Ajax will find out who they will face in the Europa League on Wednesday afternoon at 1:00 PM. The Amsterdam team finished fifth in the Eredivisie last season and therefore entered the second preliminary round. These are the thirteen possible opponents.

For Ajax, the European adventure starts on Thursday evening, July 25, when the first matches are played in the second qualifying round of the Europa League. The returns are a week later, on Thursday, August 1.

Due to previous performances in Europe and the combined UEFA coefficients, Ajax has a seeded status, which means that the Amsterdam team avoids a large number of clubs.

Sporting Braga, Trabzonspor, Molde FK, Sheriff Tiraspol, Rapid Wien, NK Rijeka, Cercle Brugge and NK Maribor are opponents that Ajax cannot meet.

Up to and including the play-offs, Ajax remains the club with the highest coefficient in the Europa League, which means that the club is guaranteed a seeded status in every qualifying round.

Clubs that, like Ajax, have qualified directly for the second preliminary round are Kilmarnock FC, Panathinaikos, Silkeborg IF, Maccabi Petah Tikva and FK Vojvodina.

In addition, Ajax has the opportunity to meet a club that enters in the first round. These matches will be played on July 11 and 18 and will now be included in the draw.

Potential opponents Ajax:

– Kilmarnock FC (Scotland)
– Panathinaikos (Greece)
– Silkeborg IF (Denmark)
– Maccabi Petah Tikva (Israel)
– FK Vojvodina (Serbia)
– FC Tobol (Kazakhstan)
– MFK Ruzomberok (Slovakia)
– Wisla Kraków (Poland)
– KF Llapi (Kosovo)
– Pafos FC (Cyprus)
– IF Elfsborg (Sweden)
– Paksi FC (Hungary)
– Corvinul Hunedoara (Romania)

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