2010–11 UEFA Champions League group stage

This article details the 2010–11 UEFA Champions League group stage.

The group stage featured 32 teams: the 22 automatic qualifiers and the 10 winners of the play-off round (five through the Champions Path, five through the Non-Champions Path).[1]

The teams were drawn into eight groups of four, and played each other home-and-away in a round-robin format. The matchdays were 14–15 September, 28–29 September, 19–20 October, 2–3 November, 23–24 November, and 7–8 December 2010.

The top two teams in each group advanced to the first knockout round, while the third-placed teams dropped down to the Europa League Round of 32.

Partizan and Žilina became only the 11th and 12th teams in UEFA Champions League history to lose all six group stage matches.

Seeding

The draw for the group stage was held in Monaco on 26 August 2010 at 6:00 p.m. CEST (UTC+2).

Teams were seeded into four pots[2][3] based on their 2010 UEFA club coefficients.[4] The title holders, Internazionale, were automatically seeded into Pot 1. Teams from the same national association could not be drawn against each other. Pot 1 held teams ranked 1–10, Pot 2 held teams ranked 11–29, Pot 3 held teams ranked 30–63, while Pot 4 held teams ranked 73–180 and unranked teams.

Group winners and runners-up advanced to the first knockout round
Third-placed teams entered the UEFA Europa League at the round of 32
Pot 1
Team Coeff.
Italy Internazionale TH 100.867
Spain Barcelona 136.951
England Manchester United 125.371
England Chelsea 118.371
England Arsenal 115.371
Germany Bayern Munich 110.841
Italy Milan 99.867
France Lyon 96.748
Pot 2
Team Coeff.
Germany Werder Bremen n 94.841
Spain Real Madrid 84.951
Italy Roma 83.867
Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk 73.910
Portugal Benfica 72.659
Spain Valencia 66.951
France Marseille 62.748
Greece Panathinaikos 56.979
Pot 3
Team Coeff.
England Tottenham Hotspur n 56.371
Scotland Rangers 56.158
Netherlands Ajax n 55.309
Germany Schalke 04 54.841
Switzerland Basel c 48.675
Portugal Braga n 39.659
Denmark Copenhagen c 34.470
Russia Spartak Moscow 33.758
Pot 4
Team Coeff.
Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv c 27.775
Netherlands Twente 25.309
Russia Rubin Kazan 21.758
France Auxerre n 19.748
Romania CFR Cluj 15.898
Serbia Partizan c 13.800
Slovakia Žilina c 10.666
Turkey Bursaspor 6.890

th Title Holder

c Qualified through Play-off round (Champions Path)

n Qualified through Play-off round (Non-Champions Path)

On each matchday, four groups played their matches on Tuesday, while the other four groups played their matches on Wednesday, with the two sets of groups (A–D, E–H) alternating between each matchday. Based on this principle, the draw was controlled for clubs from the same association in order to split the teams evenly into the two sets of groups.

The fixtures were decided after the draw. There are certain restrictions, e.g., teams from the same city (e.g. Milan and Internazionale, which also share a stadium) do not play at home on the same matchday (UEFA tries to avoid teams from the same city play at home on the same day or on consecutive days), and Russian teams do not play at home on the last matchday due to cold weather.

Tie-breaking criteria

If two or more teams were equal on points on completion of the group matches, the following criteria would be applied to determine the rankings:[5]

  1. higher number of points obtained in the group matches played among the teams in question;
  2. superior goal difference from the group matches played among the teams in question;
  3. higher number of goals scored away from home in the group matches played among the teams in question;
  4. superior goal difference from all group matches played;
  5. higher number of goals scored;
  6. higher number of coefficient points accumulated by the club in question, as well as its association, over the previous five seasons.

