rennes Opera House with former France internationals Camille Abily and Mikael Silvestre among the famous faces present.
England will open up against North Korea on Sunday 5 August, followed by Brazil on Wednesday 8 August and Mexico four days later.
The Young Lionesses qualified for the World Cup for a fifth time by beating Scotland in a play-off last August.
Mo Marley’s charges faced Mexico in the group stages of the 2014 tournament, playing out a 1-1 draw in Moncton, Canada.
Marley said: "The draw doesn’t really matter because you know it’s going to be tough no matter who you face.
"We’re just happy to be here after missing the last tournament, and we’ll be ready for it."