The elite round draw splits 24 teams into six groups of four to produce seven sides to join hosts Northern Ireland in the 2017 final tournament.
Group 1 (26–31 May): Spain, Belgium, Hungary*, Russia
Group 2 (5–10 April): England, Czech Republic, Denmark, Turkey*
Group 3 (6–11 April): France (holders), Netherlands*, Slovenia, Portugal
Group 4 (4–9 April): Finland, Republic of Ireland*, Scotland, Ukraine
Group 5 (5–10 April): Serbia, Sweden, Norway*, Italy
Group 6 (7–12 June): Germany*, Poland, Switzerland, Iceland
Bye to finals: Northern Ireland (hosts)
11:00CET, 11 November, Nyon
• Teams are split into four seeding pots based on qualifying round results, with France, England and Germany in Pot 1 as top seeds having received a bye.
Pot A: France (holders), England. Germany, Spain, Finland, Serbia
Pot B: Republic of Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Poland, Czech Republic
Pot C: Switzerland, Hungary, Slovenia, Scotland, Denmark, Norway
Pot D: Iceland, Italy, Portugal, Turkey, Ukraine, Russia
• The sides are drawn into six groups of four teams, with one then appointed as hosts. No country can meet a nation they played in the qualifying round.
Qualifying round (group winners listed first):
Group 1: Poland, Norway
Group 2: Republic of Ireland, Italy
Group 3: Belgium
Group 4: Serbia, Scotland
Group 5: Slovenia, Russia
Group 6: Finland, Iceland
Group 7: Sweden, Portugal
Group 8: Spain, Ukraine
Group 9: Czech Republic, Switzerland
Group 10: Netherlands, Turkey
Group 11: Hungary, Denmark
Bye: France (holders), England, Germany
Road to Northern Ireland
• Games take place between 3 and 11 April, or 5 and 13 June. The six group winners and the runner-up with the best record against the teams first and third in their pool qualify to join hosts Northern Ireland in the finals from 8 to 20 August.
• The competition will act as a qualifier for the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup, with France already in those finals as hosts.