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UCL draw: Madrid vs Inter, City meet PSG, Barca face Bayern, Chelsea vs Juventus (SEE FULL DRAW)

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The 2021/22 Champions League group stage draw is here, let’s take a look:.



Group A: Man City, PSG, RB Leipzig, Club Brugge

Group B: Atletico Madrid, Liverpool, Porto

Group C: Sporting CP, Dortmund, Ajax, Besiktas

Group D: Inter Milan, Real Madrid, Shakhtar Donetsk

Group E: Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Benfica

Group F: Villarreal, Man Utd, Atalanta, Young Boys

Group G: Lille, Sevilla, Salzburg, Wolfsburg

Group H: Chelsea, Juventus, Zenit, Malmö




The Match Calenders:

June

8 June: Preliminary round draw

15 June: First qualifying round draw

16 June: Second qualifying round draw

22 June: Preliminary round, semi-finals

25 June: Preliminary round, final

July

6/7 July: First qualifying round, first legs

13/14 July: First qualifying round, second legs

19 July: Third qualifying round draw

20/21 July: Second qualifying round, first legs

27/28 July: Second qualifying round, second legs

August

2 August: Play-off round draw

3/4 August: Third qualifying round, first legs

10 August: Third qualifying round, second legs

17/18 August: Play-offs, first legs

24/25 August: Play-offs, second legs

26 August: Group stage draw

September

14/15 September: Group stage, Matchday 1

28/29 September: Group stage, Matchday 2

October

19/20 October: Group stage, Matchday 3

November

2/3 November: Group stage, Matchday 4

23/24 November: Group stage, Matchday 5

December

7/8 December: Group stage, Matchday 6

13 December: Round of 16 draw

February

15/16/22/23 February: Round of 16, first legs

March

8/9/15/16 March: Round of 16, second legs

18 March: Quarter-final & Semi-final draw

April

5/6 April: Quarter-finals, first legs

12/13 April: Quarter-finals, second legs

26/27 April: Semi-finals, first legs

May

3/4 May: Semi-finals, second legs

28 May: Final – Saint Petersburg Stadium

All dates are provisional and subject to change by UEFA.

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