Groups

Key to colours in group tables
Group winners and runners-up advanced to the first knockout round
Third-placed teams entered the UEFA Europa League at the round of 32

Times up to end of October are CEST (UTC+2), thereafter times were CET (UTC+1)

Group A

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
England Tottenham Hotspur 6 3 2 1 18 11 +7 11
Italy Internazionale 6 3 1 2 12 11 +1 10
Netherlands Twente 6 1 3 2 9 11 −2 6
Germany Werder Bremen 6 1 2 3 6 12 −6 5

Twente Netherlands2–2Italy Internazionale
Janssen Goal 20'
Milito Goal 30' (o.g.)
Report Sneijder Goal 13'
Eto'o Goal 41'
Werder Bremen Germany2–2England Tottenham Hotspur
Almeida Goal 43'
Marin Goal 47'
Report Pasanen Goal 12' (o.g.)
Crouch Goal 18'
Tottenham Hotspur England4–1Netherlands Twente
Van der Vaart Goal 47'
Pavlyuchenko Goal 50' (pen.)64' (pen.)
Bale Goal 85'
Report Chadli Goal 56'
Internazionale Italy4–0Germany Werder Bremen
Eto'o Goal 21'27'81'
Sneijder Goal 34'
Report
Internazionale Italy4–3England Tottenham Hotspur
Zanetti Goal 2'
Eto'o Goal 11' (pen.)35'
Stanković Goal 14'
Report Bale Goal 52'90'90+1'
Twente Netherlands1–1Germany Werder Bremen
Janssen Goal 75' Report Arnautović Goal 80'
Tottenham Hotspur England3–1Italy Internazionale
Van der Vaart Goal 18'
Crouch Goal 61'
Pavlyuchenko Goal 89'
Report Eto'o Goal 80'
Werder Bremen Germany0–2Netherlands Twente
Report Chadli Goal 81'
De Jong Goal 84'
Internazionale Italy1–0Netherlands Twente
Cambiasso Goal 55' Report
Tottenham Hotspur England3–0Germany Werder Bremen
Kaboul Goal 6'
Modrić Goal 45+1'
Crouch Goal 79'
Report
Twente Netherlands3–3England Tottenham Hotspur
Landzaat Goal 22' (pen.)
Rosales Goal 56'
Chadli Goal 64'
Report Wisgerhof Goal 12' (o.g.)
Defoe Goal 47'59'
Werder Bremen Germany3–0Italy Internazionale
Prödl Goal 39'
Arnautović Goal 49'
Pizarro Goal 88'
Report

Group B

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Germany Schalke 04 6 4 1 1 10 3 +7 13
France Lyon 6 3 1 2 11 10 +1 10
Portugal Benfica 6 2 0 4 7 12 −5 6
Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv 6 1 2 3 7 10 −3 5
Lyon France1–0Germany Schalke 04
Bastos Goal 21' Report
Benfica Portugal2–0Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv
Luisão Goal 21'
Cardozo Goal 68'
Report
Hapoel Tel Aviv Israel1–3France Lyon
Enyeama Goal 79' (pen.) Report Bastos Goal 7' (pen.)36'
Pjanić Goal 90+4'
Schalke 04 Germany2–0Portugal Benfica
Farfán Goal 73'
Huntelaar Goal 85'
Report
Schalke 04 Germany3–1Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv
Raúl Goal 3'58'
Jurado Goal 68'
Report Shechter Goal 90+3'
Lyon France2–0Portugal Benfica
Briand Goal 21'
Lisandro Goal 51'
Report
Hapoel Tel Aviv Israel0–0Germany Schalke 04
Report
Benfica Portugal4–3France Lyon
Kardec Goal 20'
Coentrão Goal 32'67'
García Goal 42'
Report Gourcuff Goal 74'
Gomis Goal 85'
Lovren Goal 90+5'
Schalke 04 Germany3–0France Lyon
Farfán Goal 13'
Huntelaar Goal 20'89'
Report
Hapoel Tel Aviv Israel3–0Portugal Benfica
Zahavi Goal 24'90+2'
Douglas da Silva Goal 74'
Report
Lyon France2–2Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv
Lisandro Goal 62'
Lacazette Goal 88'
Report Sahar Goal 63'
Zahavi Goal 69'
Benfica Portugal1–2Germany Schalke 04
Luisão Goal 87' Report Jurado Goal 19'
Höwedes Goal 81'

