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The draws were made on Sunday for the European club competitions.
One of the local teams involved, Linfield, are currently playing in a Champions League qualifying tournament.
They'll meet Kosovo champions Drita in Tuesday's preliminary round final in Switzerland.
If they get through that, the Blues will face a trip to Poland on August 18th or 19th:
Breaking:— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 9, 2020
If they beat Kosovo champions Drita in Tuesday's Champions League preliminary round final
Linfield will travel to
Legia Warsaw in Poland in the 1st qualifying round @OfficialBlues
Glentoran and Coleraine have been handed home ties in their Europa League games:
Europa League preliminary round draw@Glentoran will be at home to— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 9, 2020
HB Tórshavn of the Faroe Islands
Scheduled for August 20th#EuropaLeague #UEL pic.twitter.com/48PB0AQq61
Europa League preliminary round draw@ColeraineFC will be at home to— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 9, 2020
La Fiorita of San Marino
Scheduled for August 20th#EuropaLeague #UEL pic.twitter.com/1GgB6NdVeo
Back to the Champions League -
Linfield beat Tre Fiori of San Marino 2-0 in their preliminary round semi-final on Saturday.
Blues boss David Healy:
FT: Nyon, Switzerland@ChampionsLeague qualifying s/f— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 8, 2020
Tre Fiori 0@OfficialBlues through v San Marino minnows. 2nd half goals from subs. Bastien Hery & Christy Manzinga
Now face winners of this evening's game @DritaFc v @interescaldes in Tuesday’s final pic.twitter.com/auXbrW6LYk
Second half goals from French subs. Bastien Hery and new signing Christy Manzinga secured the victory in Nyon.
Linfield enjoyed the majority of possession in a first half of few opportunities with perhaps the best chance coming around the ten minute mark when Shayne Lavery's effort from a Niall Quinn through ball was blocked.
Kirk Millar was twice denied by the Tre Fiori keeper early in the second half as Healy's side stepped up a gear.
But the deadlock was eventually broken 20 minutes from time when Hery unleashed a great right foot strike into the top corner to give keeper Aldo Simoncini no chance.
Then, with seven minutes remaining, Manzinga made sure of Linfield's progression with a tap-in after Simoncini misjudged a Chris Johns punt forward.
Tre Fiori were reduced to ten men late in the game when Giacomo Procacci was dismissed by Hungarian referee Balazs Berke for a challenge on Millar.
Linfield: Johns, Larkin, Callacher, Millar, Lavery, Nasseri, Kearns, McClean, Mulgrew, Boyle, Quinn subs Moore (not used), Stafford (not used), Waterworth (replaced Nasseri 65), Manzinga (replaced McClean 66), Clarke (not used), Hery (replaced Lavery 67), Pepper (not used)
@OfficialBlues will play @DritaFc in the #ChampionsLeague preliminary round final on Tuesday in Nyon— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 8, 2020
The Kosovo champs have beaten @interescaldes of Andorra 2-1
Linfield had a 2-0 win over Tre Fiori of San Marino earlier, with goals from Bastien Hery & Christy Manzinga 📸 LFC pic.twitter.com/PGGwajABsu
There's a further European draw on Monday, with Derry City in the Europa League hat.
The Candystripes suffered a heartbreaking defeat on Sunday:
FT: Brandywell @derrycityfc 1— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 9, 2020
Walter Figueira@ShamrockRovers 2
Colm Horgan og.
Candystripes 1-0 up at half-time were still in front with 13 minutes to go
It wasn't to be though, late goals clinched another victory for league leaders@SSEAirtricityLg pic.twitter.com/qgNaFssoTH