Who are the champions of PSG, Monaco, Brest and Lille in the Champions League?

If PSG has no real chance of winning, the other French clubs qualify for the Champions League. The new shape of the C1 could change its size.

It was mentioned on June 1, during the Champions League final between Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund. The original form of the C1 finds its full and relaxed place in a new mouth with no longer 32, 36 teams divided into four groups of new teams, the competing club has matches from the first phase, the call phase of the League.

The draw will be upset. The 36 clubs serve in four hats, with no new equipment for the hat. But each club will ultimately face two two-hat clubs, that is to say two from hat 1, two others from hat 2, then 3 and 4. The importance of the hats is therefore less.

Lille in hat 3?

The UEFA ranking, based on the results of the European Cup over the last five years, nevertheless governs the distribution of teams in the four hats. PSG are one of the best and most assured championship winners of the other European champions, including Real Madrid, Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, in the semi-finals.

Another certainty, Brest will conversely emerge in the fourth hat. The development takes place in the same place as Monaco, with a few surprises during the preliminaries and access barriers. For now, only 26 of the 36 participating teams are in fact known. Lille will have to go through this to validate their ticket. And in the event of qualification, the Northerners are likely to be placed in hat 3.

Here are the possible hats:

Hat 1
Manchester City, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, PSGLiverpool, Inter Milan, Borussia Dortmund, Leipzig, FC Barcelona

Hat 2
Bayer Leverkusen, Atlético de Madrid, Juventus, Atalanta, Benfica, Arsenal, FC Bruges, Shakhtar Donetsk, AC Milan

Hat 3
Feyenoord, Sporting Lisbon, PSV Eindhoven, LillePAOK Salonika, Fenerbahçe, Maccabi Tel-Aviv, Young Boys Bern, Celtic

Hat 4
Galatasaray, MonacoSparta Prague, Aston Villa, Bologna, Girona, Stuttgart, Sturm Graz, Brest

Author: Jacqueline MANNESSIER