UEFA: Polish Clubs Learn their 2017 European Opposition

Polish clubs have found out whom they will play in the qualifying rounds for the UEFA Champions League and Europa League / Twitter
UEFA: Polish Clubs Learn their 2017 European Opposition

BASEL, Switzerland. June 19 (PSN) – LOTTO Ekstraklasa clubs on Monday have learned who their opposition will be in the upcoming European cup competitions.

Legia Warsaw will start in the Second Qualifying Round in the UEFA Champions League. The Polish champions will face Finnish IFK Mariehamn.

The first match will be held on July 11 or 12 in Finland.

The replay will take place a week later.

Meanwhile, Jagiellonia Bialystok and Lech Poznan also met their rivals for the First Round of the UEFA Europa League..

Jagiellonia will face Dinamo Batumi in Georgia, while Lech Poznan will compete with Macedonian FK Pelister. The Polish teams will have their first matches take place at home.

Matches for this phase are scheduled for June 29 and July 6.

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