Europa League: Faroese Cup winners could face Wolverhampton Wanderers in second qualifying round

B36 Tórshavn will travel to Northern Ireland for the first qualifying round of the Europa League.

The Faroese Cup winners have been drawn against Northern Irish side Crusaders.

B36 will play the first leg away from home on July 11, before hosting Crusaders a week later on July 18.

If the Faroe Islanders see off Crusaders over two legs and qualify for the second qualifying round of the Europa League, they will then face English Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers – on July 25 in England (at Molineux) and on August 1 in Tórshavn.

B36 made it through two rounds of the competition last season by seeing off St Joseph’s from Gibraltar and OFK Titograd from Montenegro. They were eventually beaten 8-0 on aggregate by Besiktas.

B36 currently sit third in Betri Deildin, the Faroese Premier Division.

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