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Champions League 2023/24 Group Stage Draw

The 2023/24 Champions League Group Stage draw was held at Monaco in France on Thursday, 31 August 2023. Here is the 2023/24 Champions League group stage draw in full.

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Last updated: 01.09.2023
Champions League 2023-24 Group Stage Draw

Two months after Manchester City lifted the Champions League title for the first time, the group Stage 2023/24 Champions League is set with the competition expected to be another exciting roller-coaster. The tournament will begin on September 19, 2023, with the final held at Wembley Stadium in London on 1st June 2023. The 32 teams will also fight to qualify for the inaugural expanded version of the FIFA Club World Cup in 2025. This is also the last time the Champions League will be played in the present format before abolishing the group stages for a Swiss Model system from next year.


Here is the 2023/24 Champions League group stage draw in full:       



Group A

Bayern Munich

Manchester United

FC Copenhagen

Galatasaray


Group A will have a repeat of the 1999 Champions League final with Bundesliga winners Bayern Munich grouped with Manchester United. The Red Devils are returning to the competition after a season's absence and will also face FC Copenhagen of Denmark coming through qualifiers and Turkish champions Galatasaray.


Group B

Sevilla

Arsenal

PSV

RC Lens

 

After a long wait to return to the Champions League stage, first time since the 2015-16 season, Arsenal will take on last season’s Europa League winners Sevilla, Dutch giants PSV whom they face in that tournament and competition debutants RC Lens in Group B.          


Group C

Napoli

Real Madrid

SC Braga

Union Berlin   

 

Last season’s semifinalists and record holders Real Madrid will hope to reach the top again paired in the group stage with Serie A winners after 33 years Napoli, Braga returning to the Champions League after 11 years and Bundesliga surprise package Union Berlin. They will be playing in the competition for the first time in their history.   

     

Group D

Benfica

Inter

Salzburg

Real Sociedad


Inter made it to the final of the final in Istanbul last season against all odds and will be hoping for the same after sharing the group with Portuguese champions Benfica, Austrian winners Salzburg and Real Sociedad making it to the tournament after the 2013/14 season.  

  

Group E

Feyenoord

Atletico Madrid

Lazio

Celtic


Group E will consist of Eredivisie winners Feyenoord facing the challenge of competition regulars Atletico Madrid, Lazio and Scottish championship winners Celtic.

 

Group F

PSG

Dortmund

Milan

Newcastle United

 

By the look of things, Group F is the ‘group of death’ in this season’s Champions League with Ligue 1 champions PSG, Bundesliga heavyweights Dortmund and former Serie A winners AC Milan making the mix. Adding to that, Newcastle United are also in the group having returned to the Champions League stage after 18 years backed by their Saudi-led ownership.  

    

Group G

Manchester City

RB Leipzig

Red Star Belgrade

Young Boys

 

Winners Manchester City will begin the defence of their Champions League title with probably having the easiest group than the rest. They will face RB Leipzig for the third consecutive season along with Serbian league winners Red Star Belgrade and Swiss champions Young Boys.        


Group H  

FC Barcelona

FC Porto

Shakhter Donetsk

Royal Antwerp

 

La Liga winners FC Barcelona have been included in the last group with FC Porto from Portugal, Shakhtar Donetsk of Ukraine and Belgian club Royal Antwerp. The Catalan giants will hope to escape the group stages after failing to do so in the previous two seasons with a lot easier group this time out.

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