Cristiano Ronaldo’s Champions League debut at Manchester United will be against Young Boys on September 14, while Liverpool will start with a home game against opponents in the 2005 and 2007 finals AC Milan a day later.
- Manchester United to start Champions League campaign against Young Boys
- Liverpool to face AC Milan at home in their first group stage game
- Defending champions Chelsea to make home debut against Zenit St. Petersburg
Cristiano Ronaldo’s first Champions League game after returning to Manchester United will take place at Young Boys on September 14.
Ronaldo has won the Champions League five times in his career and will begin his quest to bring European glory back to United in Switzerland.
The following night Liverpool will begin their home group stage campaign against AC Milan, whom they beat in the 2005 final but lost at the same stadium in 2007.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Champions League debut at Manchester United will be against Young Boys
Defending champions Chelsea will make their home debut against Zenit St. Petersburg on September 14, while a day later Manchester City host RB Leipzig.
On September 28, City will face Paris Saint-Germain in a highly anticipated clash, with Lionel Messi looking to help his new side gain the upper hand over Pep Guardiola’s side. The return leg at the Etihad Stadium will take place on November 24.
Liverpool start Champions League campaign against old enemies AC Milan at Anfield
Zlatan Ibrahimovic hopes to be fit enough to play against Liverpool on September 15
Defending champions Chelsea to start with home game against Zenit St. Petersburg
Manchester United will want revenge on Villarreal, who beat them on penalties in the Europa League final last season. They go head to head at Old Trafford on September 29 before meeting in Spain on November 23.
Liverpool will face Atletico Madrid away on October 19 before welcoming them to Anfield on November 3.
Chelsea will travel to face Juventus on September 29 and face them at Stamford Bridge on November 23.
Far from the English club, Barcelona face Bayern Munich at home on September 14 and away on September 29.
* Kick off times 8 p.m. UK time unless otherwise stated
September 14 – Zenit (home)
September 29 – Juventus (away)
October 20 – Malmö (home)
November 2 – Malmö (outdoor) – 5.45 p.m.
November 23 – Juventus (home)
December 8 – Zenit (outdoor) – 5.45 p.m.
September 15 – AC Milan (home)
September 28 – Porto (away)
October 19 – Atletico Madrid (away)
November 3 – Atletico Madrid (domicile)
November 24 – Porto (home)
December 7 – AC Milan (away)
FIXTURES DE MANCHESTER CITY
September 15 – RB Leipzig (home)
September 28 – PSG (outside)
October 19 – Club Bruges (outside) – 5.45 p.m.
November 3 – Club Bruges (home)
November 24 – PSG (home)
December 7 – RB Lepizig (outside) – 5:45 p.m.
FIXTURES MANCHESTER UNITED
September 14 – Young Boys (outdoor) – 5:45 p.m.
September 29 – Villarreal (home)
October 20 – Atalanta (home)
November 2 – Atalanta (outside)
November 23 – Villarreal (outdoor) – 5.45 p.m.
December 8 – Young boys (at home)