The final lineup for the 2021/22 UEFA Champions League is slowly but surely shaping up, with 26 teams so far having booked spots in the group stages.
The teams qualified thanks to their domestic league placings or, in the case of Villarreal, as UEFA Europa League winners.
The remaining six more places will be decided through the qualifying rounds, which has already started.
2021/22 group stage as it stands
- 🇪🇸 : Atlético de Madrid, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla, Villarreal
- 🏴: Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea
- 🇩🇪: Bayern, RB Leipzig, Dortmund, Wolfsburg
- 🇮🇹: Inter Milan, AC Milan, Atalanta, Juventus
- 🇫🇷: LOSC Lille, Paris Saint-Germain
- 🇵🇹: Sporting CP, Porto
- 🇷🇺: Zenit
- 🇧🇪: Club Brugge
- 🇺🇦: Dynamo Kyiv
- 🇳🇱: Ajax
- 🇹🇷: Beşiktaş
How seeding is done;
For the group stage draw, the teams are divided into four pots. Pot 1 contains the UEFA Champions League holders, the UEFA Europa League holders, and the champions of the top six-ranked associations (Spain, England, Germany, Italy, France, Portugal).
- Chelsea (🏴), UEFA Champions League holders
- Bayern (🇩🇪)
- Manchester City (🏴)
- Atlético de Madrid (🇪🇸)
- Villarreal (🇪🇸), UEFA Europa League holders
- Inter Milan (🇮🇹)
- Sporting CP (🇵🇹)
- LOSC Lille (🇫🇷)
The remaining sides are seeded based on their UEFA club coefficients.