League of Ireland clubs have had mixed draws in the first round of the Europa League, with Shamrock Rovers the only side set to play in Ireland - against Finnish outfit Ilves Tampere.
The Hoops will play in Tallaght Stadium as Finland is on the Covid-19 travel green list.
Ilves Tampere are mid-table in the Finnish league and were beaten in the first round in 2018 in their last appearance in Europe in the previous three decades.
Bohemians face a trip to Hungary against Fehérvár, formerly known as Videoton.
They were runners-up in their league last year and will represent a big test of Keith Long's side. Their new season begins on Saturday.
Derry City will travel to Lithuania to meet Riteriai, who were knocked out of the competition at the first hurdle last year against a side from Iceland.
They are currently sixth in A Lyga in a disappointing league season in which they've won one of their last 14 matches, after finishing third last year.
Both Bohs and Derry will be able to play in the respective countries as they are green listed.
Ties take place as one-off games behind closed doors on 27 August, with extra time and a penalty shoot-out if required.
Winners advance to the second qualifying round.
Europa League first round draw:
Riteriai (Lithuania) v Derry City
Shamrock Rovers v Ilves Tampere (Finland)
Fehérvár (Hungary) v Bohemians
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