Holders Germany will face hosts Iceland and Spain, the team they beat in last season's final shoot-out, in the group stage after the draw was made in Reykjavik.
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The UEFA European Women's Under-17 Championship final draw has been made in Reykjavik City Hall.
Holders Germany will kick off against hosts Iceland before taking on England and concluding with a rematch of last season's final, when they scored a late equaliser before edging out Spain on penalties.
Three-time runners-up France were drawn in Group B and will face Switzerland and Norway after an opening-day meeting with the Republic of Ireland.
Group stage draw
Group A: Iceland, Germany, England, Spain
Group B: Republic of Ireland, France, Switzerland, Norway
The finals will be played from 22 June to 4 July in Grindavik, Kopavogs, Akranes and three venues in Reykjavik. The top two teams in each group progress to the semi-finals.
It will be Iceland's third UEFA tournament having previously staged the 2007 UEFA European Women's U19 Championship and men's 1997 U18 Championship.
*This summer's match schedule will be confirmed in due course.