Connah’s Quay Nomads set to face Kilmarnock in Europa League next season
Update:Connah’s Quay Nomads have been drawn against Kilmarnock in the first Qualifying Round of the 2019/20 UEFA Europa League.
A Nomads official initially said the home leg of the tie is likely to be played at Rhyl FC’s Belle Vue Stadium on July 11th with the return leg in Kilmarnock on July 18 but the clubs are waiting for confirmation.
‼️ BREAKING NEWS ‼️
The Nomads will face Kilmarnock in the UEFA Europa League First Qualifying Round
Further information to follow… pic.twitter.com/87nFUBiF2q
— Connah’s Quay Nomads (@the_nomads) June 18, 2019
Earlier report: Connah’s Quay Nomads will find out today who they will face in First Qualifying Round of the 2019/20 UEFA Europa League
Nomads officials will be attending this afternoons draw which takes place at UEFA HQ in Nyon, Switzerland.
✈️ Let’s go to @UEFA !@EuropaLeague draw, here we come!
I’m hoping to be streaming live on @the_nomads Twitter account so keep your eyes there today… pic.twitter.com/uzmE25Bu1f
— Nikitas Mesney (@nikitasmesney) June 18, 2019
There are a number of big teams entering the competition at the First Qualifying Round stage this season with Polish side Legia Warsaw the highest ranked side.
Brann (Norway), FC Vaduz (Liechtenstein), Kilmarnock (Scotland), Malmo (Sweden) and Vitebsk (Belarus) are all possible destinations for Andy Morrison’s side.
Brann, Malmo and Vitebsk are all currently playing in new League campaigns, with FC Vaduz and Kilmarnock, the only other two teams who are on an off-season break like the Nomads writes clwbpeldroed.org
The two legs will be played over two weeks, with the first taking place on the 11th of July, before the return leg on the 18th.