Tottenham are today awaiting their Europa Conference League fate ahead of the play-offs draw.
It is the inaugural competition, with Spurs qualifying after finishing seventh in the Premier League last season.
Republic of Ireland's Bohemians, Shamrock and Dundalk are also in the mix, along with Scottish pair Hibernian and Aberdeen and Welsh side The New Saints.
When is the Europa Conference League play-off draw?
The draw will take place from Uefa's Nyon headquarters on Monday, August 2.
It is expected to start around 1pm BST.
How to watch the draw?
The play-off draw will be streamed live from Uefa's website.
Coverage is expected to start around 1pm BST.
Who can Tottenham face?
There are four groups, each consisting of four seeded teams and four unseeded teams, plus a 'Champions' pot, with five seeds and five unseeded.
Spurs are Group 1, which means their possible opponents will come from the four third qualifying round fixtures.
CSKA Sofia vs NK Osijek
Pacos de Ferreira vs Larne
Bredablik vs Aberdeen
FK Cukaricki vs Hammarby
That group of eight will be whittled down to two in the draw, with the winner of that tie decided on August 12.
The two-legged play-off fixtures will be played across August 19 and 26.