Champions League and Europa League group stage: Full fixture lists for the eight British clubs


The Champions League and Europa League are underway for 2022/23 (Pictures: Denis Doyle/Getty Images, FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP via Getty Images)

The Champions League and Europa League group stages are now in full flow, with a total of eight British clubs in action across the two competitions.

There has been a mixed bag of results for the teams from these shores, with Manchester City picking up maximum points from their opening two games, compared to Rangers who are yet to score a goal a register a point from their two fixtures.

The British clubs will be hoping to make it a full house of teams through to the knock-out rounds in February 2023.

Here is the full fixture lists for the British clubs in Champions League and Europa League group stage action this season.

Manchester City

Champions League Group G

Sevilla 0-4 Manchester City (Tuesday, September 6)Manchester City 2-1 Borussia Dortmund (Wednesday, September 14)Manchester City vs Copenhagen (Wednesday, October 5, 8pm)Copenhagen vs Manchester City (Tuesday, October 11, 5.45pm)Borussia Dortmund vs Manchester City (Tuesday, October 25, 8pm)Manchester City vs Sevilla (Wednesday, November 2, 8pm)
Manchester City have made a strong start to their Champions League campaign (Picture: James Gill – Danehouse/Getty Images)


Champions League Group A

Napoli 4-1 Liverpool (Wednesday, September 7)Liverpool 2-1 Ajax (Tuesday, September 13)Liverpool vs Rangers (Tuesday, October 4, 8pm)Rangers vs Liverpool (Wednesday, October 12, 8pm)Ajax vs Liverpool (Wednesday, October 26, 8pm)Liverpool vs Napoli (Tuesday, November 1, 8pm)
Liverpool have picked up three points from their first two games (Picture: Dave Howarth – CameraSport/CameraSport via Getty Images)


Champions League Group E

Dinamo Zagreb 1-0 Chelsea (Tuesday, September 6)Chelsea 1-1 Salzburg (Wednesday, September 14)Chelsea vs Milan (Wednesday, October 5, 8pm)Milan vs Chelsea (Tuesday, October 11, 8pm)Salzburg vs Chelsea (Tuesday, October 25, 5.45pm)Chelsea vs Dinamo Zagreb (Wednesday, November 2, 8pm)
Chelsea have work to do to progress to the knockout rounds (Picture: Vincent Mignott/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)


Champions League Group D

Tottenham 2-0 Marseille (Wednesday, September 7)Sporting 2-0 Tottenham (Tuesday, September 13)Eintracht Frankfurt vs Tottenham (Tuesday, October 4, 8pm)Tottenham vs Eintracht Frankfurt (Wednesday, October 12, 8pm)Tottenham vs Sporting (Wednesday, October 26, 8pm)Marseille vs Tottenham (Tuesday, November 1, 8pm)
Tottenham will be confident of a deep run in the competition under Antonio Conte (Picture: James Gill – Danehouse/Getty Images)


Champions League Group F

Celtic 0-3 Real Madrid (Tuesday, September 6)Shakhtar Donetsk 1-1 Celtic (Wednesday, September 14)Leipzig vs Celtic (Wednesday, October 5, 5.45pm)Celtic vs Leipzig (Tuesday, October 11, 8pm)Celtic vs Shakhtar Donetsk (Tuesday, October 25, 8pm)Real Madrid vs Celtic (Wednesday, November 2, 5.45pm)
Celtic have put in spirited performances in their first two group games (Picture: Silvestre Szpylma/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)


Champions League Group A

Ajax 4-0 Rangers (Wednesday, September 7)Rangers 0-3 Napoli (Wednesday, September 14)Liverpool vs Rangers (Tuesday, October 4, 8pm)Rangers vs Liverpool (Wednesday, October 12, 8pm)Napoli vs Rangers (Wednesday, October 26, 8pm)Rangers vs Ajax (Tuesday, November 1, 8pm)
Rangers have found life tough upon their Champions League return (Picture: Matthew Ashton – AMA/Getty Images)


Europa League Group A

Zurich 1-2 Arsenal (Thursday, September 8)Arsenal vs Bodo/Glimt (Thursday, October 6, 8pm)Bodo/Glimit vs Arsenal (Thursday, October 13, 5.45pm)Arsenal vs PSV (Thursday, October 20, 6pm)PSV vs Arsenal (Thursday, October 27, 5.45pm)Arsenal vs Zurich (Thursday, November 3, 8pm)
Arsenal narrowly missed out on Champions League football last season (Picture: Harry Langer/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

Manchester United

Europa League Group E

Manchester United 0-1 Real Soceidad (Thursday, September 8)Sheriff 0-2 Manchester United (Thursday, September 15)Omonoia vs Manchester United (Thursday, October 6, 5.45pm)Manchester United vs Omonoia (Thursday, October 13, 8pm)Manchester United vs Sheriff (Thursday, October 27, 8pm)Real Sociedad vs Manchester United (Thursday, November 3, 5.45pm)
Manchester United are one of the favourites to win the Europa League this season (Picture: Jose Hernandez/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

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How to watch the Champions League and Europa League group stages on TV

BT Sport have the exclusive rights to show live Champions League and Europa League matches in the UK.

Live streams will also be available to BT customers who will be able to view matches online via the BT Sport website and app.

Fans without BT can purchase a monthly pass for £25, with BT broadband not required to watch games on BT’s app and web player.

Full subscription to BT Sport starts from £16 a month, with a package containing BT, Sky and Eurosport available for £41 a month.

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