Sixteen community clubs are represented in the England squad, Leigh Miners having the most included with four.
England head coach Allan Coleman commenting: “It’s been really difficult picking this year’s U19s squad. So far training has gone well, and the players are really settling in together.”
“We know what lies ahead with the European Championship, it will be the toughest competition these young players have played in. They are certainly looking forward to it, it’s a chance for these lads to show everyone the ability and quality they have.”
A final training session will take place this Saturday before the England squad depart for the tournament early next week.
England play their first match at the Championship on Sunday 5th August again host Serbia.
ENGLAND U19 SQUAD
Liam Kenyon (Blackbrook), George Senior (Dewsbury Celtic), Jake Bradley (Hensingham), Bradley Holroyd (Leigh East), Louis Brogan, Calum Coleman, Robert Crompton, Joe Digby (Leigh Miners), Benjamin Bradshaw (Myton), Callum Wood (Orrell St James), Brandon Wood (Rochdale Mayfield), Elias Harrison, Curtis Williamson (Skirlaugh), Benjamin Selby (Stanningley), Sam Favell (Thatto Heath), Cameron Hetherington (Walney Central), Curtis Teare (Wath Brow), James Goulsbra-Miller (West Hull), Leon Harber, Gary McMahon (Wigan St Judes), Ben Holmes (Wigan St Patricks)