Rangers will play the second leg of their Europa League last-16 tie against Bayer Leverkusen on August 5 or 6. The matches will take place in BayArena or elsewhere in Germany.
If Rangers overturned a 3-1 first leg deficit, they will play in the ‘eight finals’ tournament to be held in Germany on August 10-21. Meanwhile, Glasgow City’s Champions League quarter-final with Wolfsburg will be played in the last eight formats in Spain starting August 21.
All remaining matches in the competition will be played in Bilbao or San Sebastian, with a draw at Nyon on 26 June to decide the order of matches visit LagaPoker.
City club manager Laura Montgomery said the announcement gave the club “clear focus” and she did not expect the Scottish Women’s Premier League to return until “far later this year”.
“Not returning to training is not only an option for our club and also for the integrity of the Scottish match as we proudly represent our country,” he said.
Despite the Scottish Premier League season being cut short and the transfer window scheduled to open, Rangers will not be allowed to sign any new signings in their Leverkusen match.
Only players previously registered at the February 3 UEFA deadline can play. The quarter-finals, semi-finals and final of the Europa League will be played in Cologne, Duisburg, Dusseldorf and Gelsenkirchen.
Celtic will kick off their Champions League qualification campaign on August 18 or 19, with all matches up to the play-offs – scheduled for the end of September – to be played in one game.
Motherwell and Aberdeen will play once in the first qualifying round of the Europa League on August 27, with Rangers joining in the second qualifying round on September 17.
All Europa League qualifiers will be over a leg with the home team determined by a draw.
The mini qualifying round tournament for the Women’s Champions League will be played between October 7 and 13.
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