The European League draw was held at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland (communication sites)
The draw for the group stage in the European Football League, which was withdrawn on Friday, resulted in the 7-time European champion Milan, in a confrontation with Celtic of Scotland and French Lille.
Milan was excluded from participating in the tournament last season for violating the Financial Fair Play regulations set by the European Union for the Game (UEFA).
However, he secured his qualification for the group stage after winning a 9-8 penalty shootout over Portugal’s Rio Ave, last night, after tying from a penalty kick in the final throw of extra time 2-2.
The draw, which was drawn today, at the UEFA headquarters in the Swiss city of Nyon, placed him in the eighth group, which is one of the toughest groups in the tournament (12 groups), which also includes Sparta Prague.
The 2020/21 group stage is set ✅
— UEFA Europa League (@EuropaLeague) October 2, 2020
Napoli, the Coppa Italia champion in Group Six, was drawn together with Real Sociedad, Dutch Alkmaar, and Rica of Iceland, while Roma – the third Italian team in the tournament – were drawn into Group A, along with the Swiss team’s Yang Boys, Cluj of Romania and CSKA Sofia.
According to the draw, the English Arsenal will play in Group Two against Rapid Vienna of Austria, his Norwegian born, and Ireland’s Dundalk.
English Tottenham will play in Group X, along with Ludogorets Razgrad of Bulgaria, Lask Linz of Austria, and Real Antwerp of Belgium.
The draw – which included 48 clubs – won the English team Leicester City in Group G with Portuguese clubs Braga, Greece’s AEK Athena, and Ukraine’s Zorya Luhansk.