Debutant hosts Israel take on France, Sweden and Denmark while England and Norway meet again in Group B after the final tournament draw was made in Haifa.
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After knocking out last season's winners in qualifying, Denmark have been drawn against hosts Israel, Sweden and three-time winners France in the draw for this summer's UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship in Israel.
The hosts become the 26th team to grace these finals, but will not find things easy in Group A with former champions France and Sweden in the same section. They will also be up against a Danish side who accounted for holders the Netherlands in qualifying.
In Group B the tournament's most succesful side – four-time winners Germany – will meet England, Norway and last year's beaten finalists Spain. It means England will once again meet Norway, their opponents in a remarkable elite round draw that finished five days after it started and resulted in both teams advancing.
The open draw (no seeded teams) took place during half-time in the Israeli Cup final between Hapoel Beer Sheva FC and Maccabi Tel-Aviv FC at Haifa's Itztadion Sammy Ofer.
The four teams in each group face each other in a round-robin format between 15 and 21 July, with the top two from each advancing to the semi-finals on 24 July. The final takes place three days later at Netanya Stadium, one of four venues along with Ramla Municipal Stadium, Rishon LeZion Haberfeld and Lod Municipal Stadium.