The UEFA Europa League group stage draw has been made in Monaco, with the likes of Arsenal and AC Milan discovering who they will be facing over the next few months.
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The 2017/18 UEFA Europa League group stage draw has been made in Monaco.
Full group stage draw
Group A: Villarreal (ESP), Maccabi Tel-Aviv (ISR), Astana (KAZ), Slavia Praha (CZE)
Group B: Dynamo Kyiv (UKR), Young Boys (SUI), Partizan (SRB), Skënderbeu (ALB)
Group C: Braga (POR), Ludogorets Razgrad (BUL), Hoffenheim (GER), İstanbul Başakşehir (TUR)
Group D: AC Milan (ITA), Austria Wien (AUT), Rijeka (CRO), AEK Athens (GRE)
Group E: Lyon (FRA), Everton (ENG), Atalanta (ITA), Apollon Limassol (CYP)
Group F: København (DEN), Lokomotiv Moskva (RUS), Sheriff (MDA), Zlín (CZE)
Group G: Viktoria Plzeň (CZE), FCSB (ROU), Hapoel Beer-Sheva (ISR), Lugano (SUI)
Group H: Arsenal (ENG), BATE Borisov (BLR), Köln (GER), Crvena zvezda (SRB)
Group I: Salzburg (AUT), Marseille (FRA), Vitória SC (POR), Konyaspor (TUR)
Group J: Athletic Club (ESP), Hertha Berlin (GER), Zorya (UKR), Östersund (SWE)
Group K: Lazio (ITA), Nice (FRA), Zulte Waregem (BEL), Vitesse (NED)
Group L: Zenit (RUS), Real Sociedad (ESP), Rosenborg (NOR), Vardar (MKD)
When are the games?
Matchday one: 14 September
Matchday two: 28 September
Matchday three: 19 October
Matchday four: 2 November
Matchday five: 23 November
Matchday six: 7 December
Round of 32
Draw: 11 December
First legs: 15 February
Second legs: 22 February
Round of 16
Draw: 23 February
First legs: 8 March
Second legs: 15 March
Draw: 16 March
First legs: 5 April
Second legs: 12 April
Semi-finals and final
Draw: 13 April
Semi-finals, first legs: 26 April
Semi-finals, second legs: 3 May
Final (Stade de Lyon, Lyon): 16 May
Don't forget ...
All 48 clubs must submit their group stage squad lists by 24:00CET on Friday 1 September.
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