2023/2024 UEFA Women’s Champions League Qualification Teams Getting Into Shape
Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji
32 Champions of Europe have now qualified for the 2023/2024 UEFA Women’s Champions League (UWCL).
They will qualify for next season’s UWCL if Azerbaijan decides to enter its Champions Sumqayit.
Kryvbas join the second-place league path. This week, GKS Katowice can clinch the title in Poland.
Osijek, Mura Nona clinched domestic titles last weekend following Lokomotiv Stara Zagora, Racing, and Myjava.
Moreso, Kryvbas sealed its spot in the runners-up path with a 13-0 win over Podillya.
Confirmed league Champions include Valur, BIIK, Gintra, KuPS, FC Flora, KI, SK Brann, Dinamo Minsk, Rosengard, Cliftonville, Shelbourne, Samegrelo, Apollon, Cardiff City, Kiryat Gat, Birkirkara, and Anderlecht.
Others are AS Roma, FC Barcelona, Ajax, Slavia Praha, SL Benfica, PAOK, Breznia, Vorskla, Lokomotiv Stara Zagora, Racing, Spartak Myjava, Muna Mona, Osijek, Hayasa, and Sumqayik.
Second-placed teams in leagues will have to go through the league path to qualify for the 2023/2024 UWCL.
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Third-placed clubs will go through the league path with Linkopings and Levante occupying the position in Sweden and Spain respectively.
Manchester United, Glasgow City, St. Polten, ZFK Spartak, Vllaznia, GKS Katowice, SFK 2000, Timisora, Mitrovica, Noroc, and Ljuboten too their various leagues as at the time of this report.
They will be joined by Turkey, Switzerland, and Hungary Playoff winners.
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