The UEFA Champions League 2020/21 campaign is underway with the first of five qualifying rounds started on 8 August, the last will finish on 30 September.
Once finished, all 32 entrants will be in the draw for the group stage that will take place in Athens on 1 October.
The group-stage matches are set for 20 October and should be wrapped up by 9 December.
CONFIRMED SIDES SO FAR:
Spain (4): Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Sevilla
England (4): Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea
Italy (4): Juventus, Interazionale, Atalanta, Lazio
Germany (4): Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, Mönchengladbach
France (3): Paris Saint-Germain, Marseille, Rennes
Russia (2): Zenit St Petersburg, Lokomotiv Moskow
Portugal (1): Porto
Belgium (1): Club Brugge
Ukraine (1): Shakhtar Donetsk
Turkey (1): İstanbul Basaksehir
WHO ELSE COULD BE INVOLVED?
UEFA rules state if the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League winners qualify via their domestic league, then the champions of the 11th-ranked association (Netherlands) will enter the group stage, which means Ajax will be involved if Lyon don’t win the European Cup.
Similarly, if the 2019/20 Europa League winners qualify via their domestic league – which finalists Internazionale and Sevilla have done – then the third-placed team of the fifth-ranked association (France) will enter the group stage. Rennes will secure their participation.
The other six places in the group-stage will come from the Champions League third qualifying round.