2019–20 UEFA Europa League qualifying phase and play-off round (Champions Path)

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This page summarises the Champions Path matches of 2019–20 UEFA Europa League qualifying phase and play-off round.[1]

Times are CEST (UTC+2), as listed by UEFA (local times, if different, are in parentheses).

Second qualifying round[edit]

Summary[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina Bye N/A N/A N/A
Tre Penne San Marino 0–10 Lithuania Sūduva 0–5 0–5
Piast Gliwice Poland 4–4 (a) Latvia Riga 3–2 1–2
Partizani Albania 1–2 Moldova Sheriff Tiraspol 0–1 1–1
Ararat-Armenia Armenia 4–1 Gibraltar Lincoln Red Imps 2–0 2–1
Valur Iceland 1–5 Bulgaria Ludogorets Razgrad 1–1 0–4
Slovan Bratislava Slovakia 4–1 Kosovo Feronikeli 2–1 2–0
FC Santa Coloma Andorra 1–4 Kazakhstan Astana 0–0 1–4
HB Tórshavn Faroe Islands 2–3 Northern Ireland Linfield 2–2 0–1
Shkëndija North Macedonia 2–3 Luxembourg F91 Dudelange 1–2 1–1

Matches[edit]

Tre Penne San Marino0–5Lithuania Sūduva
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Sūduva Lithuania5–0San Marino Tre Penne
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Sūduva won 10–0 on aggregate.


Piast Gliwice Poland3–2Latvia Riga
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Riga Latvia2–1Poland Piast Gliwice
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Attendance: 3,541[2]

4–4 on aggregate. Riga won on away goals.


Partizani Albania0–1Moldova Sheriff Tiraspol
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Sheriff Tiraspol Moldova1–1Albania Partizani
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Attendance: 5,248[2]
Referee: Igor Pajač (Croatia)

Sheriff Tiraspol won 2–1 on aggregate.


Ararat-Armenia Armenia2–0Gibraltar Lincoln Red Imps
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Lincoln Red Imps Gibraltar1–2Armenia Ararat-Armenia
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Ararat-Armenia won 4–1 on aggregate.


Valur Iceland1–1Bulgaria Ludogorets Razgrad
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Ludogorets Razgrad Bulgaria4–0Iceland Valur
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Ludogorets Razgrad won 5–1 on aggregate.


Slovan Bratislava Slovakia2–1Kosovo Feronikeli
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Feronikeli Kosovo0–2Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
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Slovan Bratislava won 4–1 on aggregate.


FC Santa Coloma Andorra0–0Kazakhstan Astana
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Astana Kazakhstan4–1Andorra FC Santa Coloma
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Astana won 4–1 on aggregate.


HB Tórshavn Faroe Islands2–2Northern Ireland Linfield
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Attendance: 751[2]
Linfield Northern Ireland1–0Faroe Islands HB Tórshavn
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Attendance: 0[2] (No-crowd match)

Linfield won 3–2 on aggregate.


Shkëndija North Macedonia1–2Luxembourg F91 Dudelange
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F91 Dudelange Luxembourg1–1North Macedonia Shkëndija
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F91 Dudelange won 3–2 on aggregate.

Third qualifying round[edit]

Summary[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Sutjeska Nikšić Montenegro 3–5 Northern Ireland Linfield 1–2 2–3
Maccabi Tel Aviv Israel 2–4 Lithuania Sūduva 1–2 1–2
Ararat-Armenia Armenia 3–2 Georgia (country) Saburtalo Tbilisi 1–2 2–0
Riga Latvia 3–3 (a) Finland HJK 1–1 2–2
Ludogorets Razgrad Bulgaria 9–0 Wales The New Saints 5–0 4–0
Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina 1–2 Belarus BATE Borisov 1–2 0–0
F91 Dudelange Luxembourg 4–1 Estonia Nõmme Kalju 3–1 1–0
Astana Kazakhstan 9–1 Malta Valletta 5–1 4–0
Sheriff Tiraspol Moldova 2–3 Sweden AIK 1–2 1–1
Slovan Bratislava Slovakia 4–1 Republic of Ireland Dundalk 1–0 3–1

Matches[edit]

Sutjeska Nikšić Montenegro1–2Northern Ireland Linfield
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Linfield Northern Ireland3–2Montenegro Sutjeska Nikšić
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Linfield won 5–3 on aggregate.


Maccabi Tel Aviv Israel1–2Lithuania Sūduva
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Sūduva Lithuania2–1Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
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Sūduva won 4–2 on aggregate.


Ararat-Armenia Armenia1–2Georgia (country) Saburtalo Tbilisi
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Saburtalo Tbilisi Georgia (country)0–2Armenia Ararat-Armenia
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Ararat-Armenia won 3–2 on aggregate.


Riga Latvia1–1Finland HJK
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HJK Finland2–2Latvia Riga
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3–3 on aggregate. Riga won on away goals.