Group C

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
England Manchester United 6 4 2 0 7 1 +6 14
Spain Valencia 6 3 2 1 15 4 +11 11
Scotland Rangers 6 1 3 2 3 6 −3 6
Turkey Bursaspor 6 0 1 5 2 16 −14 1
Manchester United England0–0Scotland Rangers
Report
Bursaspor Turkey0–4Spain Valencia
Report T. Costa Goal 16'
Aduriz Goal 41'
Hernández Goal 68'
Soldado Goal 76'
Valencia Spain0–1England Manchester United
Report Hernández Goal 85'
Rangers Scotland1–0Turkey Bursaspor
Naismith Goal 18' Report
Rangers Scotland1–1Spain Valencia
Edu Goal 34' Report Edu Goal 46' (o.g.)
Manchester United England1–0Turkey Bursaspor
Nani Goal 7' Report
Valencia Spain3–0Scotland Rangers
Soldado Goal 33'71'
T. Costa Goal 90'
Report
Bursaspor Turkey0–3England Manchester United
Report Fletcher Goal 48'
Obertan Goal 73'
Bebé Goal 77'
Rangers Scotland0–1England Manchester United
Report Rooney Goal 87' (pen.)
Valencia Spain6–1Turkey Bursaspor
Mata Goal 17' (pen.)
Soldado Goal 21'55'
Aduriz Goal 30'
Joaquín Goal 37'
Domínguez Goal 78'
Report Batalla Goal 69'
Manchester United England1–1Spain Valencia
Anderson Goal 62' Report Hernández Goal 32'
Bursaspor Turkey1–1Scotland Rangers
Sercan Goal 79' Report Miller Goal 19'

Group D

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Spain Barcelona 6 4 2 0 14 3 +11 14
Denmark Copenhagen 6 3 1 2 7 5 +2 10
Russia Rubin Kazan 6 1 3 2 2 4 −2 6
Greece Panathinaikos 6 0 2 4 2 13 −11 2
Barcelona Spain5–1Greece Panathinaikos
Messi Goal 22'45'
Villa Goal 33'
Pedro Goal 78'
Dani Alves Goal 90+3'
Report Govou Goal 20'
Copenhagen Denmark1–0Russia Rubin Kazan
N'Doye Goal 87' Report
Rubin Kazan Russia1–1Spain Barcelona
Noboa Goal 30' (pen.) Report Villa Goal 60' (pen.)
Panathinaikos Greece0–2Denmark Copenhagen
Report N'Doye Goal 28'
Vingaard Goal 37'
Panathinaikos Greece0–0Russia Rubin Kazan
Report
Barcelona Spain2–0Denmark Copenhagen
Messi Goal 19'90+2' Report
Rubin Kazan Russia0–0Greece Panathinaikos
Report
Copenhagen Denmark1–1Spain Barcelona
Claudemir Goal 32' Report Messi Goal 31'
Rubin Kazan Russia1–0Denmark Copenhagen
Noboa Goal 45+2' (pen.) Report
Panathinaikos Greece0–3Spain Barcelona
Report Pedro Goal 27'69'
Messi Goal 62'
Barcelona Spain2–0Russia Rubin Kazan
Fontàs Goal 51'
Vázquez Goal 83'
Report
Copenhagen Denmark3–1Greece Panathinaikos
Vingaard Goal 26'
Grønkjær Goal 50' (pen.)
Cissé Goal 73' (o.g.)
Report Kanté Goal 90+2'

