Man City, Real Madrid & Juventus in Round 1 draw

The draw for Round 1 of the 2022/23 Women’s Champions League has been made, with 56 clubs including Manchester City, Real Madrid and Juventus competing for just 15 places to advance to the next stage of qualifying.

The draw is split into two sections: Champions path and League path.

The Champions path is for clubs who won their domestic league in 2021/22, with 42 teams split into 11 mini-tournaments. The League path, meanwhile, features 16 non-champions from stronger domestic leagues and will be played in the same format.

Champions and League mini-tournaments have two semi-finals and a final, with only the winners going on to the Round 2 draw. One club in each mini-tournament will be designated as a host.

Semi-finals are scheduled for 18 August, with finals to follow on 21 August. The draw for the next round of qualifying will be made on 1 September.

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