BBC Sport Slovak side Spartak Trnava and Malta's Valletta have been confirmed among Celtic's potential Champions League first qualifying-round opponents. Brendan Rodgers' side will feature in the first and second qualifying round draws on Tuesday in Nyon,... --
Irish Mirror Cork City go into the hat for the first round of qualifiers for the Champions League this morning. The League of Ireland champions will look to follow in Dundalk's footsteps and make waves on the European stage. The draw for the first and second rounds ... -
Irish Times Cork City will learn their Champions League fate on Tuesday when the draw for the first and second qualifying rounds are made in Nyon, Switzerland (11.0am Irish time). John Caulfield's champions are unseeded in the draw, and could face one of five ... --
Independent.ie Cork City have been handed a tough Champions League encounter against Polish side Legia Warsaw. https://www.independent.ie/sport/soccer/league-of-ireland/cork-city-handed-tough-champions-league-encounter-against-legia-warsaw-37026662.html.
BBC Sport Welsh Premier League champions The New Saints face KF Shkendija in the Champions League first qualifying round. The Welsh team will travel to the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on 10 or 11 July with the home second leg on 17 or 18 July.
Kfm Radio The S-S-E Airtricity League champions are unseeded for the draw and could be paired with the likes of Legia Warsaw, Malmo or Rosenborg. Dundalk, Derry City and Shamrock Rovers go into the hat for the Europa League qualifier draw. Sharing is caring!
European Handball Champions League The line-up of the teams for the Women's EHF Champions League 2018/19 has been confirmed after the EHF Executive Committee in Glasgow, Scotland has decided on all teams starting either in the group matches or in the qualification tournaments.
European Handball Champions League All 16 teams for the VELUX EHF Champions League Groups A and B and also all 12 sides for Groups C and D have been confirmed as the EHF Executive Committee in Glasgow, Scotland reached its decision on the teams taking part in the 2018/19 season.