UCL group stage draw 2022/23. Date, Time and everything you need to know

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The 2022/23 UEFA Champions League group stage draw will take place on Thursday, 25 August 2022, at 18:00 CET.

Here’s everything you need to know about the draw, including the date, time, venue, and how to watch live.

In this UCL group stage draw The 32 teams competing in the group stage will be split into four seeding pots of eight teams each. The eight group winners and eight runners-up with the best records will progress to the knockout stage.
A total of 26 teams play directly in the tournament, and the rest of the 6 teams need to win their playoff match and participate in the tournament.

Here is the list of 26 teams they can directly play in the tournament:

Real Madrid,
Liverpool,
Manchester City,
Chelsea,
Tottenham
Barcelona,
Atletico Madrid,
Sevilla
Bayern Munich,
Borussia Dortmund,
Bayer Leverkusen,
RB Leipzig,
Eintracht Frankfurt
AC Milan,
Inter Milan,
Napoli,
Juventus
Paris Saint-Germain,
Olympique Marseille,
Porto,
Sporting CP,
RB Salzburg,
Club Brugge,
Celtic,
Shakhtar Donetsk,
Ajax Amsterdam,

Qualifying Playoff match:
Maccabi Haifa vs Red Star
FC Copenhagen vs Trabzonspor
Bodo Glimt vs Dinamo Zagreb
Qarabag vs Viktoria Plzen
Rangers vs PSV Eindhoven
Dynamo Kyiv vs Benfica

Which 6 team will be Qualified in the next round to join the other 26 teams what’s your opinion?

The group stage draw will take place at the Istanbul, Türkiye. It will begin at 18:00 CET (18:00 BST/13:00 ET) on Thursday, 25 August 2022.

How to watch live

The draw will be streamed live on UEFA’s official website and its YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter channels.

It will also be broadcast live on TV networks around the world, including BT Sport in the UK, ESPN in the US, and beIN Sports in France.

The draw will be made up of four seeding pots, with each pot containing eight teams. The 32 teams that will compete in the group stage will be split into these four seeding pots based on their UEFA club coefficients.

In the last year 2021/22 Season their lots of top teams and very exciting matches but in the end, Real Madrid show their monster ability and they will come back when everyone loses their hope.

Pot 1 will contain the Title holder (Real Madrid), The champions of Europe’s six highest-ranked nations (Liverpool, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich,, Barcelona and Chelsea) and the other one is the 2021/22 Season UEFA Europa League Winner Eintracht Frankfurt.

Pot 2 will contain the champions of Europe’s next six highest-ranked nations (Juventus, Atlético Madrid, Sevilla, Tottenham Hotspur, RB Leipzig, Borussia Dortmund)

Pot 3 will contain the champions of Europe’s next Six highest-ranked nations (Ajax Amsterdam, Porto, RB Salzburg, Shakhtar Donetsk, Inter Milan, Napoli,)

Pot 4 will contain the champions of Europe’s final Six highest-ranked nations (Olympique Marseille, Bayer Leverkusen, Sporting CP, Club Brugge, AC Milan, Celtic,)

The other 6 Teams need to win their playoff game after that they will be added in Plots 2 to 4.

The draw will be made up of four seeding pots, with each pot containing eight teams. The 32 teams that will compete in the group stage will be split into these four seeding pots based on their UEFA club coefficients.

The eight group winners and eight runners-up with the best records will progress to the knockout stage.

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