Embed from Getty Images Welsh Premier League champions The New Saints earnt almost a million pounds for their European campaign this season it has been revealed. Scott Ruscoe’s side were knocked out in the first round in Champions League qualifying by Macedonian champions KF Shkëndija.
Embed from Getty Images Welsh Premier League clubs could be part of a newly formed competition with the working name of the Europa League 2 launched by UEFA yesterday. The competition will begin in 2021, meaning that there will be two more years of the
Welsh sides could be part of a new third tier European competition, as UEFA have announced their desire to change the format of the current European competitions. At the moment the Welsh Premier League winner qualifies for the early stages of the UEFA Champions League,
Embed from Getty Images After their Europa League qualifying second round victory over Gibraltar’s Lincoln Red Imps, The New Saints will face Denmark’s FC Midtjylland for a chance to reach the play offs. TNS enter the competition in rich European form by their stands, having
After bowing out of the Champions League to Macedonian side KF Shkëndija, The New Saints drop into the Europa League to host Gibraltarian champions Lincoln Red Imps. As part of the new structure for UEFA’s European club competitions, both the Lincoln Red Imps and The
New Saints striker Dean Ebbe admitted the Welsh Premier League Champions gave it everything they had as they almost completed a miracle comeback in the second leg of their Champions League qualifier against Shkendija.
The New Saints bowed out of Champions League after making a gallant effort in their second leg against KF Shkëndija. Scott Ruscoe’s men lost 5-0 in the away leg, but very nearly overturned the deficit, by narrowly missing out by one goal. Three of the
The New Saints host Macedonian champions KF Shkëndija at Park Hall with it all to do after suffering a heavy first-leg defeat. Scott Ruscoe’s side suffered a 5-0 defeat to KF Shkëndija in the first leg, their biggest defeat in Europe in fifteen years. If
Embed from Getty Images Welsh Premier League champions The New Saints will play Macedonian First Division champions KF Shkëndija in the First Round of Qualifying of the UEFA Champions League. How were they like in their league campaign? Shkëndija remained unchallenged at the top and