The 20-year-old was part of England’s silver medal winning side at the 2013 Euros in Belgium and is hoping to go one better this year.
“I am delighted to have been selected for the EuroHockey 2015! I can’t wait to be back in front of a home crowd in London.”
In the pool stages England have avoided reigning Olympic and World Champions the Netherlands and open their campaign against Scotland tomorrow at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, followed by Italy and Germany in the group stages.
Lily will be looking to get her 50th cap during the tournament at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.
Great Britain women have already qualified for the Rio 2016, where Lily scored the only goal sealing the World League win over Germany in June.
England play their first game against Scotland tomorrow, Saturday, 22nd August at 6:15pm.