Hapoel Be'er Sheva has a 4.725 coefficient and will be unseeded in Champions League Qualifying Round 2. Their 17 possible opponents have club coefficients ranging from 42.520 for Red Bull Salzburg of Austria to 5.400 for Trencin of Slovakia. Their other possible opponents from best to worst are Celtic of Scotland, APOEL Nicosia of Cyprus, BATE Borisov of Belarus, Legia Warsaw of Poland, Dinamo Zagreb of Croatia, Ludogorets Razgrad of Bulgaria, Copenhagen of Denmark, Qarabag of Azerbaijan, Rosenborg of Norway, Astana of Kazakhstan, Sheriff Tiraspol of Moldova, Skenderbeu Korce of Albania, Red Star Belgrade of Serbia, Dinamo Tbilisi of Georgia. and FH Hafnarfjardar of Iceland. Maccabi Tel Aviv has a 20.225 coefficient, which is the best of the 96 clubs in Europa League Qualifying Round 1. Beitar Jerusalem has a 4.225 coefficient and will also be seeded in Europa League Qualifying Round 1. Maccabi Haifa has a 11.725 coefficient and will start and be seeded in Europa League Qualifying Round 2. Maccabi Tel Aviv will be seeded in Qualifying Round 2 if they get far. Maccabi Haifa and Maccabi Tel Aviv could be seeded in every qualifying round they play in. There are three qualifying rounds and a Playoff Round. Hapoel Be'er Sheva and Maccabi Haifa must advance three rounds to reach a Group Stage. Maccabi Tel Aviv and Beitar Jerusalem must advance four rounds to reach a Group Stage. Hapoel Be'er Sheva can reach the Europa League Group Stage by winning two rounds and losing one round. They must win Champions League Qualifying Round 2 to continue. Then they can reach the Europa League Group Stage by losing in Champions League Qualifying Round 3 and winning in the Europa League Playoff Round or by winning in Champions League Qualifying Round 3 and losing in the Champions League Playoff Round. The draw for Qualifying Round 1 and Qualifying Round 2 of both competitions is tomorrow. The Qualifying Round 1 first legs are Tuesday 28 June and Wednesday 29 June for the Champions League and Thursday 30 June for the Europa League.