Ludogorets Razgrad Bulgaria5–0Wales The New Saints
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Attendance: 4,120[3]
The New Saints Wales0–4Bulgaria Ludogorets Razgrad
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Ludogorets Razgrad won 9–0 on aggregate.


Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina1–2Belarus BATE Borisov
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BATE Borisov Belarus0–0Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo
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Attendance: 11,876[3]

BATE Borisov won 2–1 on aggregate.


F91 Dudelange Luxembourg3–1Estonia Nõmme Kalju
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Nõmme Kalju Estonia0–1Luxembourg F91 Dudelange
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F91 Dudelange won 4–1 on aggregate.


Astana Kazakhstan5–1Malta Valletta
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Valletta Malta0–4Kazakhstan Astana
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Astana won 9–1 on aggregate.


Sheriff Tiraspol Moldova1–2Sweden AIK
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Attendance: 6,341[3]
AIK Sweden1–1Moldova Sheriff Tiraspol
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Attendance: 13,122[3]

AIK won 3–2 on aggregate.


Slovan Bratislava Slovakia1–0Republic of Ireland Dundalk
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Dundalk Republic of Ireland1–3Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
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Slovan Bratislava won 4–1 on aggregate.

Play-off round[edit]

Summary[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Sūduva Lithuania 1 Hungary Ferencváros 22 Aug 29 Aug
Copenhagen Denmark 2 Latvia Riga 22 Aug 29 Aug
Celtic Scotland 3 Sweden AIK 22 Aug 29 Aug
Ararat-Armenia Armenia 4 Luxembourg F91 Dudelange 22 Aug 29 Aug
Ludogorets Razgrad Bulgaria 5 Slovenia Maribor 22 Aug 29 Aug
Linfield Northern Ireland 6 Azerbaijan Qarabağ 22 Aug 29 Aug
Slovan Bratislava Slovakia 7 Greece PAOK 22 Aug 29 Aug
Astana Kazakhstan 8 Belarus BATE Borisov 22 Aug 29 Aug

Matches[edit]

Sūduva LithuaniavHungary Ferencváros
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Ferencváros HungaryvLithuania Sūduva
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Copenhagen DenmarkvLatvia Riga
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Riga LatviavDenmark Copenhagen
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Celtic ScotlandvSweden AIK
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AIK SwedenvScotland Celtic
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Ludogorets Razgrad BulgariavSlovenia Maribor
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Maribor SloveniavBulgaria Ludogorets Razgrad
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Linfield Northern IrelandvAzerbaijan Qarabağ
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Qarabağ AzerbaijanvNorthern Ireland Linfield
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Slovan Bratislava SlovakiavGreece PAOK
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PAOK GreecevSlovakia Slovan Bratislava
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Astana KazakhstanvBelarus BATE Borisov
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BATE Borisov BelarusvKazakhstan Astana
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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Feronikeli played their home match at Fadil Vokrri Stadium, Pristina, instead of their regular stadium Rexhep Rexhepi Stadium, Drenas which did not meet UEFA requirements.
  2. ^ Shkëndija played their home match at Toše Proeski Arena, Skopje, instead of their regular stadium Ecolog Arena, Tetovo which was undergoing renovation.
  3. ^ a b c F91 Dudelange play their home matches at Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg City, instead of their regular stadium Stade Jos Nosbaum, Dudelange.
  4. ^ Sutjeska Nikšić played their home match at Podgorica City Stadium, Podgorica, instead of their regular stadium Stadion kraj Bistrice, Nikšić which did not meet UEFA requirements.
  5. ^ Maccabi Tel Aviv played their home match at Netanya Stadium, Netanya, instead of their regular stadium Bloomfield Stadium, Tel Aviv which is undergoing renovation.
  6. ^ a b Ararat-Armenia play their third qualifying round and play-off round home matches at Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium, Yerevan, instead of their regular stadium Yerevan Football Academy Stadium, Yerevan which did not meet UEFA requirements.
  7. ^ a b Riga play their third qualifying round and play-off round home matches at Daugava Stadium, Riga, instead of their regular stadium Skonto Stadium, Riga which did not meet UEFA requirements.
  8. ^ The New Saints played their home match at Racecourse Ground, Wrexham, instead of their regular stadium Park Hall, Oswestry due to UEFA regulations.
  9. ^ Sarajevo played their home match at Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, instead of their regular stadium Koševo City Stadium, Sarajevo.
  10. ^ Nõmme Kalju played their home match at A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn, instead of their regular stadium Hiiu Stadium, Tallinn which did not meet UEFA requirements.
  11. ^ Dundalk played their home match at Tallaght Stadium, Dublin, instead of their regular stadium Oriel Park, Dundalk which does not meet UEFA requirements.
  12. ^ Qarabağ play their home match at Tofiq Bahramov Republican Stadium, Baku, instead of their regular stadium Azersun Arena, Baku.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "UEFA Europa League qualifying explained". UEFA.com. 25 June 2019.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r "Summary UEFA Europa League – Round 2". Soccerway. Retrieved 2 August 2019.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t "Summary UEFA Europa League – Round 3". Soccerway. Retrieved 17 August 2019.

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