FC Viitorul Constanta, the Romanian Cup winners, will face the Belgian team Royal Antwerp, coached by the former Romanian international Ladislau Boloni, in Europa League second qualifying round, according to the draw at Nyon on Wednesday.
FC Viitorul Constanta is managed and coached by football legend Gheorghe Hagi.
The first match will be played in Belgium on July 25, and the return match will be played in Ovidiu, Constanta County on August 1.
FCSB, if it passes over Milsami Orhei (Republic of Moldova), will play in the second round against the winner between Alaskert (Armenia) and Makedonija Skopje (Northern Macedonia). The first match will take place away and the return match in Romania.
Universitatea Craiova, if it will eliminate Sabail (Azerbaijan), will face in the second round the winner between Budapest Honved (Hungary) and Zalgiris Vilnius (Lithuania) – where footballer Liviu Antal, former goal getter of League I, plays.
The first leg would be played away and the return match in Craiova.
If CFR Cluj is eliminated in the first round of the Champions League, it will play in the Europa League qualifying round against the finalist of the Champions League qualifying tournament, which includes SP Tre Penne (San Marino), FC Santa Coloma (Andorra) Feronikeli (Kosovo) and Lincoln Red Imps (Gibraltar). The first match is away and the return match in Cluj-Napoca.