ENGLAND will take on Scotland in their opening Women's World Cup game next year.
Phil Neville's side have been drawn in Group D alongside Scotland, Argentina and Japan.
Getty – Contributor1 England know their 2019 group opponents
The opening game, which will take place on Sunday, June 9, is a repeat of the 2017 Euros group clash which saw the two sides meet.
England, who came third in the 2015 tournament after beating Germany 1-0 after extra in the third-place play-off game, were 6-0 winners in Holland and will be looking for another strong start in France.
The news comes just a day after England and Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs was ruled out of the tournament next summer after undergoing surgery on a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament.
The reigning champions have been drawn in Group F alongside Chile, Sweden and Thailand whilst hosts France will take on Korea Republic in the opening game on Friday, June 7 at the Parc de Princes, Paris.
The tournament will be on between Friday, June 7 and Sunday, July 7, with the final being held in Lyon.
2019 Women's World Cup groups