Tough EU Draw for Olympiacos

first_imgGreek soccer power Olympiacos will have its hands full in European Champions League play after being grouped with three tough teams.The Greek side is in with German title-holder Bayern Munich, Premier League challengers Arsenal and Dinamo Zagreb, the Croatian champion.The group stages get underway on September 15-16 with the final to be played on May 28, 2016 at the San Siro in Milan, Italy.The Greek champion will play in Group F and can advance only by finishing in the top two, a tough road for a team that doesn’t play well outside the country.If it finishes third it will qualify for the losers Europa League for teams not good enough to advance in the Champions tourney.Group AParis Saint-Germain (France)Real Madrid (Spain)Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine)Malmo (Sweden)Group BPSV Eindhoven (Netherlands)Manchester United (England)CSKA Moscow (Russia)Wolfsburg (Germany)Group CBenfica (Portugal)Atletico Madrid (Spain)Galatasaray (Turkey)Astana (Kazakhstan)Group DJuventus (Italy)Manchester City (England)Sevilla (Spain)Borussia Moenchengladbach (Germany)Group EBarcelona (Spain)Bayer Leverkusen (Germany)Roma (Italy)BATE Borisov (Bulgaria)Group FBayern Munich (Germany)Arsenal (England)Olympiakos (Greece)Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia)Group GChelsea (England)Porto (Portugal)Dynamo Kiev (Ukraine)Maccabi Tel-Aviv (Israel)Group HZenit St. Petersburg (Russia)Valencia (Spain)Lyon (France)Gent (Belgium)TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img

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