Ourselves, Mainz (Germany), Hammarby (Sweden), Tulevik Viljandi (Estonia), Young Boys (Switzerland) as well as a yet to be determined Danish club are in the draw for two UEFA Cup places. Viking Stavanger of Norway have won an automatic place.
The draw will go ahead at the City of Manchester Stadium during half-time in the opening match of the UEFA Women's Euro 2005, where England take on Finland. The game kicks off at 7pm and the draw is expected to proceed shortly after 7.45pm.
We will bring news of the outcome as soon as the draw is made. Keep your fingers crossed!
The draw for UEFA Cup qualifying round places via the Fair Play League takes place on Sunday in Manchester.