Rijeka Learn UEFA Champions League Qualifying Opponents

British sides set to learn European opponents

British sides set to learn European opponents

Rangers will face either Cypriot club AEL Limassol or St Josephs of Gibraltar should they emerge victorious from their first qualifying round match against Progres Niederkorn in the Europa League.

There are three qualifying rounds and then a final play-off round before the group stage, with Scottish champions Celtic entered into the second qualifying round, along with Irish side Dundalk. They will be seeded in every qualifying round they play.

Rangers will begin their competitive campaign against a side that finished fourth in the Luxembourg championship last season, 21 points behind league winners F91 Dudelange.

Arsenal's fifth-place finish meant they missed out on the Champions League and instead earned an automatic place in the Europa League group stage.

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Ballymena United will also face Norwegian opposition in Odd.

Welsh Cup winners Bala Town were drawn against Vaduz of Liechtenstein while Derry City will play Danish outfit Midtjylland.

For only the second time in the club's history, Rijeka will have a chance this summer to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.

Saints play the first leg at their Park Hall home on 27 June, with the return leg on 4 July played in Portugal.

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