The draw at 11:40 CET on 29 November will split the teams into seven groups of four.
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How the draw works
• There will be four seeding pots in accordance with the coefficient ranking list, with the seven countries with the highest coefficients in Pot A (including Spain and Germany, given a bye to this round), the next seven in Pot B, and so on.
Pot A: Spain (bye), Germany (bye, holders), Norway, Switzerland, Republic of Ireland, France, Hungary
Pot B: Austria, Italy, Russia, England, Netherlands, Portugal, Czech Republic
Pot C: Poland, Slovakia, Iceland, Slovenia, Serbia, Scotland, Greece
Pot D: Denmark, Turkey, Belgium, Wales, Romania, Croatia, Ukraine
• The winners of each qualifying round group cannnot face the runners-up from the same section, with no such protection for the third-place finishers.
• On the basis of previous decisions taken by the UEFA Executive Committee and the UEFA Emergency Panel, the following countries cannot be drawn into the same group: Russia and Ukraine.
• Each group comprises one team from each pot, with hosts then appointed to hold the mini-tournaments to be played by 29 March.
• The seven group winners qualify to join hosts Sweden in the finals from 9 to 22 May (with the draw on 3 April), The tournament will act as Europe's qualifier for the 2020 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in India
Qualifying round: who was in which group?
Group 1 : England, Belgium, Croatia*
Group 2: Switzerland, Turkey, Romania*
Group 3: France, Iceland
Group 4 : Austria, Slovakia
Group 5 : Norway, Slovenia
Group 6: Russia, Denmark, Wales*
Group 7: Republic of Ireland, Greece
Group 8: Czech Republic, Serbia, Ukraine*
Group 9: Hungary, Poland
Group 10: Italy, Scotland
Group 11: Netherlands, Portugal
*Four best third-placed teams
Bye to elite round: Spain, Germany (holders)
Bye to finals: Sweden (hosts)