Past competition winners Sevilla, Tottenham Hotspur, Feyenoord and Eintracht Frankfurt all will play first legs on the road in the Europa League fourth qualifying play-offs, which were drawn on Friday.
The 2006 and 2007 winners Sevilla from Spain were drawn against Polish side Slask Wroclaw, who reached the third qualifying round of the Champions League in 2012-13.
English side Tottenham Hotspur, who won the competition in 1972 and 1984, face off against 1981 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup finalists Dinamo Tbilisi of Georgia.
Dutch side Feyenoord, winners from 1974 and 2002, square off against Russian side Kuban Krasnodar, who knocked off Scottish side Motherwell in the third qualifying round in their European debut.
German side Eintracht Frankfurt, the champions from 1980, must face off against Azerbaijan side Qarabeg.
One other intriguing match-up is the 1961 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup champs and 1990 Europa League finalists Fiorentina facing Swiss side Grasshopper Zurich, who lost to Olympique Lyon in the Champions League third qualifying round.
The fixtures will be contested on August 22 and 29 with the 31 winners joining seven automatic qualifiers in the group stage as well as 10 losers from the Champions League play-offs round.
The group stage draw is on August 30 in Monaco.
Here a full listing of the fixtures (first time listed hosts first leg): Maccabi Haifa v FC Astra Udinese v Slovan Liberec Dinamo Tbilisi v Tottenham Hotspur Estoril Praia v Pasching Nomme Kalju v Dnipro Partizan v Thun Pandurii v Braga FH v Genk Minsk v Standard Liege St Gallen v Spartak Moscow Grasshopper Zurich v Fiorentina Tromso v Besiktas Atromitos v AZ Qarabag v Eintracht Frankfurt Maccabi Tel—Aviv v PAOK Esbjerg v Saint Etienne Rapid Vienna v Dila Gori Swansea v Petrolul Ploiesti FC Salzburg v Zalgiris Chornomorets v Skenderbeu Tranzonspor v Kukesi Zulte v Apoel Aktobe v Dynamo Kiev Slask Wroclaw v Sevilla Rijeka v Stuttgart Vojvodina v Sheriff Kuban v Feyenoord Apollon Limassol v Nice Elfsborg v Nordsjaelland Jablonec v Real Betis Molde v Rubin Kazan