All 32 clubs are set for this season's UEFA Champions League draw, and on Thursday, the eight groups were revealed.
Pot 1 consisted of Real Madrid, Eintracht Frankfurt, Man City, AC Milan, Bayern Munich, PSG, Porto, and Ajax.
Pot 2 featured Liverpool, Chelsea, Barcelona, Juventus, Atletico, Sevilla, RB Leipzig and Tottenham.
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Then, Pot 3 saw Dortmund, FC Salzburg, Shakhtar, Inter, Napoli, Benfica, Sporting CP and Bayer Leverkusen.
The draw concluded with Pot 4 consisting of Rangers, Dinamo Zagreb, Marseille, Copenhagen, Brugge, Celtic, Viktoria Plzen, and Maccabi Haifa.
Last season's champions Real Madrid are placed in Group F, while Barcelona will compete out of Group C.
The most difficult group appears to be Group C, which will feature Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Inter Milan, and Viktoria Plzeň!
For American fans, at least 10 U.S. Men's National Team players will be competing in this season's Champions League.
That includes Chelsea's Christian Pulisic, as well as the pairing of James Sands and Malik Tillman on Rangers.