All (?) 18 teams eligible to participate in the pool stage of the Champions League 2019 to 2020 are now known. Due to the current ranking for this competition these are the following teams in the respective league order, for remarks see below:
Turkey: VakifBank ISTANBUL, Eczacibasi VitrA ISTANBUL, Fenerbahce Opet ISTANBUL
Italy: Imoco CONEGLIANO, Igor Gorgonzola NOVARA, Savino del Bene SCANDICCI
Russia: Dynamo MOSCOW, Lokomotiv KALININGRAD, Uralochka NTMK EKATERINBURG
Poland: LKS Commercecon LODZ, (Grot) Budowlani LODZ
France: RC CANNES, NANTES
Germany: Allianz MTV STUTTGART
Romania: Alba BLAJ
Slovenia: Nova KBM Branik MARIBOR
Belorus: Minchanka MINSK (Caution: there is special qualification duel for it, but Minsk should win it)
Bulgaria: Maritza PLOVDIV
Remarks: Germany is supposed to be stronger as Poland and France, but lost ranking points by denying participation in 2018 edition (Schwerin claimed bad cost/result ratio, Stuttgart couldn't afford it financially, Dresden wasn't allowed to take a berth of the others, even not in qualification). That's the reason, why Germany has only one slot and Schwerin is forced to go to CEV Cup (where they might get some good result anyway, with a medal absolutely possible).
Slovenia, Belorus and Bulgaria had luck, that Switzerland, Czech Republic and Serbia lost their berths by not accepting them in 2019 edition (only champions were eligible, but Volero went from Switzerland to France, then using the Le Cannet license with Challenge Cup berth, and Czech team Prostejov didn't participate as Serbian Vizura Ruma (Beograd) due to financial issues.