Champions League draw: When is it?
The draw for the group stages takes place at 5pm UK time from Monaco.
No team can face another from the same country.
Champions League draw: How can I watch?
UEFA will be streaming the draw on their official website.
Alternatively BT Sport will also show the event from Monaco across their streaming services.
TV coverage of the draw will be on BT Sport 2, and you can also watch on their website or the BT Sport app.
Coverage will begin at 4.30pm with UEFA presenting a number of awards before the official draw happens.
Starsport will also be live blogging the draw and bringing you all the reaction afterwards.
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The Pots (after Tuesday night’s matches)
The 32 teams in the draw will be split into eight groups of four with one side coming from each of the pots listed below.
POT 1 – holders and champions of other top eight-ranked nations
When are the ties?
The group stage matches are split into six matchdays over three months:
12-13 September: matchday one
26-27 September: matchday two
17-18 October: matchday three
31 October-1 November: matchday four
21-22 November: matchday five
5-6 December: matchday six
What else is happening at the Champions League draw?
UEFA will hand out the following awards throughout the event.
UEFA Men’s Player of the Year
UEFA Women’s Player of the Year
Goalkeeper of the 2016/17 Champions League season
Defender of the 2016/17 Champions League season
Midfielder of the 2016/17 Champions League season
Forward of the 2016/17 Champions League season