Know all about the 2018-19 UEFA Champions League fixturesLast updated on Aug 31, 2018, 12:24 am
The 2018-19 Champions League group stage fixtures were announced on Thursday in Monaco.
This season will see the finale being played in Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano (home stadium of Atletico Madrid).
Besides the UCL draw, awards were presented to the best players of the 2017-18 season.
Europe's top clubs will battle it out as top 32 clubs were divided into groups of 4.
All the 8 groups
UEFA Awards: Know the winners
Real Madrid's Keylor Navas was adjudged the goal-keeper of the 2017-18 season.
Real's skipper Sergio Ramos was declared the best defender, whereas, World Cup finalist Luka Modric won the best mid-fielder.
Cristiano Ronaldo beat Mo Salah and Messi to win the best forward trophy.
Notably, Luka Modric also won UEFA Men's Player of the Year, ending years of domination by CR7 and Messi.
Ronaldo to visit old club Manchester United
Cristiano Ronaldo will be back at the Theatre of Dreams as Manchester United were drawn against Juventus FC in group H. Ronaldo played 292 matches for United in a six-year spell, before moving to Real Madrid. The Portuguese moved to Juventus this summer.
Group of death in the 2018-19 season
Group C is definitely the 'Group of Death' this season.
Group C sees French winners Paris Saint-Germain, Italian powerhouse Napoli and last season's finalists Liverpool take up the spots.
Both Liverpool and PSG boast of superstars.
The two-legged tie will be a clash of their famed forward trio.
Napoli, under Carlo Ancelotti, will provide stiff competition.
Red Star Belgrade fill up the 4th spot.