Ronaldo in Carmel? Maccabi Haifa secured a place in the European League

One ticket is guaranteed. After finishing the job this evening (Tuesday) and passing Apollon Limassol, Maccabi Haifa qualified for the playoffs for promotion to the Champions League, where they will meet Red Star Belgrade. Meaning: at the very least, the Greens will play in the group stage of the Europa League. So what is expected of the Israeli champion? make order

As mentioned, Maccabi Haifa secured the ticket to the group stage of the European League, that is if they are eliminated against the Red Star. In the second most important enterprise, the greens can at most be in the third tier, with most of the chances showing that they will find themselves in the fourth and last tier.

If they do stumble against the Red Star, the Israeli champions will be able to meet a number of world-renowned teams. Among the teams that have already secured their place in the group stage of the Europa League are giants such as Manchester United, Arsenal, Betis, Real Sociedad, Roma, Lazio, Freiburg, Nantes, Rennes and Braga. Likewise, its rivals from last season in the Conference League, Union Berlin and Feyenoord, also secured their place in the group stage of the Europa League.

So much for the “pessimistic” scenario. If the Greens complete a huge feat and qualify for the group stage of the Champions League for the third time in their history, Barak Becher’s team will be able to meet some of the biggest soccer empires in the world, when they will certainly be in the fourth and last tier of the Champions League.

Those who secured their place in the first tier are the champions of the top leagues on the continent: Real Madrid (Spain), Manchester City (England), Milan (Italy), Bayern Munich (Germany), PSG (France), Porto (Portugal ), Ajax (Netherlands) and Eintracht Frankfurt (the Europa League holder).

In addition to them, the Greens will be able to meet giants such as Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham, Atlético Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Sevilla, Inter, Juventus, Napoli, Dortmund, RB Leipzig, Bayer Leverkusen, Marseille, Porto, Club Brugge, Red Bull Salzburg , Celtic and Shakhtar Donetsk.

The wait for the green fans will not be long, as next week they will host the Red Star Belgrade in Sami Ofer for the first of two meetings as part of the playoffs for promotion to the Champions League. The following week, the rematch will take place in Serbia, where Maccabi Haifa will try to make history.

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