Arsenal will take on Linkoping in the Women’s Champions League Round 1, with a pathway to the group stage of the 2023–24 competition being mapped out.
Jonas Eidevall’s team went all the way to the semi-finals during the 2022–2023 campaign before losing to Wolfsburg.
They will now have a long European campaign after finishing third in the WSL last season.
Arsenal are in Group 3, with 16 sides placed into four knockout mini-tournaments of four teams each.
On the other side of the Gunners’ group are Paris FC and FC Kryvbas.
The winners of the four finals will progress to Round 2, with five group stage places up for grabs at that stage.