The Blues have faced Brann in European competition before, winning 8-1 on aggregate in 2008, but Ruzomberok are an unknown quantity.
They play in orange and their home ground has a capacity of less than 5,000 – meaning that the travelling Evertonians will likely end up in the home end. For a change!
With the first leg at Goodison Park on July 27th, a ticket announcement is expected soon, while our travel partners from a couple of rivers away are working hard on the arrangements for the second leg on August 3rd.
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