Women’s Champions League draw: AS Roma learn their 2023/24 group stage opponents

Having made it to the group stage for a second successive season, AS Roma Women now know which three teams they will face in the 2023/24 Women's Champions League group stage.


AS Roma Women now know that they will be facing an incredibly tough test in the Women’s Champions League as they have been drawn to face Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain in Group C.

Being placed in Pot 3, the Giallorosse were always likely to find themselves with a very tough draw given how strong the tournament is. They come up against two teams that are expected to go far in the tournament.

The fourth team in Roma‘s group is Dutch side Ajax, who are the first Dutch side to ever reach this stage of the Women’s Champions League, meaning their games will be an immense occasion in Amsterdam.

Roma reached the group stage by winning a two-legged tie against Ukrainian side Vorskla by an aggregate score of 9-1. Juventus Women were in the tournament but lost to Eintracht Frankfurt in an earlier qualification round.

Full UWCL group stage draw 2023/24

Group A

  • Barcelona Femeni
  • Rosengard
  • Benfica
  • Eintracht Frankfurt

Group B

  • Olympique Lyonnais
  • Slavia Praha
  • SKN St. Polten
  • SK Brann

Group C

  • Bayern Munich
  • Paris Saint-Germain
  • AS Roma
  • Ajax

Group D

  • Chelsea
  • Real Madrid
  • Hacken
  • Paris FC
AS Roma Women’s Lucia Di Guglielmo celebrates a goal. (@ASRomaWomen)

When are the group stage matches?

Group Stage

  • Matchday 1: November 14/15
  • Matchday 2: November 22/23
  • Matchday 3: December 13/14
  • Matchday 4: December 20/21
  • Matchday 5: January 24/25
  • Matchday 6: January 30/31

Quarter-final & semi-final draw

  • February 6


  • First leg: March 19/20
  • Second leg: March 27/28


  • First leg: April 20/21
  • Second leg: April 27/28

Final (San Mames, Bilbao)

  • May 24/25/26 (TBC)


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