England were drawn in Group G for the 2018 World Cup alongside Belgium following the draw in Moscow on Friday.
The 32 teams were divided into four pots of eight based on their October FIFA world rankings, and were drawn into eight groups of four from A to H.
Russia, Uruguay, Egypt, Saudi Arabia
Portugal, Spain, Iran, Morocco
France, Peru, Denmark, Australia
Argentina, Croatia, Iceland, Nigeria
Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia
Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
Belgium, England, Tunisia, Panama
Poland, Colombia, Senegal, Japan