When is the Champions League draw and where can people watch it?

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur may still feel dejected from the Champions League Final defeat at the end of last season, but it is time to suck it up and go again.

Liverpool are an amazing recent example of what that attitude can get you, as the Reds lost to Real Madrid in 2018 before qualifying for back-to-back finals and winning the title.

Pochettino and Tottenham will have to dramatically improve their form if they are to achieve this, but anything is possible in football.

The first step on their European journey this season comes in the form of the Champions League Group Stage draw.

This year, the draw is set to take place in Monaco at 5 pm BST. To watch the draw, fans will have to tune in on BT Sports, the BT Sport app, or UEFA’s live stream on their website.

Tottenham will be in pot 2 again this year, with Chelsea, Man City, and Liverpool all in pot 1.

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