The calendar of the French clubs in the Europa League and Conference League falls

The calendar of the French clubs in the Europa League and Conference League falls

UEFA has released this Saturday, the day after the draw, the schedule for the group stage of the Europa League and the Conference League. Stade Rennais, FC Nantes and AS Monaco are affected by the former and OGC Nice by the latter.

After the draw, place on the calendar. Stade Rennais, FC Nantes and AS Monaco, the three involved in the Europa League, already know their next deadlines. Like OGC Nice, the only representative of Ligue 1 in the Europa League Conference.

For Rennes, which is the fifth consecutive European campaign, “it is a somewhat exotic draw”, remarks the president Olivier Cloarec: on the menu, a trip to Turkish soil, to Istanbul against Fenerbahçe, and a trip to Cyprus to face the modest club from Larnaca.

But the Bretons will also have a very symbolic matchup to play against Dynamo Kyiv, a club heavily tested by the war in Ukraine, who played their last European preliminary rounds in Lodz, Poland. “We don’t know where we are going to play,” Cloarec warned. However, the club from the Ukrainian capital is gradually returning to its daily life with the restart of the national championship. Rennes and the Ukrainians had already met in the same competition in 2018-2019, with two victories for Dinamo (3-1 and 2-1)

Rennais Stadium Hours:

September 8 (6:45 p.m.): AEK Karnaca FC – Stade Rennais

September 15 (9pm): Stade Rennais – Fenerbahce SK

October 6 (9pm): Stade Rennais – Dynamo Kyiv

October 13 (6:45 p.m.): Dinamo Kviv – Stade Rennais

October 27 (6:45 p.m.): Fenerbahce SK – Stade Rennais

November 3 (9pm): Stade Rennais – AEK Larnaca FC

La Beaujoire will return to Europe on September 8

Located in hat number 4, that of the teams with the lowest UEFA index, FC Nantes knew that they were threatened in the draw. The Canary Islands will have to make do with a strong group that includes Olympiakos, Qarabag and Freiburg, in this competition that starts on September 8. for the reception at La Beaujoire, for Antoine Komboauré’s team, from Olympiakos.

September 8 (9pm): FC Nantes Olympiacos

September 5 (6:45 p.m.): FC Nantes – Qarabag FK

October 6 (9pm): Freiburg – FC Nantes

October 13 (6:45 p.m.): FC Nantes – Freiburg

October 27 (9pm): FC Nantes – Qaraba FK

November 3 (6:45 p.m.): Olympiacos-FC Nantes

Burning tours for Monaco

Third in Ligue 1 last season, AS Monaco failed against PSV Eindhoven in the third qualifying round of the Champions League. The club from La Roca thus returned to the group stage of the Europa League, with a fairly open group. Although the atmosphere in the opposite stands promises to be fiery: Red Star Belgrade and its legendary Marakana stadium, the Hungarians of Ferencvaros, who dream of an epic until the scheduled final in Budapest, and Trabzonspor, recent champions of Turkey to the always boiling supporters.

AS Monaco schedule:

September 8 (9pm): Red Star Belgrade – AS Monaco

September 5 (6:45 p.m.): AS Monaco – Ferencvaros

October 6 (6:45 p.m.): AS Monaco – trabzonspor AS

October 13 (9pm): Trabzonspor AS – AS Monaco

October 27 (9pm): Ferencvaros – AS Monaco

November 3 (6:45 p.m.): AS Monaco – Red Star Belgrade€

Nice will start with the reception of Cologne

Nice, qualified in extremis for the Europa League Conference on Thursday, inherited a balanced group with Cologne, Partizan Belgrade and the Czechs 1.FC Slovacko. After struggling in extra time to eliminate Maccabi Tel-Aviv in the play-offs (2-0 ap, first leg: 0-1), the Niçois avoided the two scarecrows of C4, Villarreal and West Ham.

Starting on September 8, Le Gym will therefore face Serbia, Germany and the Czech Republic in Group D of the Europa League groups. He had already traveled to Germany at the time, with a 6-2 loss to Bayer Leverkusen.

Under Christophe Galtier, who moved to Paris SG, Nice missed out on qualifying for the Europa League last season after losing the Coupe de France final to Nantes. But his 5th place in Ligue 1 offered him a ticket for this C4, which celebrates its second edition after the coronation of AS Roma last season, against Feyenoord Rotterdam in Tirana (Albania).

OGC Nice timetable:

September 8 (6:45 p.m.): OGC Nice – Cologne

September 5 (9pm): Partizan Belgrade – OGC Nice

October 6 (6:45 p.m.): Slovakia – OGC Nice

October 13 (9pm): OGC Nice-Slovak.

October 27 (6:45 p.m.): Partizan Belgrade – OGC Nice

November 3 (9pm): OGC Nice – Cologne

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