Group E

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Germany Bayern Munich 6 5 0 1 16 6 +10 15
Italy Roma 6 3 1 2 10 11 −1 10
Switzerland Basel 6 2 0 4 8 11 −3 6
Romania CFR Cluj 6 1 1 4 6 12 −6 4
Bayern Munich Germany2–0Italy Roma
Müller Goal 79'
Klose Goal 83'
Report
CFR Cluj Romania2–1Switzerland Basel
Rada Goal 9'
Traoré Goal 12'
Report Stocker Goal 45+2'
Basel Switzerland1–2Germany Bayern Munich
Frei Goal 18' Report Schweinsteiger Goal 56' (pen.)89'
Roma Italy2–1Romania CFR Cluj
Mexès Goal 69'
Borriello Goal 71'
Report Rada Goal 78'
Roma Italy1–3Switzerland Basel
Borriello Goal 21' Report Frei Goal 12'
Inkoom Goal 44'
Cabral Goal 90+3'
Bayern Munich Germany3–2Romania CFR Cluj
Cadú Goal 32' (o.g.)
Panin Goal 37' (o.g.)
Gómez Goal 77'
Report Cadú Goal 28'
Culio Goal 86'
Basel Switzerland2–3Italy Roma
Frei Goal 69'
Shaqiri Goal 83'
Report Ménez Goal 16'
Totti Goal 26' (pen.)
Greco Goal 76'
CFR Cluj Romania0–4Germany Bayern Munich
Report Gómez Goal 12'24'71'
Müller Goal 90'
Roma Italy3–2Germany Bayern Munich
Borriello Goal 49'
De Rossi Goal 81'
Totti Goal 84' (pen.)
Report Gómez Goal 33'39'
Basel Switzerland1–0Romania CFR Cluj
Almerares Goal 15' Report
Bayern Munich Germany3–0Switzerland Basel
Ribéry Goal 35'50'
Tymoshchuk Goal 37'
Report
CFR Cluj Romania1–1Italy Roma
Traoré Goal 88' Report Borriello Goal 21'

Group F

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
England Chelsea 6 5 0 1 14 4 +10 15
France Marseille 6 4 0 2 12 3 +9 12
Russia Spartak Moscow 6 3 0 3 7 10 −3 9
Slovakia Žilina 6 0 0 6 3 19 −16 0
Marseille France0–1Russia Spartak Moscow
Report Azpilicueta Goal 81' (o.g.)
Žilina Slovakia1–4England Chelsea
Oravec Goal 55' Report Essien Goal 13'
Anelka Goal 24'28'
Sturridge Goal 48'
Spartak Moscow Russia3–0Slovakia Žilina
Ari Goal 34'61'
Ibson Goal 89'
Report
Chelsea England2–0France Marseille
Terry Goal 7'
Anelka Goal 28' (pen.)
Report
Spartak Moscow Russia0–2England Chelsea
Report Zhirkov Goal 23'
Anelka Goal 43'
Marseille France1–0Slovakia Žilina
Diawara Goal 48' Report
Chelsea England4–1Russia Spartak Moscow
Anelka Goal 49'
Drogba Goal 62' (pen.)
Ivanović Goal 66'90+2'
Report Bazhenov Goal 86'
Žilina Slovakia0–7France Marseille
Report Gignac Goal 12'21'54'
Heinze Goal 24'
Rémy Goal 36'
González Goal 52'63'
Spartak Moscow Russia0–3France Marseille
Report Valbuena Goal 18'
Rémy Goal 54'
Brandão Goal 68'
Chelsea England2–1Slovakia Žilina
Sturridge Goal 51'
Malouda Goal 86'
Report Bello Goal 19'
Marseille France1–0England Chelsea
Brandão Goal 81' Report
Žilina Slovakia1–2Russia Spartak Moscow
Majtán Goal 48' Report Alex Goal 54'
Ibson Goal 61'

