Celtic Women make history this afternoon as they enter the draw for the Women’s Champions League.

The ghirls finished second place in the SWPL last season which gained them entry into the European competition.

Fran Alonso and his team beat the odds as they managed to stave off a very strong Rangers women side to grab this Euro spot.

Celtic will be unseeded in the draw today and are in the League path. The ghirls could come up against some very difficult opposition, but this is where the team wants and needs to be.

The only way we can grow as a team is if we regularly take part against Europe’s best sides.

When is the draw?

12pm Friday, 2 July.

Where can I watch?

The draw will be streamed live on the UEFA website.

What teams are in the competition?

Pot 1: seeded
BIIK-Shymkent (KAZ) coefficient 36.700
Glasgow City (SCO) 33.600
St. Pölten (AUT) 28.000
Twente (NED) 20.000
Gintra (LTU) 18.600
Spartak Subotica (SRB) 17.400
Breidablik (ISL) 17.000
Juventus (ITA) 15.200
SFK 2000 Sarajevo (BIH) 14.400
Apollon LFC (CYP) 14.200
Universitatea Olimpia Cluj (ROU) 12.000
Vllaznia (ALB) 10.800
Anderlecht (BEL) 10.300
Vålerenga (NOR) 9.800
WFC Kharkiv (UKR) 9.100
Ferencváros (HUN) 8.300
Servette FC Chênois (SUI) 7.600
Pomurje Beltinci (SVN) 7.400
PAOK (GRE) 7.000
Osijek (CRO) 6.400
Benfica (POR) 5.600
CSKA Moskva (RUS) 5.500

Pot 2: unseeded
NSA Sofia (BUL) 5.400
Mitrovica (KOS) 5.000
Slovan Bratislava (SVK) 5.000
Breznica Pljevlja (MNE) 4.800
Dinamo-BSUPC (BLR) 4.200
KÍ Klaksvík (FRO) 3.600
Beşiktaş (TUR) 3.500
Flora Tallinn (EST) 2.900
Czarni Sosnowiec (POL) 2.900
Peamount United (IRL) 2.300
Kiryat-Gat (ISR) 2.000
Swansea City (WAL) 1.900
Birkirkara (MLT) 1.800
Åland United (FIN) 1.700
Agarista CSF Anenii Noi (MDA) 1.300
Rīgas Futbola skola (LVA) 1.200
Kamenica Sasa (MKD) 1.200
Racing FC Union Luxembourg (LUX) 1.200
WFC Nike (GEO) 0.600
Glentoran (NIR) 0.400
Hayasa (ARM) 0.200


League path:

Pot 1: seeded
Brøndby (DEN) 41.900
Zürich (SUI) 30.600
Arsenal (ENG) 27.700
FC Minsk (BLR) 25.200
Bordeaux (FRA) 18.400
Hoffenheim (GER) 15.100
Levante (ESP) 12.800
PSV Eindhoven (NED) 9.000

Pot 2: unseeded
Kristianstad (SWE) 8.100
Slovácko (CZE) 7.300
Valur (ISL) 7.000
Okzhetpes (KAZ) 6.700
AC Milan (ITA) 5.200
Rosenborg (NOR) 4.800
Celtic (SCO) 4.600
Lokomotiv Moskva (RUS) 3.500

The final of this season’s competition will be played in the Juventus stadium in Turin.

We’ll keep you up to date with the Celtic women’s side and how things develop.

The club are going to be streaming five games through the season pass this season, BBC Alba will also be back in action showing women’s football and UEFA have cut a deal so ALL Women’s Champions League games will be free to stream online.

There’s never been better coverage of the Celtic women’s side.


  1. The woman’s game is an unwelcome distraction from the real football. The amount of unwarranted hype and unmerited marketing it gets is unfathomable for what is after all no more than a glorified primary school football level where tomboys and 10-0 scorelines are commonplace. It’s football, but not as we know it! I would rather watch paint dry which,as it happens, i have the opportunity to do now that i am decorating the house.

  2. Disagree Red, the woman’s game is getting bigger and bigger, attracting sponsorships and a following among the family and female support. Alot of the younger female support are inspired by these athletes, because that’s what they are Red, and that can only be a good thing.
    I don’t know if I would watch a full 90, but I would certainly watch highlights of any of the woman’s games on CTV, and you never know, progression in The Champions League!?
    Full 90 no doubt!!


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