The draw has been made for the qualifying stage of the 2012/2013 European Under-19 Championship.
This draw will determine the teams that will progress to the Elite Qualifying Round.
The final tournament will take place in Lithuania, therefore the hosts gain automatic qualification.
England will face Ukraine, Estonia and Faroe Islands on their way to qualification in Group 13.
Arguably a tough group is that of Group 10 where Wales will have to make a huge effort in order to qualify.
They will face Russia, Sweden and Slovenia.
Here’s the full draw.
Group 1: Austria, Hungary, Andorra, Bulgaria
Group 2: Finland, Denmark, Montenegro, Cyprus
Group 3: Poland, Netherlands, San Marino, Malta
Group 4: Czech Republic, Greece, Northern Ireland, Moldova
Group 5: Germany, Republic of Ireland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Luxembourg
Group 6: France, Portugal, Israel, Latvia
Group 7: Belgium, Italy, Belarus, Albania
Group 8: Slovakia, Norway, Kazakhstan, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Group 9: Scotland, Switzerland, Armenia, Romania
Group 10: Wales, Russia, Sweden, Slovenia
Group 11: Croatia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iceland
Group 12: Ukraine, England, Faroe Islands, Estonia