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Champions League 2014-15 Group Stage Draw Schedule

UEFA Champions League 2014–15 Draw Live, Date, Time

Here is the news about UEFA Champions League 2014–15 draw date, time and live streaming. Draw date & time for group stage round are announced by the UEFA & 32 best teams are all set for another biggest championship in Europe. The upcoming competition of Union of European Football Association is the 60th edition and it is 23rd edition when it was renamed. This tournament begun from 1 July 2014 & final match will be played on 6th June 2015 at Olympiastadion in Berlin, Germany.

Champions League 2014–15 Draw Schedule

Date: 28 August 2014 Time: 3:45pm [GMT], 5:45pm [CST], 9:15pm [IST], 4:45pm [BST] Live Stream: Total 32 teams are categorized into 4 pots based on the coefficients of UEFA. The UCL group stage comprises of 8 pools of four teams: consequently, a team from each pot is drawn and placed into one of the eight groups available. This is done by pot and not “one at a time” that is to say, all the teams from pot one will be placed into a group, and then pot two, and so on down to the fourth and final pot. 22 teams directly qualifed for group stage round including the winners Real Madrid and runners up Atletico Madrid. While, remaining 10 including Athletic Bilbao, Bayer Leverkusen, FC Porto teams qualified via playoff round. 77 teams from 53 associations qualified for this competition out of which 32 teams will get ticket of group stage round.

Champions League 2014–15 Pots of Group Stage Draw

Champions League 2014-15 Group Stage Draw Schedule

Club Qualified as Season 2013–14
Pot 1
Real Madrid Holders Winners
Barcelona Runners-up, Spain Quarter finals
Bayern Munich Champions, Germany Semi finals
Chelsea Third place, England Semi finals
Benfica Champions, Portugal UEL, runner-up
Atletico Madrid Champions, Spain Runner-up
Arsenal Fourth place, England Round of 16
FC Porto Third Place, Portugal UEL, runner-up
Pot 2
Schalke 04 Third Place, Germany Round of 16
Borussia Dortmund Runners-up, Germany Quarter finals
Juventus Champions, Italy UEL, Semi finals
Paris Saint Germain Champions, France Quarter finals
Shakhtar Donetsk Champions, Ukraine UEL, round of 32
FC Basel Champions, Switzerland UEL, quarter finals
FC Zenit Runners-up, Russia Round of 16
Manchester City Champions, England Round of 16
Pot 3
Bayer 04 Leverkusen Fourth Place, Germany Round of 16
Olympiacos FC Champions, Greece Round of 16
PFC CSKA Moskva Champions, Russia Group Stage
AFC Ajax Champions, Netherlands UEL, round of 32
Liverpool Runners-up, England N/A
Sporting club be Portugal Runners-up, Portugal N/A
Galatasaray AS Runners-up, Turkey Round of 16
Athletic Club Fourth Place, Spain N/A
Pot 4
RSC Anderlecht Champions, Belgium Group Stage
AS Roma Runners-up, Italy N/A
APOEL FC Champions, Cyprus UEL, group stage
FC BATE Borisov Champions, Belarus 2nd qualifying round
PFC Ludogorets Razgrad Champions, Bulgaria Play-offs
NK Maribor Champions, Slovenia UEL, round of 32
AS Monaco FC Runners-up, France N/A
Malmo FF Champions, Sweden UEL, 3rd Qualifying round

Europe’s Player of the Year Announcement

On same day, the name of Europe’s best player will be announced. Real Madrid winger Cristiano Roanldo, Bayern Munich goalkeeper and forward Arjen Robben are the contenders of this award. This award was taken into account in and so far, we have three winners named as Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta and Franck Ribery. This means we will have a new best player of Europe as previous winners are not nominated this time. The Portuguese captain Cristiano Ronaldo is the considered as the strongest competitor to win this award. The player scored goals and provide 9 assists in 30 matches of La Liga 2013–17. After scoring 17 goals in last season of UCL, Ronaldo became top goal scorer in single season of Champions League.

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