After a successful UEFA Champions League draw this evening. The UEFA Champions League has revealed an open selection of all 32 teams into their various groups.
There are 32 teams divided into 8 groups of which each group has four teams and has proven to be a very interesting draw for the 2023/24. The draw was held at the Grimaldi forum in Monaco on Thursday evening, as a group of 32 teams across Europe is matched to face their potential opponents as they all battle for the UEFA Champions League trophy this season.
GROUP A: BAYERN MUNICH, MANCHESTER UNITED, COPENHAGEN, GALATASARAY.
GROUP B: SEVILLA, ARSENAL, PSV, LENS.
Group C: NAPOLI, REAL MADRID, BRAGA, UNION BERLIN.
GROUP D: BENFICA, INTER MILAN, SALZBURG, SOCIEDAD.
GROUP E: FEYENOORD, ATHLETICO MADRID, LAZIO, CELTIC.
GROUP F: PSG, BORUSSIA DORTMUND, AC MILAN, NEWCASTLE.
GROUP G: MANCHESTER CITY, LEIPZIG, CRVENA, YUNG BOYS.
GROUP H: BARCELONA, PORTO, SHAKHTAR, ANTWERP.
Manchester City won the last outing of the UEFA Champions League in 2022/23 season, beating the likes of Dortmund, Leipzig, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Inter Milan to triumphantly lifting the UCL trophy. They’d be hoping to fight hard as the defending champion this season.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi’s absence in Europe makes it the First time either of the legendary players would not participate in the UEFA Champions League. With the likes of Arsenal, Newcastle, Union Berlin, and Lens being welcome back to the Champions League football after a long time of failing to qualify, the Champions League holds great suspense about who to watch out for.
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