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UEFA Cup Group Stage Draw
October 10th, 2007 7AM

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The following is the draw for the group stage of the UEFA Cup, in which three teams with Americans on their first-team squads are entered: Everton (Tim Howard), Brann (Ramiro Corrales) and AaB (Dan Califf).

GROUP A
AZ (Netherlands)
Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia)
Everton (England)
Nuremberg (Germany)
Larissa (Greece)
GROUP B
Panathinaikos (Greece)
Lok. Moscow (Russia)
Atletico Madrid (Spain)
FC Copenhagen (Denmark)
Aberdeen (Scotland)
GROUP C
Villarreal (Spain)
AEK Athens (Greece)
Fiorentina (Italy)
Mlada Boleslav (Czech Rep.)
Elfsborg (Sweden)
GROUP D
Basel (Switzerland)
Hamburg (Germany)
Rennes (France)
Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia)
Brann (Norway)
GROUP E
Bayer Leverkusen (Germany)
Sparta Prague (Czech Rep.)
Spartak Moscow (Russia)
Toulouse (France)
FC Zurich (Switzerland)
GROUP F
Bayern Munich (Germany)
Bolton Wanderers (England)
Braga (Portugal)
Red Star (Serbia)
Aris (Greece)
GROUP G
Anderlecht (Belgium)
Tottenham (England)
Getafe (Spain)
Hapoel Tel Aviv (Israel)
AaB (Denmark)
GROUP H
Bordeaux (France)
Austria Vienna (Austria)
Galatasaray (Turkey)
Panionios (Greece)
Helsingborg (Sweden)

SCHEDULE
Matchday 1
October 25

Matchday 2
November 8

Matchday 3
November 29

Matchday 4
December 5 & 6

Matchday 5
December 19 & 20

First knockout round
First legs: February 13 & 14
Second legs: February 21

Second knockout round
First legs: March 6
Second legs: March 12 & 13

Quarter-finals:
First legs: April 3
Second legs: April 10

Semi-finals:
First legs: April 24
Second legs: May 1

Final
May 14
City of Manchester Stadium, England



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