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TNS, who have previously played Manchester City in European competition, will have to switch their home leg from the Treflan on safety grounds and may opt for Wrexham's Racecourse Ground


First qualifying round draw


Game 2 FC Haka v Pyunik

Game 3 HB Torshavn v FBK Kaunas

Game 4 FC Levadia Tallinn v Dinamo Tbilisi

Game 5 NK Gorica v KF Tirana

Game 6 FC Kairat Almaty v FC Artmedia Bratislava

Game 7 PFC Neftchi v FH Hafnarfjordur

Game 8 Rabotnicki v Skonto FC


Game 10 Dinamo Minsk v Anorthosis Famagusta

Game 11Sliema Wanderers v FC Sheriff

Game 12 F91 Dudelange v NK Zrinjski

(Ties to be played over two legs 12/13 July and 19/20 July)


Second qualifying round draw

FC Kairat Almaty or FC Artmedia Bratislava v CELTIC

HB Torshavn or FBK Kaunas v LIVERPOOL or TNS

GLENTORAN or SHELBOURNE v Steaua Bucharest

Levadia Tallinn or Dinamo Tbilisi v Brondby

Partizan Belgrade v Sliema Wanderers or Sheriff Tiraspol

Debrecen v Hajduk Split

NK Gorica or SK Tirana v CSKA Sofia

Anderlecht v FH Neftchi or Hafanarjordur

Valerenga v FC Haka or FC Pyunik

Rabotnicki or Skonto Riga v Lokomotiv Moscow

F91 Dudelange or Zrinjski Mostar v Rapid Vienna

Dynamo Kiev v FC Thun

Malmo v Maccabi Haifa

Dinamo Minsk or Anorthosis Famagusta v Trabzonspor

(Ties to be played over two legs 26/27 July and 2/3 August)


The draw for the third and final qualifying round takes place on 29 July.

A total of 74 clubs will take part in the Champions League, the three qualifying rounds involve 58 clubs.

From the qualifying rounds 16 teams will go through to the group stage, to join a further 16 clubs who have qualified automatically.

(Pasted from bbc.co.uk)

To bad an all Irish Ist round Q tie , but it looks like Welsh Premier Champion will make some $ with it's Liverpool tie.

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quote:Originally posted by Breakwood

"Game 7 PFC Neftchi v FH Hafnarfjordur "

Jeeze thats a long way to travel, Azerbaijan to Iceland.

P.S TNS' home leg will be played at the Millenium Stadium according to FSWC

from today's BBC site:

Last Updated: Monday, 27 June, 2005, 14:25 GMT 15:25 UK

TNS fail in bid for Goodison move

TNS thrilled with Liverpool tie

Liverpool drawn against TNS

Total Network Solutions' bid to move their Champions League qualifier against Liverpool to the home of arch-rivals Everton has failed.

Managing director Mike Harris was ready to sound out Everton about playing the game at Goodison Park on 19 or 20 July.

But a Uefa spokesman said: "The match has to be played in the territory where the club comes from."

Uefa says a decision on a venue must be made on Wednesday, with the game likely to go ahead at The Racecourse, Wrexham.

The Uefa spokesman added: "Moving this match to Everton is simply not possible."

A precise date and kick-off time have still to be agreed, with officials from the Welsh club hoping to secure extra funding through live television coverage.

However, it has been confirmed the first leg will take place at Anfield on Tuesday, July 12.


So much for Mike Harris's attempt at a Common Sense Revoloution:)

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