Burnley's return to the European stage after a 51-year absence will see them locking horns with Scottish Premiership outfit Aberdeen next month.
The Clarets, who finished seventh in last season's Premier League to earn a shot at the Europa League qualifiers, were paired with Derek McInnes' team in Wednesday's draw for the second qualifying round in Nyon.
Sean Dyche's men will travel to Pittodrie on 26th July, before the Dons come to Turf Moor a week later.
Their trip to the north coast of Scotland will be Burnley's first taste of European action since they went out of the Fairs Cup to Eintracht Frankfurt at the quarter-final stage in 1967.
While their fans might have been hoping they would land something a bit more exotic, Dyche is welcoming the challenge of facing the second-best team in Scotland's top flight.
"Everyone knows it could have been anything, looking at the draw with the amount of different teams from different countries involved, and lo and behold we get someone just up the road," said the Burnley boss.
"But we've worked hard to get here and we'll look forward to the challenge it brings.
"We know we won't be travelling far, so it won't be too unfamiliar, and it brings focus to the end part of the pre-season now that we know who we've got."
Burnley are 10/3 to finish in the top-half of next season's Premier League. Aberdeen meanwhile are 31/20 to beat Rangers on the opening day of their new season on 5th August.
New Ibrox boss Steven Gerrard will kick-start his tenure by facing Macedonian minnows FK Shkupi in the first qualifying round next month, with either Moldovan outfit Petrocub or Osijek of Croatia awaiting the winners.
Neil Lennon's Hibernian were paired with NSI Runavik of the Faroe Islands in the first qualifying round.
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