Who Celtic could face in the Champions League

Tony Watt celebrates after scoring against Barcelona in last year's Champions League. Picture: SNS

Tony Watt celebrates after scoring against Barcelona in last year's Champions League. Picture: SNS

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CELTIC will go into the Champions League second qualifying round draw on Monday as a seeded team.

The Parkhead outfit - the second highest seeded team in the draw - will face an unseeded outfit with the tie taking place on July 16/17 and 23/24.

The draw will take place at 11am GMT in Nyon.

Other seeded teams in the tournament include FC Steaua Bucharest and FC BATE Borisov and GNK Dinamo Zagreb who both featured in the group stages of last year’s competition.

Should Celtic progress, they face a further qualifying round and a play-off before reaching the group stage of the Champions league.

Here are the 19 teams that Celtic could face:

FK Željezničar Sarajevo (Bosnia)

FH (Iceland)

ETO Gyor (Hungary)

The New Saints (Wales)

Ludogorets Razgrad (Bulgaria)

Sligo Rovers (Ireland)

Shakhter Karagandy (Kazakhstan)

Skenderbeu Korce (Albania)

Birkirkara (Malta)

Vardar (Macedonia)

Cliftonville (Northern Ireland)

Daugava (Latvia)

Sutjeska (Montenegro)

Kalju Nomme (Estonia)

Fola Esch (Luxembourg)

EB Streymur (Faroes)

Tre Penne (San Marino)

Lusitanos (Andorra)

Shirak (Armenia)

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