Newcastle will face French side Bordeaux, CS Maritimo of Portugal, and Belgium's Club Brugge in the Europa League group stage.
Newcastle were in the hat for the draw following their win in the Fourth Qualifying Round against Greek side Atromitos.
The Magpies were drawn in Group D, and will kick off the next stage of the competition on Thursday September 20 in Portugal, taking on a Maritimo side who finished 5th in last season's Primeira Liga.
Newcastle managed to stay clear of the big teams in the draw such as Inter Milan, Atletico Madrid and Lyon.
Newcastle's first home game in the group stage is against Bordeaux October 4. They will finish the group in Bordeaux on December 6.
Newcastle's Europa League group stage fixtures in full:
Thursday September 20 - CS Maritimo v Newcastle
Thursday October 4 - Newcastle v Bordeaux
Thursday October 25 - Newcastle v Club Brugge
Thursday November 8 - Club Brugge v Newcastle
Thursday November 22 - Newcastle v CS Maritimo
Thursday December 6 - Bordeaux v Newcastle
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