This Thursday (25), UEFA defined, in Istanbul, the groups of the Champions League 2022/23. The 32 teams classified for the group stage of the competition were defined yesterday (24), with the end of the playoffs.
As usual, the tournament rules are the same: teams are divided into four pots and each group will have one team from each of those pots. Clubs from the same country cannot face each other, however.
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The pots were defined by the UEFA coefficient and are divided as follows:
Pot 1: Real Madrid, Eintracht Frankfurt, Manchester City, Milan, Bayern Munich, PSG, Porto and Ajax.
Pot 2: Liverpool, Chelsea, Barcelona, Juventus, Atletico Madrid, Sevilla, RB Leipzig and Tottenham.
Pot 3: Borussia Dortmund, RB Salzburg, Shakhtar Donetsk, Inter Milan, Napoli, Sporting, Bayer Leverkusen and Benfica.
Pot 4: Olympique de Marseille, Club Brugge, Celtic, Viktoria Plzen, Maccabi Haifa, Rangers, Copenhagen and Dinamo Zagreb.
Check out, below, how the groups of the Champions 2022/23 were defined:
|A group||group B||Group C||Group D||Group E||Group F||Group G||Group H|
|ajax||Harbor||Bayern Munchen||Eintracht Frankfurt||Milan||Real Madrid||Manchester City||PSG|
|Liverpool||Madrid’s athletic||barcelona||tottenham||Chelsea||RB Leipzig||seville||Juventus|
|napoli||Bayer Leverkusen||Inter Milan||Sporting||RB Salzburg||Shakhtar Donestk||Borussia Dortmund||benfica|
|rangers||Club Brugge||Viktoria Plzen||Olympique de Marseille||Dynamo Zagreb||Celtic||Copenhagen||Maccabi Haifa|
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