Chelsea, Arsenal, Celtic and Rangers learned their European fate today with the draw taking place for the Europa League group stages.
Having finished fifth and sixth in the Premier League, Chelsea and Arsenal missed out on a place in yesterdays Champions League draw, playing in the second tier of European football, the UEFA Europa League.
Fellow Premier League side Burnley missed out after failing to overturn a 3-1 deficit in the play-off tie against Olympiakos, while Old Firm duo Celtic and Rangers will also represent British football.
Draw in full…
Group A: Bayer Leverkusen, Lodogorets, FC Zurich, AEK Larnaca.
Group B: FC Salzburg, CELTIC, RB Leipzig, Rosenborg.
Group C: Zenit St Petersburg, FC Copenhagen, Bordeaux, Slavia Prague.
Group D: Anderlecht, Fenerbahce, Dinamo Zagreb, Spartak Trnava.
Group E: ARSENAL, Sporting Lisbon, Qarabag, Vorskla.
Group F: Olympiakos, AC Milan, Real Betis, Dudelange.
Group G: Villareal, Rapid Vienna, Spartak Moscow, RANGERS.
Group H: Lazio, Marseille, Frankfurt, Apollon.
Group I: Besiktas, Genk, Malmo, Sarpsborg.
Group J: Sevilla, Krasnodar, Standard Liege, Akhisar.
Group K: Dynamo Kiev, Astana, Rennes, Jablonec.
Group L: CHELSEA, PAOK, BATE Borisov, Vidi.