Maccabi Haifa is a champion again
The possible rivals are already known: What awaits Maccabi Haifa in the Champions League qualifiers?
The Greens will start in the second round and will not be ranked, with a quick loss sending them this time to the Europa League qualifiers and the passage of one opponent guarantees entry to some home stage.
The changes, possible rivals and dates
Monday, 16 May 2022, 22:35
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Maccabi Haifa player Omar Atzili, Sean Goldberg at the championship celebrations with Maccabi Haifa fans (according to section 27 / a of the Copyright Law)
If there is one stain on Maccabi Haifa's wonderful 2021/22 season, it is in the Champions League.
The Greens were already eliminated in the first qualifying round by the Kazakh Kyret and were sent to the Conference League qualifiers, where they managed to qualify for the home stage.
In the summer of 2022, under the auspices of removing Russia from the UEFA factories and in light of the fact that the winner of this year's Champions League (Real Madrid or Liverpool) has already obtained a ticket to the factory through the league, a loss in the first round will not happen
. : The Greens not only get another two weeks of rest and the opportunity to better prepare for the season, but also know that the move of one opponent will put them in the European home stage.
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This time skip the first round.
Dean David in a game against Kyrat last summer (Photo: Maor Elkelsi)
The chances of participating for the third time in history in the home stage of the Champions League remain quite small, but dreaming is always allowed and even desirable.
The Israeli champion improved her score in Europe (from 4.85 to 7 points), although that will not be enough to be ranked in the draw for the second round to be held on June 15.
Possible rivals at this point include Dynamo Zagreb, Olympiacos, Victoria Plzen, Malmo who is badly remembered, Danny Gruper's Ludogorets, Sheriff Tiraspol, Bodo Glimt, Cluj, Frantzvarosh and Krabah which seems like the more convenient option.
Except for the first three, all the others have to go through the first round first.
The draw for the third round will take place before the opening of the second round, so that Maccabi Haifa may enjoy the ranking of its opponent (depending on its identity, of course) and receive a more comfortable draw.
At this stage, Apollon Limassol and the Serbian champions also join the circle of games, and in the playoffs, Trabzonspor, who won the Turkish championship for the first time since 1984, and F.C.
A relegation in the second round of the Champions League qualifiers will send the Greens to the Europa League qualifiers, while a relegation in the third round of the Champions League qualifiers means going beyond the Europa League playoffs and in any case a warm winter.
A relegation in the playoffs is worth a ticket to the home stage in the factory below, and that of the Conference League seems like a realistic goal for Israeli football at the moment.
Everything else will be a success.
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First Qualifying Draw: June 14
Games: July 5-6 and July 12-13
Second Qualifying Round Lottery: June 15
Games: July 19-20, July 26-27
Third Qualifying Round Draw: July 18
Games: August 2-3 , August 9
Playoff draw: August 1
Games: August 16-17, August 23-24
Home stage draw: August 25 Home
stage games: September 6 to November 2 (because of the World Cup in Qatar)