Lorraine Ugen will lead the British team taking on world and Olympic champions from around the globe in the inaugural Athletics World Cup.
The 26-year-old set the long jump world lead with a leap of 7.05m earlier this month and stood in to win Commonwealth Games relay gold for England in April.
The United States, Jamaica, Germany, France, China, Poland and South Africa will also compete at London Stadium.
Elaine Thompson – 100m and 200m Olympic champion – is part of Jamaica’s team.
Her compatriot, captain and seven-time world champion Shelley-Ann Fraser Pryce will make her comeback to the sport after missing 2017 with the birth of her first child.
Akani Simbine – who beat Jamaica’s Yohan Blake to 100m gold at the Commonwealth Games – is part of the South African team, along with long jump world champion Luvo Manyonga.
Elsewhere Polish world and Olympic champion Anita Wlodarczyk competes in the javelin with American pole vaulter Sam Hendricks returning to the stage where he won world gold last summer.
British world indoor champion Andrew Pozzi will face off against Jamaica’s Ronald Levy, American Devon Allen and France’s Pascal Martinot-Lagarde in a 110m hurdles race that contains four of the 12 fastest men of the year.