By ROB HARRIS
AP Global Soccer Writer
MANCHESTER, England (AP) — England will open the Women’s European Championship against Austria on July 6 at Old Trafford. The draw for the tournament also pitted host nation England with British rival Northern Ireland and Norway in Group A. Record eight-time European champion Germany is in Group B with Spain, Finland and Denmark, which lost in the 2017 final. The Netherlands is in Group C with Sweden, Russia and Switzerland. Group D features France, Italy, Belgium and Iceland. The top two from each group advances to the quarterfinals. The final is at Wembley Stadium on July 31.