Champions League Draw 20/21 Results

Champions League Draw 20/21 Results

Find Out Who Your Team Drew in Champions League 20/21

It's that time of a year when all football fans get excited the Champions League draw 20/21 results are here! We will finally find out who will play who in Champions League 20/21. The finale will be played in Istanbul. The last time Istanbul was hosting Campions League Finale we have witnessed an amazing comeback of Liverpool who eventually beat AC Milan on Penalties.

This year's draw will be in hands of Wesley Snider and Peter Cech both players had a stellar career as professional footballers.

The Road To Istanbul Starts Today

Group A


Real Madrid (ESP)

Club Brugge (BEL)

Galatasaray A.S. (TUR)


Group B

Bayern Munich (GER)

Tottenham Hotspurs (ENG)

Olympiacos FC (GRE)

FC Cervena Hvezda (CRO)


Group C

Manchester City (ENG)

Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR)

GNK Dinamo (CRO)

Atalanta BC (ITA)



Group D

Juventus (ITA)

Atletico Madrid (ESP)

Bayer 04 Leverkusen (GER)

FC Lokomotiv Moscow (RUS)


Group E

Liverpool FC (ENG)

Napoli (ITA)

FC Salzburg (AUS)

KRC Genk  (BEL)


Group F

FC Barcelona (ESP)

Borussia Dortmund (GER)

Inter Milan (ITA)

SK Slavia Praha (CZE)


Group G

Football Club Zenit (RUS)

Benfica Lisbon  (POR)

Olympic Lyon (FRA)

RB Leipzig (GER)


Group H

Chelsea FC (ENG)

Ajax (NED)

Valencia CF (ESP)

LOSC Lille (FRA)


The Toughest Group

When you look at the draw it's easy to see that this years Champions League is going to be very entertaining. That being said it's clear to see that the toughest group is the group F.

FC Barcelona (ESP)

Borussia Dortmund (GER)

Inter Milan (ITA)

SK Slavia Praha (CZE)


Deja Vu Matches

Manchester City will face Shakhtar Donetsk once again and Liverpool FC will face Napoli FC.

The Most Interesting Group

No question it's the group G. All these teams at least on paper have a chance to win the group stage.

Football Club Zenit (RUS)

Benfica Lisbon  (POR)

Olympic Lyon (FRA)

RB Leipzig (GER)


Find out more info about Champions League here on Sports Talk Line or on the official UEFA site.

Share this post

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest
Share on print
Share on email
Explore More Sports Stories

Thomas Partey Rumours Latest

These Are The Latest Thomas Partey Rumour For this we have to go way back to April reports within Spain were coming

Thank you for being here – We would like to ask for your help. Sports Talk Line’s independent sports journalism is a unique offering in the world of sports. As we bring you independent sports content WE MADE A CHOICE and unlike many sports news organizations, we have chosen a methodology to operate that allows every reader access to this much needed independent reporting. We are sports fans ourselves, not suits on 5th avenue. Every contribution, large or small, directly supports independent sports journalism. Your support is what allows our incredible group of freelance writers to continue to hone their craft and bring you accurate sports news. But there is always a new month. We have to continue to receive support from our readers in order to keep this alive. Help us make independent sports journalism an ongoing reality. Click here to Support Sports Talk Line for as little as $1 – only a moment of your time to help keep independent sports journalism alive  – Thank you.

Leave a Reply

In today’s economic reality, not everyone can afford to support monetarily. HEY! We take moral support as well! We take our mission of delivering Sports News with journalistic standards to heart.  Please become a member (for FREE) and renew it (for FREE) each year. You will have to put up with a few ads but you will get access to the STLN and become a valued, supporting member of our family. 


Thank You For

Supporting Independent Sports Journalism

Help us make independent sports journalism an ongoing reality. Support Sports Talk Line for as little as $1 - only takes a moment of your time and it keeps sports journalism alive. Thanks again.

Please Contribute

Keep independent journalism alive