The draws for first round qualifiers in the Champions League and Europa League have taken place today.
Celtic fans will be eagerly anticipating another crack at the Champions League with Neil Lennon at the helm, while Rangers and Aberdeen return to Europa League action.
And there’s excitement too for Kilmarnock fans after a long spell without European action.
Here’s where the Scottish clubs will be heading.
Neil Lennon’s side are the only Scottish representation in this year’s Champions League.
They’re in the first qualifying round for this year’s competition and will play FK Sarajevo, the champions of Bosnia.
The first leg will take place at Celtic Park on the 9/10 July, followed by the second leg in the Bosnian capital on the 16th/17th.
Sarajevo play at the 34,000-seater Asim Ferhatovic-Hase Stadium, and are owned by Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan.
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) June 18, 2019
Steven Gerrard’s men dodged a potential clash with the infamous Progres Niederkorn, and instead await the victor of the preliminary Europa League qualifier between FC Prishtina of Kosovo and Gibraltar’s St Joseph’s.
Their first round ties will take place at their opponent’s home on July 11 and at Ibrox on July 18.
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New boss Angelo Alessio will lead his side to Wales on July 11 to face Connah’s Quay Nomads.
They’ll host the Nomads, who were beaten in the Irn Bru Cup final last season by Ross County, at Rugby Park on July 18.
— Kilmarnock FC (@KilmarnockFC) June 18, 2019
The Dons will be heading towards the Arctic Circle in the first round.
They welcome Finland’s RoPS Rovaniemi to Pittodrie on July 11 before the second leg in Scandinavia on July 18.
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