The 2019 winners were drawn in Group B on Thursday, alongside Atletico Madrid, FC Porto and AC Milan, meaning trips to Spain, Portugal and Italy for Jurgen Klopp‘s side this autumn.
The campaign kicks off at Anfield, with Italian side AC Milan visiting the home of the Reds for the first-ever time.
A trip to Porto awaits in matchday two, before back-to-back ties vs. Atletico.
The final two group games see Porto visit Anfield in late November, then the final group game at the iconic San Siro stadium in Milan.
Here’s who the Reds face before and after each Champions League tie:
Matchday 1: AC MILAN (H) September 15
Before: Leeds (A) Sun 12 Sept
After: Palace (H) Sat 18 Sept
Matchday 2: PORTO (A) September 28
Matchday 3: ATLETICO (A) October 19
Matchday 4: ATLETICO (H) November 3
Matchday 5: PORTO (H) November 24
Matchday 6: vs. AC MILAN (A) December 7
Before: Wolves (A) TBC 4/5 Dec
After: Villa (H) TBC 11/12 Dec
This season, teams competing in the Champions League on a Wednesday evening will not be scheduled for the early Saturday lunchtime kick-off for the following weekend, something Klopp has been highly critical of in the past.
At this point, whether away fans will be allowed has not been confirmed either way by UEFA, but visiting fans were not permitted during the qualifying games this summer.
Liverpool fans will be particularly keen to visit the San Siro since the iconic stadium is planned to be demolished, a project that is currently on hold in Milan. Hopefully, restrictions allow.