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Champions League Group Stage Draw – 2006/2007

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The Champions League group stages kick off on 12th September, and here is how the qualifying groups stand:

Group A:

Barcelona
Chelsea
Werder Bremen
Levski Sofia

Group B:

Inter Milan
Bayern Munich
Sporting Lisbon
Spartak Moscow

Group C:

Liverpool
PSV Eindhoven
Bordeaux
Galatasaray

Group D:

Valencia
AS Roma
Olympiakos
Shakhtar Donetsk

Group E:

Real Madrid
Lyon
Steaua Bucharest
Dynamo Kiev

Group F:

Manchester United
Celtic
Benfica
FC Copenhagen

Group G:

Arsenal
Porto
CSKA Moscow
Hamburg

Group H:

AC Milan
Lille
AEK Athens
Anderlecht

Initial Pots

Pot One: AC Milan, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Inter Milan, Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United, Valencia

Pot Two: Lyon, Porto, PSV Eindhoven, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Roma, Celtic, Lille

Pot Three: Sporting Lisbon, Benfica, Bordeaux, Steaua Bucharest, Werder Bremen, Olympiakos, CSKA Moscow, AEK Athens

Pot Four: Anderlecht, Dynamo Kiev, Levski Sofia, Shakhtar Donetsk, Hamburg, Galatasaray, Spartak Moscow, FC Copenhagen

UEFA Club Awards

UEFA Club Goalkeeper of the Year: Jens Lehmann (Arsenal)

UEFA Club Defender of the Year: Carlos Puyol (Barcelona)

UEFA Club Midfielder of the Year: Deco (Barcelona)

UEFA Club Forward of the Year: Samuel Eto’o (Barcelona)

UEFA Club Player of the Year: Ronaldinho (Barcelona)

The 2006/2007 Champions League Final will be held on 23 May 2007, Olympic Stadium, Athens.

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