Jordan Henderson celebrates his play-off goal against Romania
England's Under-21s have been handed arguably the toughest possible draw for the 2011 European Championship finals.
Boss Stuart Pearce's side paid the price for failing to achieve seeded status as they were placed in Group B with Spain, Czech Republic and Ukraine.
Hosts Denmark, Switzerland, Belarus and Iceland are in Group A for the tournament which runs 11-25 June.
England were runners-up at the 2009 event, losing 4-0 to Germany in the final, and semi-finalists in 2007.
However, Pearce's men are only one of three survivors from the 2009 tournament in Sweden, along with Spain and Belarus. Major nations such as champions Germany, Italy, France, Portugal and Holland all failed to qualify.
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