UEFA Champions League 2022 Draw Updates The 32 teams in the UEFA Champions League draw will not have a new name as the latest confirmed entry ends the Norwegian side’s improbable entry. Budo/Glimt, who have spent most of the past two decades in Norway’s second division, were looking to complete their recent promotion by joining Europe’s elite competition but lost in extra time to Dinamo Zagreb in the play-off on Wednesday.
Dinamo joined Rangers and Copenhagen, who also qualified for the play-offs, completing a group stage of 14 former champions who have won 56 of the 67 European Cup or Champions League titles. The other seven teams were previously defeated finalists.
The group includes reigning champions Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus, who are still fighting the Champions League organizers at the European Court of Justice for the right to host their own integral tournament.