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JD Cymru Premier trio The New Saints, Bala Town and Newtown are waiting to discover their European fate this summer.

The New Saints were crowned JD Cymru Premier champions for the 14th time in the 2021/22 campaign and booked themselves a place in the UEFA Champions League.

Anthony Limbrick's side, who suffered penalty heartache in the UEFA Europa Conference League third qualifying round against Viktoria Plzeň last summer, are preparing for the upcoming campaign with a pre-season camp in Portugal.

The Saints, who are seeded for the UEFA Champions League first qualifying round, will discover their opponents on Tuesday 14th June. They will face either Linfield (NIR), KÍ (FRO), RFS (LVA), Ballkani (KOS) or the preliminary round winners in Group 2.

Bala Town and Newtown, meanwhile, will compete in the UEFA Europa Conference League in the upcoming campaign. Both sides featured in the competition last term and will discover their opponents for this season's first qualifying round on the same day.

Bala have qualified as a seeded team and will take on either Víkingur (FRO), Tre Fiori (SMR), Sligo Rovers (IRL), Cliftonville (NIR) or UE Santa Coloma (AND) in Group 4.

While Newtown are unseeded and will face either Flora Tallinn (EST), Pogoń Szczecin (POL), Crusaders (NIR), HB Tórshavn (FRO) or Riga FC (LVA) in Group 6.

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