Holly Munro will captain the Girls team which starts its campaign against hosts Ireland (5.45 pm) on Sunday, whilst Louisa Bray is one of two goalkeepers in the England squad.
England continue with a match against Germany on Tuesday (10 am) before completing their Pool B schedule against Russia on Wednesday (9.45 am).
If England finish in the top two, they will play in next Friday’s semi-finals, otherwise they will have to battle against relegation in Pool C against the teams which finish third and fourth in Pool A.
The teams in Pool A are: Belgium, Netherlands, Poland and Spain.
England would carry forward their result against their other Pool B opponent to join them in Pool C.
The final and bronze medal match are both scheduled for Saturday 30 July.
Meanwhile in England’s boys team, Eddie Way, who will be playing for the University of Birmingham in 2016-17 will join current Surbiton team-mate, Evan Kimber in the Emerald Isle.
The boys start against the Netherlands on Sunday (3.30 pm) and then face Italy on Monday (again 3.30 pm). Their final Pool B game is against Spain at noon on Wednesday and depending on their pool position, they will play in the semi-finals or battle against relegation.
The teams in Pool A are Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany and Ireland.
As with the girls, the boys semi-finals are on Friday and the final and bronze medal matches are both scheduled for Saturday 30 July.