Celtic enter the Champions League qualifying rounds today as they aim to make it into the competition for the first time since 2017.

To go all the way to the group stages the Hoops will have to navigate their way past four teams and eight ties as a whole.

Here are all the details you need ahead of today's draw.

When does it take place?

The draw for second round qualifying takes place today (Wednesday June 16).

Proceedings will get underway from 11am UK time at the House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland.

Can you watch the draw on TV?

Unfortunately the draw is not scheduled to be shown on TV, but you can watch all the action on a live stream via the UEFA website HERE.

Alternatively you can follow the draw live with us in our blog.

Who can Celtic get?

Celtic are seeded and could play either Galatasaray (Turkey), FC Midtjylland (Denmark) or Rapid Vienna (Austria).

When do the matches take place?

First leg ties take place on July 20/21, with the second leg the following week on July 27/28.