Six British teams await the draw for the Champions League group stage, which takes place on Thursday at 17:00 BST in Monaco.
Premier League champions Chelsea, runners-up Tottenham and third-placed Manchester City are all in the draw.
They will be joined by Europa League winners Manchester United, as well as Liverpool and Scottish champions Celtic who both came through qualifying.
The group stages of the competition begin on 12-13 September.
The last time six British teams qualified for the group stages was in 2007-08, when English sides Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal were joined by Scottish clubs Celtic and Rangers. The final saw Sir Alex Ferguson’s United defeat Avram Grant’s Chelsea on penalties.
Scroll to the bottom to see the full list of teams and the pots they are in.
Who has qualified?
Holders Real Madrid are in pot one alongside the winners of Europe’s seven other biggest leagues – Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Benfica, Monaco, Spartak Moscow and Shakhtar Donetsk.
A dangerous pot two contains English sides Manchester United and Manchester City, as well as five-time winners Barcelona and the owners of the world’s most expensive player – Neymar’s Paris St-Germain.
Premier League sides Tottenham and Liverpool are in pot three, while Scotland’s Celtic are in pot four which features Dutch champions Feyenoord and the runners-up from Germany’s Bundesliga, Leipzig.
When are the group stage match days?
Match day one: 12-13 September
Match day two: 26-27 September
Match day three: 17-18 October
Match day four: 31 October-1 November
Match day five: 21-22 November
Match day six: 5-6 December