St Patrick's will face either Celtic or KR Reykjavik in the Champions League third qualifying round if they come through their second-round tie against Legia Warsaw.
The Scottish title-winners on Tuesday secured a 1-0 first-leg victory over their Icelandic opponents away from home in what was new Hoops boss Ronny Deila’s first game in charge.
The second leg is next Tuesday, 24 hours before League of Ireland Premier Division champions St Patrick’s host Polish side Legia in the return leg of their tie, the opening encounter of which finished in a 1-1 draw.
Cliftonville of the Danske Bank Premiership have been drawn to face either Beluras’ BATE Borisov or Albanian outfit KS Skenderbeu if they get past Hungarians Debrecen, who they drew 0-0 with at home this week.
The first legs are set to be played on July 29 and 30 with the second legs on August 5 and 6.
The UEFA Champions League Third Qualifying Round Draw:
Standard Liege v Panathinaikos
Dnipro v FC Copenhagen
Grasshoppers v Lille
AEL v FC Zenit
Feyenoord v Besikas
These games will be played over the 29/30 July and 5/6 August
Champions Route: Group 1:
Legia Warsaw / Saint Patrick’s Athletic v KR Reykjavik / Cetic
Cliftonville / Debreceni v FC Bate / KS Skenderbeu
SK Slovan Bratislava / The New Saints FC v FC Sheriff / FK Sutjeska
Valetta / Qarabag FK v FC Salzburg
Aalborg v Dinamo Zagreb / VMFD Zaliris
Champions Route: Group 2:
Sparta Prague / Levadia Tallin v Malmo FF / FK Ventspils
Ludogorets / F91 Dudelange v FK Partizan / HB Toshavn
Zrinjski Mostar / NK Maribor v FC Santa Coloma / Maccabi Tel-Aviv
Dinamo Tbilisi / Aktobe v Stromgodset / Steaua Bucuresti
Rabotnicki Kometal / HJK Helsinki v APOEL
Fixture dates for the Champions Route will be confirmed at a later date.