Matches on Thursday November 19, 2020
|Second qualifying round||13:00||Gintra lt||0–7||no Vålerenga||Telšių dirbtinės dangos stadionas||Victoria Beyer||Match Report|
|Second qualifying round||13:00||SFK 2000 ba||0–2||ua Zhytlobud-2||Nogometni kamp Reprezentacije BiH||María Dolores Martínez||Match Report|
|Second qualifying round||14:00||Shkodër al||0–2||by FC Minsk||Stadiumi Loro Boriçi||Abigail Marriott||Match Report|
|Second qualifying round||15:00||U Olimpia Cluj ro||0–1||ge WFC Lanchkhuti||Cluj Arena||Zuzana Valentová||Match Report|
|Second qualifying round||17:00||St. Pölten at||1–0||ru ZFK CSKA Moskva||NV Arena||Ivana Pejkovic||Match Report|
|Regular Season||19||10:30||Antofagasta||1–1||CD Everton||Estadio Regional Calvo y Bascuñán||Felipe González||Match Report|
|Regular Season||19||16:15||Huachipato||1–1||Iquique||Estadio CAP||Fernando Vejar||Match Report|
|Regular Season||19||18:30||Colo-Colo||1–0||Audax Italiano||Estadio Monumental David Arellano||Julio Bascuñán||Match Report|
|Regular Season||19||21:00||Santiago Wanderers||1–0||Unión Española||Estadio Elías Figueroa Brander||Nicolás Gamboa||Match Report|
|Second Phase||8||12:15||Mushuc Runa||1–1||CD Olmedo||Estadio del Mushuc Runa Sporting Club||René Marín||Match Report|
|Second Phase||8||14:30||El Nacional||0–2||Univ Católica||Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa||Jefferson Macias||Match Report|
|Second Phase||8||16:45||LDU Portoviejo||1–2||Orense Sporting Club||Estadio Reales Tamarindos||Franklin Congo||Match Report|
|Second Phase||8||19:00||Barcelona SC||2–0||CD Cuenca||Estadio Monumental Isidro Romero Carbo||Juan Andrade||Match Report|
|Regular Season||2||16:10||Nassaji||1–1||Tractor Sazi||Vatani Stadium||Reza Kermanshahi||Match Report|
|Regular Season||2||16:20||Sepahan||1–0||Aluminium Arak FC||Naghsh-e-Jahan Stadium||Abdolnabi Poorkhalaf||Match Report|
|Regular Season||2||16:35||Naft||1–1||Saipa||Behnam Mohammadi Stadium||Payam Heydari||Match Report|
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