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The group stage of the Champions League is officially set




The draw for the group stage of the 2019-20 Champions League is officially set.

On Thursday, 32 teams from around the world found out where’d they match up in the group stage of the biggest tournament in club soccer.

Defending champions Liverpool wound up in Group E alongside Napoli, Salzburg, Genk, while Tottenham, the runners-up of 2019, will play out of Group B against Bayern Munich, Olympiacos, and Crvena Zvezda.

As soon as the draw was set, it was clear that Group F would be dubbed the “group of death” of the tournament, with three powerhouses — Barcelona, Dortmund, and Inter Milan — battling it out for two spots available in the knockout stage.

Meanwhile, Group H will be one to watch for American fans, as Chelsea’s Christian Pulisic and Lille’s Timothy Weah will go head-to-head during the opening matches of the stage.

The group stage kicks off with matches on September 17th, with each team playing a home-and-home round robin against their group, with the top two teams advancing to the knockout stage.

You can check out the entire Champions League draw below.

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