The draw takes place in Monaco's Grimaldi Forum from 13:00 CET and bundesliga.com will be bringing you all the latest news and reaction from the draw.
That concludes our coverage of the draw. The Bundesliga representatives can be pleased with their lot and stand a good chance of progressing to the next round. Thanks a lot for joining us, until next time!
Eintracht Frankfurt's Group F now also has its full quota of teams. They'll be testing their mettle against APOEL, Bordeaux and Maccabi Tel Aviv of Israel.
Freiburg's Group H is now complete. They'll be going up against Sevilla, Estoril and Czech side Liberec.
Now we move on to Pot 4...
Eintracht Frankfurt are drawn in Group F, with French side Bordeaux and Cyprian outfit APOEL!
Portuguese side Estoril are drawn in Group H with Freiburg
The Pot 3 candidates are being drawn now - Eintracht Frankfurt are in that tub...
That's a tough draw for Christian Streich's men, Sevilla are a pretty nifty side. Mind you, Freiburg aren't too bad themselves. Anyone who can hold FC Bayern to a draw must be able able to play a bit, surely?
SC Freiburg are drawn in Group H, alongside Spanish side Sevilla!.
All the seeded teams from Pot 1 have been drawn, now we're on to Pot 2, which includes our very own SC Freiburg. Here we go...
Former FC Bayern Munich striker Mario Gomez will play in Group E with his new club ACF Fiorantina.
Bear with us Bundesliga fans, it may be a little while before we discover the fate of SC Freiburg and Eintracht Frankfurt. There are 48 clubs to be drawn after all...
The first team out of the pot are Valencia, swiftly followed by Dutch side PSV Eindhoven and Standard de Liege. Each of those clubs goes into a different group, of which there are 12 in total.
The top brass from the various clubs in attendances are listening intently, while the camera pans around showing the extremely shiny Europa League trophy from a variety of angles.
Former Chelsea and Real Madrid defender Ricardo Carvalho is welcomed out on stage and will be helping out with the draw. He is followed by UEFA Competitions Director Giorgio Marchetti, who gives an overview of the details of this year's tournament.
The Bundesliga had four representatives in the draw a year ago, but apart from the example of VfB Stuttgart, it is not necessarily bad news that there are fewer this time around. FC Schalke 04's win over PAOK FC means there are four German clubs in the UEFA Champions League this year, compared to three last term, when Borussia Mönchengladbach dropped into the Europa League to join Hannover 96, Stuttgart and Bayer 04 Leverkusen.
The draw is about to start, but it will be lacking VfB Stuttgart. They were eliminated by Rijeka on Thursday.
Draw -5 minutes: Freiburg have made it into Pot 2, meaning they will certainly miss the likes of PAOK, Wigan Athletic FC, Swansea FC, Real Betis and RB Salzburg, who could be opponents for Eintracht Frankfurt in Pot 3.
Draw -10 minutes: The stage is now set - AZ Alkmaar held on in the final 31 minutes of their tie with Atromitos FC this morning to complete the field of 48 clubs awaiting to learn their fate. Earlier today, APOEL FC were the lucky losers to take their place as a result of Besiktas JK's disqualification.
To get you in the mood, here's a reminder of how SC Freiburg made it into Europe with a stunning fifth-place finish in the Bundesliga last season.
Frankfurt's sixth-place finish was equally surprising with the league's newcomers making their return to Europe for the first time since 2006.
Frankfurt's qualification was not sealed there though. Armin Veh's men also needed to get the better of Qarabag FK before taking their place in today's draw.