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Who will Bayern Munich draw? Will Robert Lewandowski win the UEFA PotY? Time to find out.

Paris Saint-Germain v Bayern Munich - UEFA Champions League Final Photo by Julian Finney - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images

The Champions League ended a little over a month ago. Bayern Munich won the top prize, but the team has to start the grind all over again for the new season. The club is set to find out which team they will draw in the group stage draw for the new season, which takes place on October 1st, at the UEFA Headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.

Here are the teams that are going to take part in the draw. One team will be drawn from each pot, and two teams from each country cannot face each other.

Pot 1

Bayern Munich (GER)
Sevilla (ESP)
Real Madrid (ESP)
Juventus (ITA)
Liverpool (ENG)
PSG (FRA)
Zenit (RUS)
Porto (POR)

Pot 2

Barcelona (ESP)
Atlético de Madrid (ESP)
Manchester City (ENG)
Manchester United (ENG)
Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR)
Dortmund (GER)
Chelsea (ENG)
Ajax (NED)

Check out the rest here. In addition, the UEFA Player of the Year award will be given out. Robert Lewandowski and Manuel Neuer are in the final three, alongside Man City’s Kevin De Bruyne. Will Lewandowski win, just like Franck Ribery won in 2013? Who do you want Bayern Munich to draw? Comment below!


Draw Info

Location: UEFA Headquarters, Nyon, Switzerland

Time: 17:00 CET

TV/streaming: uefa.com, Find Your Country

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