Find out what European giants will visit White Hart Lane, Craven Cottage, the Britannia Stadium and St Andrew’s.
Tottenham will face Irish giantkillers Shamrock Rovers in the Europa League group stage.
Rovers, the first Irish side to have progressed to this stage of European football, beat Partizan Belgrade 2-1 on Thursday night to secure a place in today’s draw.
The clubs are in Group A against Rubin Kazan, from Russia, and Greek side PAOK Salonika.
Fulham face FC Twente from Holland, Odense from Denmark and Wisla Krakow from Poland in Group K.
Stoke will play Dynamo Kiev, Besiktas and Hapoel Tel Aviv in Group E, while Birmingham are in Group H with Club Brugge, Braga and Maribor.
If Celtic are successful in replacing Sion, who are alleged to have breached a transfer ban, they would be in Group I with Atletico Madrid, Udinese and Rennes.
Tottenham Hotspur, Rubin Kazan, PAOK, Shamrock Rovers.
FC Copenhagen, Standard Liege, Hannover, Vorskla.
PSV Eindhoven, Hapoel Tel-Aviv, Rapid Bucharest, Legia Warsaw.
Sporting Lisbon, Lazio, Zurich, Vaslui.
Dynamo Kiev, Besiktas, Stoke City, Maccabi Tel-Aviv.
Paris St Germain, Athletic Bilbao, Salzburg, Slovan Bratislava.
AZ Alkmaar, Metalist, Austria Wien, Malmo.
Braga, Club Brugge, Birmingham City, Maribor.
Atletico Madrid, Udinese, Rennes, Sion.
Schalke, Steaua Bucharest, Maccabi Haifa, AEK Larnaca.
FC Twente, Fulham, Odense, Wisla Krakow.
Anderlecht, AEK Athens, Lokomotiv Moscow, Sturm Graz.