Ladies’s Champions League second round draw

Manchester City will face Real Madrid in the excellent match in the ladies’ Champions League second round.

Round two is the last hurdle before the group stage starts, which means that at least one European giant will miss the competition.

Manchester City was drawn against Real Madrid in round two of the UEFA Women’s Champions League 2021/22! ???

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– Manchester City (@ManCity) August 22, 2021

Elsewhere, Lyon – who won five Champions League bounces before last season – have been drawn against Levante.

Five-time finalists and two-time winners Wolfsburg play against Bordeaux, while Juventus face a long journey to Albanian Vllaznia. At the same time, Glasgow City will host Switzerland’s Servette FC Chenois. Benfica against Dutch champions FC Twente is another interesting match.

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The first parts of the ties will be played either on Tuesday 31 August or Wednesday 1 September. This will be followed by return games on Tuesday 8 September or Wednesday 9 September.

There are a total of 12 bands with the winners over two legs joining Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and the holders Barcelona in the groups. This square has gained automatic progression by winning the domestic titles of the 1-3 ranked UEFA nations or, in Barça’s case, by winning the latest competition.

After the 16 group game participants have been decided, they will be planted in four pots with the draw which will take place on Monday 13 September.

Barça will be confident of retaining their title this season after embarrassing the Blues in the 2021 final and scoring all their goals before the break in a thumping 4-0 victory. However, the hunting package is strong.

Sparta Prague (CZE) vs Koge (DEN) Osijek (CRO) vs Breidablik (ISL) Vllaznia (ALB) vs Juventus (ITA) Twente (NED) vs SL Benfica (POR) Apollon LFC (CYP) vs WFC Kharkiv (UKR) Servette FC Chenois (SUI) vs Glasgow City (SCO) Valerenga (NOR) vs Hacken (SWE)

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