Europa League Conference: OGC Nice inherits Partizan Belgrade, Cologne and Slovacko

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Europa League Conference: OGC Nice inherits Partizan Belgrade, Cologne and Slovacko

The day after his snatch victory on Thursday against Maccabi Tel Aviv (2-0 ap, 0-1 in the first leg), Nice has been fixed on the composition of its group for the group stage of the Europa League Conference. Les Aiglons are in Group D, along with Partizan Belgrade, Cologne and FC Slovacko. If they avoid Villarreal, West Ham, or Fiorentina, they will have to fight to qualify for the finals.

For their part, West Ham and Villarreal, favorites of the second edition of the Europa League Conference, have inherited groups within their reach. The English from West Ham were placed in Group B with the Belgians from Anderlecht, the Danes from Silkeborg and the Romanians from Fotbal club FCSB, an offshoot of the historic Steaua Bucharest.

Affordable hen for Villarreal

The Spanish club Villarreal, recent semi-finalist of the Champions League, for its part inherited Group C with the Israelis of Hapoel Beer-Sheva, Austria of Vienna and the Poles of Lech Poznan. Fiorentina will challenge Istanbul Basaksehir, Scotland’s Heart of Midlothian and Riga-based Latvian club RFS.

The final of this second edition of the Europa League Conference, the latest of UEFA’s European club competitions, is scheduled for June 7, 2023 in Prague. The list was inaugurated last season by AS Roma of José Mourinho.

Istanbul Basaksehir (TUR)
Fiorentina (ITA)
Heart of Midlothian (ECO)
FK RFS (LET)

West Ham (ENG)
Slovan Bratislava (SLQ)
RSC Anderlecht (BEL)
Silkeborg (DAN)

Villarreal (ESP)
Hapoel Beer-Sheva (ISR)
Austria Vienna (AUT)
Lech Poznan (POL)

Partizan Belgrade (SER)
FC Köln (GER)
Nice

FC Slovakia (RTC)

AZ Alkmaar (HOL)
Apollon Limassol (CHY)
FC Vaduz (LIE)
SK Dnipro (UKR)

Ghent (BEL)
Mold FK (NOR)
Shamrock Rovers (IRL)
Djugardens IF (SWE)

Slavia Prague (RTC)
CFR Cluj (ROU)
Sivasspor (TUR)
KF Ballkani (KOS)

FC Basel (SUI)
FCS Bucharest (ROU)
Zalgiris Vilnius (LIT)
FC Pyunik (ARM)

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