The Europa Conference League will enter its third season in 2023/24, with Roma and West Ham having been crowned winners of the first two tournaments.
The Europa Conference League was launched in 2021 as UEFA's third-tier club competition alongside the Champions League and Europa League.
The competition is set to be renamed from the UEFA Europa Conference League to the UEFA Conference League from the 2024-25 season onwards.
The Europa Conference League group stages involves 32 teams, with 22 earning their place via qualifying, and the remaining 10 berths made up for teams parachuting down from the UEFA Europa League play-offs.
There are a total of four qualifying rounds, before a play-off round takes place to determine which teams make it through to the group stages.
The next draw in Europa Conference League Qualifying will be for the play-off round, which takes place on 7th August 2023.
The first leg of the play-off round ties will take place on 24th August, with the return legs scheduled for 31st August.
Europa Conference League draws are typically available to watch live on UEFA's official website, YouTube channel and app.
The third Europa Conference League final will take place at the Agia Sophia Stadium in Athens. Greece.
This venue is the home of Greek side AEK Athens, and has an official capacity of 32,500.
The winners of the final will automatically be granted a place in the group stages of next year's Europa League.