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UEFA Champions League qualifying explained

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UEFA Champions League qualifying explained

Struggling to get to grips with the UEFA Champions League qualifying system? Allow us to explain.

Qualifying for the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League spans more than two months; heres how it works.

How it worksThis mini-tournament took place in Kosovo. The two semi-final winners progressed to the 28 June final, with hosts Feronikeli emerging as overall victors to progress to the first qualifying round.

Losing teams: the losers of both the semi-finals and the final have transferred to the champions path of the UEFA Europa League second qualifying round.

Draw: 18 JuneFixtures: 9/10 & 16/17 July

Teams: 32Already known: 32 (including preliminary round winners Feronikeli)

How it worksThere will be 16 two-legged ties, with the winners going into the champions path of the second qualifying round.

Losing teams: transferred to the champions path of the UEFA Europa League second qualifying round, except for the tie between Celtic and Sarajevo. An additional draw decided that the losers of this tie would progress to the third qualifying round, due to the rebalancing of the access list following Liverpool winning the UEFA Champions League and qualifying for the UEFA Champions League group stage via the domestic league.

At this stage, qualifying splits into two paths  the champions path and the league path. The champions path is for domestic title holders; the league path is for teams who clinched spots behind the champions in their leagues.

Draw: 19 JuneFixtures: 23/24 July & 30/31 July

Teams: 20Already known: 4To be decided: 16 (first qualifying round winners)

How it worksThere will be ten two-legged ties, with the winners advancing to the champions path of the third qualifying round.

Losing teams: transfer to the champions path of the UEFA Europa League third qualifying round.

How it worksThere will be two two-legged ties, with the winners going into the league path of the third qualifying round.

Losing teams: transfer to the main path of the UEFA Europa League third qualifying round.

Draw: 22 JulyFixtures: 6/7 & 13 August

Teams: 12Already known: 2To be decided: 10 (second qualifying round champions path winners)

How it worksThere will be six two-legged ties, with the winners proceeding to the champions path of the play-offs.

Losing teams: transfer to the champions path of the UEFA Europa League play-offs.

Teams: 8Already known: 6To be decided: 2 (second qualifying round league path winners)

How it worksThere will be four two-legged ties, with the winners going into the league path of the play-offs.

Losing teams: transfer to the UEFA Europa League group stage.

Draw: 5 AugustFixtures: 20/21 & 27/28 August

Teams: 8Already known: 2To be decided: 6 (third qualifying round champions path winners)

How it worksThere will be four two-legged ties, with the winners progressing to the group stage.

Losing teams: transfer to the UEFA Europa League group stage.

Teams: 4Already known: 0To be decided: 4 (third qualifying round league path winners)

How it worksThere will be two two-legged ties, with the winners advancing to the group stage.

Losing teams: transfer to the UEFA Europa League group stage.

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