Group G

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Spain Real Madrid 6 5 1 0 15 2 +13 16
Italy Milan 6 2 2 2 7 7 0 8
Netherlands Ajax 6 2 1 3 6 10 −4 7
France Auxerre 6 1 0 5 3 12 −9 3
Real Madrid Spain2–0Netherlands Ajax
Anita Goal 31' (o.g.)
Higuaín Goal 73'
Report
Milan Italy2–0France Auxerre
Ibrahimović Goal 66'69' Report
Auxerre France0–1Spain Real Madrid
Report Di María Goal 81'
Ajax Netherlands1–1Italy Milan
El Hamdaoui Goal 23' Report Ibrahimović Goal 37'
Ajax Netherlands2–1France Auxerre
De Zeeuw Goal 7'
Suárez Goal 41'
Report Birsa Goal 56'
Real Madrid Spain2–0Italy Milan
Ronaldo Goal 13'
Özil Goal 14'
Report
Auxerre France2–1Netherlands Ajax
Sammaritano Goal 9'
Langil Goal 84'
Report Alderweireld Goal 79'
Milan Italy2–2Spain Real Madrid
Inzaghi Goal 68'78' Report Higuaín Goal 45'
León Goal 90+4'
Ajax Netherlands0–4Spain Real Madrid
Report Benzema Goal 36'
Arbeloa Goal 44'
Ronaldo Goal 70'81' (pen.)
Auxerre France0–2Italy Milan
Report Ibrahimović Goal 64'
Ronaldinho Goal 90+1'
Real Madrid Spain4–0France Auxerre
Benzema Goal 12'72'88'
Ronaldo Goal 49'
Report
Milan Italy0–2Netherlands Ajax
Report De Zeeuw Goal 57'
Alderweireld Goal 66'

Group H

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk 6 5 0 1 12 6 +6 15
England Arsenal 6 4 0 2 18 7 +11 12
Portugal Braga 6 3 0 3 5 11 −6 9
Serbia Partizan 6 0 0 6 2 13 −11 0
Arsenal England6–0Portugal Braga
Fàbregas Goal 9' (pen.)53'
Arshavin Goal 30'
Chamakh Goal 34'
Vela Goal 69'84'
Report
Shakhtar Donetsk Ukraine1–0Serbia Partizan
Srna Goal 71' Report
Partizan Serbia1–3England Arsenal
Cléo Goal 33' (pen.) Report Arshavin Goal 15'
Chamakh Goal 71'
Squillaci Goal 82'
Braga Portugal0–3Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
Report Luiz Adriano Goal 56'72'
Douglas Costa Goal 90+2' (pen.)
Braga Portugal2–0Serbia Partizan
Lima Goal 35'
Matheus Goal 90'
Report
Arsenal England5–1Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
Song Goal 19'
Nasri Goal 42'
Fàbregas Goal 60' (pen.)
Wilshere Goal 66'
Chamakh Goal 69'
Report Eduardo Goal 82'
Partizan Serbia0–1Portugal Braga
Report Moisés Goal 35'
Shakhtar Donetsk Ukraine2–1England Arsenal
Chygrynskiy Goal 28'
Eduardo Goal 45'
Report Walcott Goal 10'
Braga Portugal2–0England Arsenal
Matheus Goal 83'90+3' Report
Partizan Serbia0–3Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
Report Stepanenko Goal 52'
Jádson Goal 59'
Eduardo Goal 68'
Arsenal England3–1Serbia Partizan
Van Persie Goal 30' (pen.)
Walcott Goal 73'
Nasri Goal 77'
Report Cléo Goal 52'
Shakhtar Donetsk Ukraine2–0Portugal Braga
Raț Goal 78'
Luiz Adriano Goal 83'
Report

References

  1. ^ 2010/11 list of participants
  2. ^ "Lineup complete for group-stage draw". UEFA.com. 26 August 2010.
  3. ^ Seeding in the Champions League 2010/2011
  4. ^ "Club coefficients 2010". UEFA.com.
  5. ^ 2010/11 Regulations of the UEFA Champions League

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