How were the groups of the Champions 2021-2022?

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The die is cast on the UEFA champions league, this Thursday the Group Stage draw with the peculiarity of seeing many of the most powerful teams in Pot 2, leaving unmissable clashes for this first round in which there will be activity of mexicans with Héctor Herrera (Atlético de Madrid), Jesus Manuel Corona (FC Porto) and Edson Álvarez (Ajax).

Without the presence of representatives of clubs such as Manchester City or Juventus -according to reports-, the draw took place in Istanbul, city that was scheduled to receive the last Final that Chelsea won, but the COVID pandemic prevented it. It was in that Turkish city that the hands of former players like Michael Essien and Branislav Ivanovic shaped the eight groups.

This is how the Groups of the Champions were left

Maybe we will not have a confrontation between Messi and Barcelona, ​​but the Champions draw has given us the chance to see Lionel vs. Pep Guardiola because the PSG and Manchester City remained in Group A. The possible arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo to the Citizens would make this game probably the most memorable in Group Stage history.

For those who wonder what is the group of death we choose the B Group, in which the Mexicans Héctor Herrera and Tecatito Corona will be with the Atlético de Madrid and Porto, Besides of Liverpool and AC Milan.

Group A

  • Manchester City
  • Paris Saint-Germain
  • RB Leipzig
  • Club Brugge

B Group

  • Atlético de Madrid
  • Liverpool FC
  • FC Porto
  • AC Milan

Group C

  • Sporting Lisbon
  • Borussia Dortmund
  • AFC Ajax
  • Besiktas

Group D

  • Inter de Milan
  • Real Madrid
  • Shakhtar Donetsk
  • Sheriff Tiraspol

Group E

  • Bayern Munich
  • FC Barcelona
  • Benfica
  • Dynamo Kiev

Group F

  • Villarreal
  • Manchester United
  • Atalanta
  • Young boys

Group G

  • LOSC Lille
  • Seville
  • FC Salzburg
  • Wolfsburg

Group H

  • Chelsea
  • Juventus
  • Saint Petersburg Zenith
  • Malmö

When does the Champions League start?

Remembering that there will be six dates within the Group stage with all the clubs playing three home games and three away games, the activity starts on Tuesday, September 14 and ends on Wednesday, December 8, after which there will be a new draw for the Eighth pairings.

When and where will the Champions League Final be?

If the coronavirus pandemic does not provide otherwise, the calendar establishes that the Grand finale will be based on Krestovski Stadium in Saint Petersburg, Russia, where the two clubs that survive all the way will collide the Saturday May 28, 2022.