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UEFA Champions League Famous League: These are Brugge’s potential opponents in the group stage | football

Champions LeagueThe division of fate in the Champions League is well known. On Thursday evening, Club Brugge will be in the group stage draw. Blauw-Zwart is in the fourth pot and so could end up in a very difficult group. These are their potential opponents.

Brugge, the national league champion, will know its opponent in the group stage of the Champions League on Thursday evening (6 pm), and the draw will take place in the Turkish city of Istanbul. Blauw-Zwart is back on the fourth pot, which means the group stage is going to be another tough one. A combination with Manchester City, Barcelona and Inter is possible. imagined.

What is already certain is that it will be a very busy fall for all participating teams. Due to the World Cup in Qatar, the CL group stage was completed at an accelerated pace, having been six days on a napkin between 6 September and 2 November. Then the Champions League returns again in mid-February with the eighth finals. The final will be held on June 10 at the Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul.

Full pot design:

jar 1

Real Madrid (spa)
Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany)
Manchester City (England)
Milan (Italy)
Bayern Munich (Germany)
Paris Saint-Germain (Fra)
Porto (Por)
Ajax (Dutch)

jar 2

Liverpool (England)
Chelsea (eng.)
Barcelona (spa)
Juventus (Italy)
Atletico Madrid (spa)
Seville (spa)
RB Leipzig (Germany)
Tottenham Hotspur (Eng.)

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Borussia Dortmund (Germany)
Salzburg (East)
Shakhtar Donetsk (UK)
Inter (Italy)
Naples, Italy)
Sporting Lisbon (Por)
Bayer Leverkusen (Germany)
Benfica (Bor)

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jar 4

Marseille (France)
Club Brugge (Belle)
Celtic (Sch)
Maccabi Haifa (Israel)
Victoria Plzen (China)
Rangers (Sch)
FC Copenhagen (DEN)
Dinamo Zagreb (Crowe)

The draw can be followed on HLN LIVE from 6pm with comments from Mark Degres and Dirk DeVerme. Gilles de Belde and our head of football, Nils Poissonnier, provide information from Istanbul.

Real Madrid won the Champions League last year. © Photo News