Sevilla, Napoli, Liverpool, Sporting CP and Hoffenheim are the new arrivals for the UEFA Champions League play-off draw on 4 August.

When and where is the draw?

The draw begins at 12:00CET on Friday 4 August. It will take place at UEFA headquarters in Nyon and will be streamed live on

Who is involved in the draw?

Champions route

Olympiacos (GRE) 64.580

Celtic (SCO) 42.785

København (DEN) 37.800

APOEL (CYP) 26.210

Maribor (SVN) 21.125

Qarabağ (AZE) 18.050

Astana (KAZ) 16.800

Rijeka (CRO) 15.550

Hapoel Beer-Sheva (ISR) 10.875

Slavia Praha (CZE) 8.135

League route

Sevilla (ESP) 112.999

Napoli (ITA) 88.666

Liverpool (ENG) 56.192

CSKA Moskva (RUS) 39.606

Sporting CP (POR) 36.866

FCSB (ROU) 35.370

Young Boys (SUI) 28.915

Hoffenheim (GER) 15.899

Nice (FRA) 16.833

İstanbul Başakşehir (TUR) 10.340

How will the draw work?

The clubs with the five highest coefficients in each route – this applies to both League and Champions – will be seeded and drawn against the other five teams in that route. There will therefore be ten ties in total. Any changes or further restrictions will be announced ahead of the draw.

When are the ties?

The first legs will be played on 15/16 August, with the returns taking place on 22/23 August.

What comes next?

The ten play-off winners will join 22 automatic entrants in the group stage, the draw for which will be made in Monaco at 18:00CET on Thursday 24 August. The ten losers will transfer to the UEFA Europa League group stage, with that draw taking place at 13:00CET on Friday 25 August.