Araz, Diamant Linz, Dinamo Plus, FON, Haladás, Hammarby, KaDy, Liqeni and Luxol St Andrews reached the main round.
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Nine teams went through from the UEFA Futsal Champions League preliminary round as the competition returns to its regular format for 2021/22.
Four nations (Spain, Portugal, Russia and Kazakhstan) enter two clubs and those countries' eight representatives – including holders Sporting CP – are among the 23 sides with the highest coefficients who receive byes to the main round, which will be drawn at 16:00 CET on Monday.
The other 32 teams started in the preliminary round, with eight groups of four played as single-venue mini-tournaments. The group winners and the best runner-up have gone through to join the clubs entering in the main round.
Through to main round: Araz Naxçivan*, Diamant Linz, Dinamo Plus, FON, Haladás, Hammarby, Kampuksen Dynamo, Liqeni, Luxol St Andrews
- Unbeaten Doukas missed out on goal difference, behind Diamant Linz in their group and also behind Araz as confirmed best runner-up.
- Diamant Linz are the first Austrian side to get through a round of UEFA futsal competition.
- Dinamo Plus are the first Moldova club to get past the preliminary round since 2009/10.
- Hammarby pipped Gentofte and Viimsi on three-way head-to-head goal difference after all finished on six points.
- Through on debut: FON, Haladás, Liqeni
- Rizvan Farzaliyev of Araz, by playing in all three games, equalled Lúcio's record of 69 UEFA futsal club appearances.
Through as group winners: Luxol St Andrews Futsal (MLT)
Also in group: Proekt (MKD, hosts), Cefn Druids (WAL), Dolphins Ashdod (ISR)
Through as group winners: Dinamo Plus (MDA)
Also in group: Futsal Minerva (SUI, hosts), Varna City (BUL), Fiorentino (SMR)
Through as group winners: Haladás VSE (HUN)
Also in group: Differdange (LUX), KF Tirana (ALB, hosts), Utleira Idrettslag (NOR)
Through as group winners: Hammarby (SWE)
Also in group: JB Futsal Gentofte (DEN), SMS Viimsi (EST, hosts), Sparta Belfast (NIR)
Through as group winners: KMF FON (SRB)
Also in group: Titograd (MNE, hosts), Blue Magic FC Dublin (IRL), MFC CIU (GEO)
Through as group winners: Kampuksen Dynamo (FIN)
Through as best runner-up: Araz Naxçivan (AZE)
Also in group: Raba (LVA, hosts), Europa (GIB)
Through as group winners: Diamant Linz (AUT)
Also in group: Doukas (GRE, hosts), Encamp (AND), APOEL (CYP)
Through as group winners: Liqeni (KOS)
Also in group: Weilimdorf (GER, hosts), London Helvecia (ENG), Tavşançalı (TUR)
• Debuts: Proekt, Tavşançalı, Cefn Druids, Europa, Liqeni, CIU, Haladás, FON.
• 2014 bronze-medallists Araz are making their 16th appearance (behind only Kairat Almaty), Encamp their 15th.
• Dinamo Plus previously entered as Dinamo Chişinău.
Main round draw: 16:00 CET, 30 August
Main round: 26–31 October
Elite round draw: 14:00 CET, 3 November
Elite round: 30 November–5 December
Finals draw: TBC
Finals: 28/29 April & 30 April/1 May (TBC)
Teams entering in main round
Sporting CP (POR, holders)
Kairat Almaty (KAZ)
Sinara Ekaterinburg (RUS)
Kauno Žalgiris (LTU)
Record Bielsko-Biała (POL)
Mostar SG (BIH)
ACCS Asnières Villeneuve 92 (FRA)
SK Plzeň (CZE)
United Galati (ROU)
Viten Orsha (BLR)
Uragan Ivano-Frankivsk (UKR)