The Champions League poorer cousin makes its group stage bow tonight, we look at the best ties involving British teams over the years.
10. Tottenham Hotspur 2-4 Feyenoord (agg): 1974, final
Having won the first Uefa Cup in 1972, Tottenham were back two years later to emulate their feat.
But the Dutch were always going to be a handful and so it proved.
Mike England (the only Welshman on the pitch) gave Spurs the lead at White Hart Lane before Willem van Hanegem drew the visitors level at half-time.
A Joop van Daele own goal restored Tottenham hopes but a late Theo de Jong equaliser meant the English side headed to Holland with the tie poised at 2-2.
Wim Rijsbergen and Peter Ressel secure the win for the Dutchmen and meant the Uefa Cup would leave English shores for the very first time.