Dungannon Swifts are to play Icelandic side IBK Keflavik in the Intertoto Cup in June after being granted a club licence by Uefa.
Joe McAree's Dungannon secured fourth place in the league
The Swifts qualify for the competition because they finished fourth in the Carnegie Premier League.
Keflavik will at home in the first leg on 17 June with the return at Mourneview Park in Lurgan a week later.
"We are delighted. Who would have thought Dungannon would be playing in Europe," said manager Joe McAree.
"But it is thoroughly deserved because the players have been fantastic this season.
"We have been playing two matches a week since the middle of February.
"We have come through 50 matches and scored more than 100 goals. We were the second highest scorers in the Premier League."