The 2021-2022 UEFA Champions League will kick off on Tuesday, September 13, with the matchday 1 fixtures across Europe.
The actions will get underway on Tuesday night with eight games lined up for the day, while Wednesday will host another eight games.
Sevilla will lock horns with FC Salzburg in the early kick-off game of the day on Tuesday evening, at the Estadio R Sanchez Pizjuan in Spain.
Young Boys will play host to Manchester United in another evening kick-off game of the day on Tuesday, at Stade de Suisse Wankdorf in Switzerland.
Villarreal will confront Atalanta at the Estadio de la Ceramica on Tuesday night in Spain.
Chelsea will welcome Zenit St Petersburg to the Stamford Bridge Stadium on Tuesday night in London, England.
FC Malmo will trade tackles with Juventus on Tuesday night at Eleda Stadium in Sweden.
Lille will play host to Wolfsburg at Stade Pierre-Mauroy in France.
Barcelona will confront Bayern Munich in one of the most anticipated games of the day at Camp Nou.
Dynamo Kyiv will battle with Benfica in the last fixture of the day, at Stadion NSK Olimpiyskiy in Kyiv, Ukraine.Photo Credit: Twitter
Interesting games to watch out for this Tuesday as the UEFA Champions League will be resuming in Europe. The game between Barcelona and Bayern Munich will however headline Tuesday’s fixtures, as the two European heavyweights will lock horns at the Camp Nou.Photo Credit: Google
The last time both sides met, the German side demolished the Spanish Laliga giant 8-2 in 2020. Will Barcelona get their revenge over Bayern Munich on Tuesday night?