Four British sides will be in the hat: Liverpool and Brighton finished fifth and sixth respectively in the Premier League to qualify for the Europa League, while West Ham won the Europa Conference League to book their spot. Rangers finished runners-up in the Scottish Premiership to reach the Champions League play-offs, but they lost to PSV Eindhoven.
For the final time before the competition takes on the new Swiss-system format next season, 32 teams will be split into eight groups of four. Each group will contain one team from each of the four seeded pots, and clubs from the same national league will not be drawn together in the same group.
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When is the Europa League draw?
The draw for the group stage will take place in Monaco on Friday 1 September, at 12pm BST.
Which clubs have already qualified?
There are 22 clubs qualified for the Europa League group stage, with 10 play-offs to decide the remaining places.
Austria: Sturm Graz
England: Brighton, Liverpool, West Ham
Italy: Atalanta, Roma
Greece: AEK Athens, Panathinaikos
Israel: Maccabi Haifa
Poland: Rakow CzÄstochowa
Portugal: Sporting CP
Who are in the play-offs?
Aberdeen vs Hacken (2-2 agg) (KO 7.45pm)
Ajax vs Ludogorets (4-1 agg) (KO 7.00pm)
Aris Limassol vs Slovan Bratislava (1-2 agg) (KO 6.00pm)
Cukaricki vs Olympiacos (1-3 agg) (KO 7.00pm)
Qarabag vs Olimpija Ljubljana (2-0 agg) (KO 5.00pm)
Lugano vs Union Saint Gilloise (0-2 agg) (KO 7.30pm)
Sheriff vs KI Klaksvik (1-1 agg) (KO 6.00pm)
Sparta Prague vs Dinamo Zagreb (2-0 agg) (KO 6.00pm)
Zorya vs Slavia Prague (0-2 agg) (KO 6.00pm)
Zrinjski Mostar vs LASK (1-2 agg) (KO 8.00pm)
What are the Europa League group stage dates?
Matchday 1: 21 September
Matchday 2: 5 October
Matchday 3: 26 October
Matchday 4: 9 November
Matchday 5: 30 November
Matchday 6: 14 December