The Champions Path schedule for UEFA Europa League Third Qualifying Round 2022-23 will start on August 4.
The two-legged schedule is part of the overall third qualifying round, which also includes the Main Path matches that begin on the same day.
The UEL Third Qualifying Round Champions Path comprises the 10 teams that lost in the 2022–23 UEFA Champions League Second Qualifying Round (Champions Path).
During the draw for the UEFA Europa League Third Qualifying Round 2022-23 matches, there was no seeding for teams in the Champions Path.
The teams are Slovan Bratislava, Shkupi, FC Zürich, HJK, Linfield, Malmö FF, Shamrock Rovers, Maribor, Olympiacos and F91 Dudelange.
Of these sides, Olympiacos are the most experienced outfit, having played over 100 games in the European Cup / UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Cup / UEFA Europa League.
The first leg games in the Champions Path schedule will be played on August 4 and August 5, with Malmo, Shamrock Rovers, Linfield, Olympiacos and Maribor playing hosts.
Slovan Bratislava, Shkupi, FC Zürich, HJK and Dudelange, in turn, will host the second legs from August 10-12.
The five teams with the winning match aggregate from the two legs in the UEFA Europa League Third Qualifying Round 2022-23 (Champions Path) matches will qualify for the play-off round that will be played on August 18 and 25.
UEFA Europa League Third Qualifying Round 2022-23 Champions Path: Schedule and India match times
All match times are in Indian Standard Time
Malmö FF vs F91 Dudelange - 10:30 PM IST
Maribor vs HJK - 11:45 PM IST
Linfield vs FC Zürich - 12:15 AM IST
Olympiacos vs Slovan Bratislava - 12:30 AM IST
Shamrock Rovers vs Shkupi - 12:30 AM IST
Shkupi vs Shamrock Rovers - 12:30 AM IST
HJK vs Maribor - 9:30 PM IST
FC Zürich vs Linfield - 10:30 PM IST
F91 Dudelange vs Malmö FF - 11:30 PM IST
Slovan Bratislava vs Olympiacos - 12:30 AM IST
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