The draw for the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League will be done on Thursday, August 30, in Monaco as football fans will known the groups their clubs will fall into.
32 teams will take part in this season's UEFA Champions League, and Real Madrid are the reigning champions after beating Liverpool this year in Kiev.
All these clubs are split into four seeding pots in which pot 1 consists of the holders, the UEFA Europa League winners and the champions of the six highest-ranked nations.
No team can play a club from their own association, which means that clubs from Russia and Ukraine must not be drawn in the same group
Real Madrid (holders)
Atlético Madrid (UEFA Europa League winners)
Borussia Dortmund 89.000
Manchester United 82.000
Shakhtar Donetsk 81.000
Tottenham Hotspur 67.000
CSKA Moskva 45.000
PSV Eindhoven 36.000
Viktoria Plzeň 33.000
Club Brugge 29.500
Young Boys 20.500
Internazionale Milano 16.000
Crvena zvezda 10.750
AEK Athens 10.000
The 2018/19 UEFA Champions League draw will start by 5pm Nigerian time in Monaco.
Meanwhile, the 2018/19 Champions League encounters will start on September 18/19, while the final will be on June 1, 2019 at the Estadio Metropolitano, Madrid.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Real Madrid were crowned champions of Europe for the 13th time as they defeated Liverpool in the 2017/18 Champions League final by 3-1.
Karim Benzema scored the first goal in bizarre fashion as the Reds goalkeeper Lucas Karius throws the ball against the Frenchman's leg to score Madrid's first goal.
Sadio Mane restored parity for Liverpool, but two other goals from Gareth Bale condemned Liverpool to a defeat in Kiev.
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