LThe 2022/23 Champions League kicks off this Friday with the draw for the first round of qualifying, which will take place at UEFA headquarters in Nyon at 1:00 p.m. Real Madrid, ranked third in the Primera Iberdrola last season, meet their first rivals in the continental event. The directed set starts inside the seeding pot
Real Madrid is the fourth team with the best coefficient of those who start in this first round for their part of the draw. The white team shares hype with Manchester City (England), glasgow-city (Scotland), Fortune Hjrring (Denmark), FC Minsk (Belarus), Ajax (Netherlands), Breidablik (Iceland) and Paris FC (France).
In the hype of those who are not seeded are the EintrachtFrankfurt (Germany), Servette (Swiss), Kristianstads DFF (Sweden), Slovcko (Czech Republic), Sturm Graz (Austria), Rosenborg (Norway), Rome (Italy) and Tomiris-Turan (Kazakhstan).
The first round will consist of a single venue mini-tournament in which a semifinal on August 18 between a seeded team and another from the second pot, playing the winners on the 21st for a ticket to the second round of qualifying.