Wales will face hosts France in their opening game of this year’s Toulon Tournament.
In what will be Wales’ first time in the competition, Rob Page’s side kick-off their campaign against the 12-time winners on Tuesday, May 30 at the Stade de Lattre in Aubagne.
Wales will then face Bahrain on June 2 at the Stade Parsemain before finishing the group stages against Ivory Coast on June 5.
If they were to progress, the semi-finals will be played on Thursday, June 8 before the final and third-place game taking place two days later on June 10.
This will be the 45th edition of Toulon with 12 teams taking part in three groups of four, and the group winners as well as the best second-placed team will qualify for the semi-finals.
Group A: England, Japan, Angola, Cuba
Group B: France, Ivory Coast, WALES, Bahrain
Group C: Brazil, Czech Republic, Scotland, Indonesia