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What winning the Scudetto means for Milan in the Champions League group stage draw


AC Milan’s Scudetto win means more than just the amazing trophy that will be on display, as it also has ramifications regarding next season and the draw for the Champions League group stages.

With the success of Reggio Emilia and the consequent 19th league title, Milan will be in pot one for the draw that will take place during the closed season, joining the other winners of Europe’s main leagues as well as Europa League winners Eintracht Frankfurt.

Despite a UEFA coefficient ranking of 38,000 points which is lower than almost all of the other confirmed sides in the draw, winning the league means pot one and in theory a slightly more favourable draw than 2021-22.

Pot one:
BAYERN – 138,000 points
MANCHESTER CITY – 134,000 points
REAL MADRID – 122,000 points
PARIS SG – 112,000 points
PORTO – 80,000 points
EINTRACHT – 61,000 points
MILAN – 38,000 points

Pot one or two:
LIVERPOOL – 134,000 points
AJAX – 82,500 points

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Pot two:
CHELSEA – 123,000 points
BARCELONA – 114,000 points
JUVENTUS – 107,000 points
ATLETICO MADRID – 105,000 points
SEVILLE – 91,000 points
LIPSIA – 83,000 points
TOTTENHAM – 83,000 points

Pot three:
BORUSSIA DORTMUND – 78,000 points
SALZBURG – 71,000 points
SHAKHTAR DONETSK – 71,000 points
INTER – 67,000 points
NAPOLI – 66,000 points
SPORTING CP – 55,500 points
BAYER LEVERKUSEN – 53,000 points

Pot three or four:
MARSEILLE – 44,000 points

Pot four:
CLUB BRUGGE – 38,500 points
CELTIC – 33,000 points



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