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UEFA Champions League Odds 2023-24

The race is on for the world’s biggest prize in club sports. Check out the latest 2024 UEFA Champions League odds at FanDuel Sportsbook.


On Saturday, June 1, 2024, the UEFA Champions League will crown its next winner. In the meantime, Manchester City will be content to celebrate the 2023 title that capped off a historic treble-winning campaign.

So, who’s chasing the Sky Blues along the road to continental glory?

This year’s field was confirmed with Aug. 31’s group stage draw, and the group stage was officially narrowed to the final 16. Once again, we’re looking at eight groups of four clubs, with each playing one another home and away for a total of six matches:

  • GROUP A: Bayern Munich, Manchester United, FC Copenhagen, Galatasaray
  • GROUP B: Sevilla, Arsenal, PSV, Lens
  • GROUP C: Napoli, Real Madrid, Braga, Union Berlin
  • GROUP D: Benfica, Inter, Salzburg, Real Sociedad
  • GROUP E: Feyenoord, Atlético Madrid, Lazio, Celtic
  • GROUP F: Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund, AC Milan, Newcastle
  • GROUP G: Manchester City, RB Leipzig, Crvena Zvezda (Red Star Belgrade), Young Boys
  • GROUP H: Barcelona, Porto, Shakhtar Donetsk, Antwerp

The top two in each group after six group stage matches will advance to the knockout rounds. That got us thinking — according to our friends at FanDuel Sportsbook, who’s in pole position to win the whole thing, and where is the sneakiest betting value? Check out the full 2023-24 UEFA Champions League odds rundown below.

2024 UEFA Champions League Odds

All current odds to win championship via FanDuel Sportsbook as of Oct. 25, 2023. “Opening odds” refers to pre-group stage numbers on Aug. 28 following tournament draw.

Manchester CityEngland+210+200
Bayern MunichGermany+460+600
Real MadridSpain+600+850
Inter MilanItaly+2100+2900
Atlético MadridSpain+2300+2900
Manchester UnitedEnglandEliminated+2300
AC MilanItalyEliminated+4400
Red Bull LeipzigGermany+6500+5000
Borussia DortmundGermany+3500+5000
Real SociedadSpain+5000+10000
Red Bull SalzburgAustriaEliminated+16000
Union BerlinGermanyEliminated+12000
Crvena ZvezdaSerbiaEliminated+42000
Shakhtar DonetskUkraineEliminated+42000
Young BoysSwitzerlandEliminated+42000
FC CopenhagenDenmark+19000+42000
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2023-24 Champions League Group Stage Schedule

  • Match 1: Sept. 19-20
  • Match 2: Oct. 3-4
  • Match 3: Oct. 24-25
  • Match 4: Nov. 7-8
  • Match 5: Nov. 28-29
  • Match 6: Dec. 12-13

UEFA Champions League Pots 2023-24

Before each year’s group stage draw, the 32 qualifying teams were split into so-called Champions League pots. Pot 1 always includes the defending champion (Manchester City), last season’s UEFA Europa League winner (Sevilla), and the domestic champions of the top European leagues not otherwise represented: Spain (Barcelona), Italy (Napoli), Germany (Bayern Munich), France (Paris Saint-Germain), Portugal (Benfica), and the Netherlands (Feyenoord).

The members of the other three pots are determined by the eligible teams’ UEFA club coefficient ranking — click here to learn more about the numbers.

Pot 1

  • Manchester City, Sevilla, Barcelona, Napoli, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Benfica, Feyenoord

Pot 2

  • Real Madrid, Manchester United, Inter Milan, Borussia Dortmund, Atletico Madrid, RB Leipzig, Porto, Arsenal

Pot 3

  • Shakhtar Donetsk, Red Bull Salzburg, AC Milan, Lazio, Crvena Zvezda (Red Star Belgrade)

Pot 4

  • Newcastle United, Union Berlin, Galatasaray, Lens, Celtic, Young Boys, Real Sociedad

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Sam Dunn is the Managing Editor of Boardroom. Before joining the team, he was an editor and multimedia talent for several sports and culture verticals at Minute Media and an editor, reporter, and site manager at SB Nation. A specialist in content strategy, copywriting, and SEO, he has additionally worked as a digital consultant in the corporate services, retail, and tech industries. He cannot be expected to be impartial on any matter regarding the Florida Gators or Atlanta Braves. Follow him on Twitter @RealFakeSamDunn.