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St Mirren will enter a European competition for the first time since 1987/88 when they compete in the Conference League this season.

Stephen Robinson's side will take part in the UEFA tournament in the 2024/25 season after finishing fifth in the Scottish Premiership last term.

And on Wednesday, June 19 supporters will discover the opposition for St Mirren in the second qualifying round of the competition.

Here's everything you need to know about Conference League second qualifying round draw...

When is the Conference League second qualifying round draw? 

The draw for the UEFA Conference League second qualifying round will take place on June 19.

It will begin at 1pm.

It will be held at the House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland.

Is the Conference League second qualifying round draw on TV & can I live stream it?​

No, the draw will not be broadcast live on television. 

TNT Sport holds the rights to showcase all European club competitions on their channels, however, this draw has not been selected.

You can, however, watch the draw live on UEFA's website.

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Who could St Mirren draw in the Conference League second qualifying round draw?

St Mirren are seeded for the second qualifying round of the Conference League - in theory meaning an easier draw.

The draw has been split into smaller grouping with St Mirren guaranteed to face one of the following teams.

SK Brann (Norway)

BK Hacken (Sweden)

FCB Magpies (Gibraltar) or Derry City (Ireland)

Valur (Iceland) or KF Vllaznia (Albania)

Cliftonville (Northern Ireland)

St Mirren will be number four in the draw with possible opponents between six and ten for the draw.

When are the 2024/25 Conference League qualifiers?

First qualifying round: 11 & 18 July 2024

Second qualifying round: 25 July & 1 August 2024

Third qualifying round: 8 & 15 August 2024

Play-offs: 22 & 29 August 2024

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Will St Mirren be at home for the first or second leg?

It will not be known whether St Mirren will play at home or away in the first leg until the draw.

The home and away legs will be decided by which team is drawn out the hat first.

What happens if St Mirren lose their second qualifying round tie?​

If St Mirren lose in the Conference League second qualifying round then they fall out of European competition for the season.