Having topped a group that featured Wales in qualifying, Phil Neville's Lionesses will face another home nation in the finals in Scotland, who England beat 6-0 in their opening game of Euro 2017, while 2011 Women's World Cup champions Japan are also in their pool.
The tournament begins on June 7 next year in France.
Reflecting on the draw, Neville told Goal: "We can play Scotland or Argentina, in a particular context, it’s only three points.
"If I told my players that we’re only going to France to win the bronze medal they would say I’m the wrong manager because my players are ambitious and they want to be challenged.
"They want to win the World Cup so it’s starting now. We’re going to spend a lot of time on aeroplanes, in hotels, training pitches. To play two games in the same place is an advantage for us."
Norway, meanwhile, may well be without Ballon d'Or winner Ada Hegerberg for the tournament in France.
The Lyon forward has not played for her country since taking a break from international football back in 2017, and head coach Martin Sjogren is unsure if she'll be available for selection in 2019.
"You'll have to ask her," he added. "At the moment the situation is locked. She's very clear that she doesn't want to play for the national team. We have to respect that. We'll see. We've had no dialogue with her at the moment."
On Norway's chances, Sjogren added: "The big favourite [in the group] will be France. it's quite open between the other three. We have a decent chance, we just have to work hard, do a good job. We'll be well prepared and hopefully we can do well."