Manchester United will face Club Brugge in the third qualifying round of the Champions League.
The first leg of the ties will take place on 18-19 August, with the return matches on 25-26 August, with the winners progressing to the group stages.
The Red Devils have never played the Belgians, who finished runners-up to K.A.A. Gent in their domestic league last season, in a competitive match before.
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But Brugge will be well known to fans of Liverpool, who faced them in two European finals in the 1970s.
The Reds prevailed over two legs in the 1975-76 UEFA Cup and then beat to defend the European Cup two years later courtesy of a solitary goal from club legend Kenny Dalglish.
In total, Brugge have lost half of their 20 matches against English opposition, winning six and drawing four, but they have not been victorious since a 1-0 success over Chelsea in 1994-95.
Elsewhere, Celtic have been drawn against Swedish champions Malmo, while Southampton will face Danish side FC Midtjylland for a place in the group stages of the Europa League.
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