Last week Scotland under-17 women reached the UEFA elite round, after progressing from their group in second place.
They defeated Croatia 4-0 first up before beating Kazakhstan 8-0 and losing 4-0 to France.
Scotland will now be in the hat for the elite round and the draw will take place on Friday 11th November as they look to reach the championships in Czech Republic.
Head coach Pauline Hamill said: “My focus is always on the team getting better and individuals developing. Whilst the scoreline matters, it’s also about playing teams from a higher level to help us learn and give us more experience.
“The players really improved over the course of the eight days they were together and to qualify after their first two matches was a good achievement.
“All of the girls have been inspired by the ‘A’ squad’s latest achievements and are aspiring to reach that level one day.”
Scotland under 17s Squad
Jade Baillie (Celtic), Kiera Gibson (Celtic), Lindsey Blues (Celtic), Nicole Cameron (Celtic), Leah Eddie (Central Girls Academy), Michaela McAlonie (Hearts Ladies), Kimberley McAlpine (Central Girls Academy), Shaney McCabe (Central Girls Academy), Georgia Adderley (Spartans), Kaela McDonald-Nguah (Celtic), Kristie McIntosh (Glasgow City), Jemma Marriott (Glasgow City), Amy Muir (Rangers), Elena Santoyo-Brown (Boroughmuir Thistle), Abby Callaghan (Celtic), Morgan Cross (Central Girls Academy), Jamie-Lee Napier (Celtic), Megan Robb (Dundee United)
Picture credit: Youth Football Scotland and Malcolm McKenzie