It is already four weeks away from the kick-off and we are only just getting into the second week of the competition, but it is already looking like the best possible start to the campaign.
It is a fixture which we have long been clamouring for and it would be a shame to miss out on this once in a lifetime event.
Here is what you need to know ahead of the start of the tournament.
The format has been changed ahead of this summer’s World Cup, meaning there will be five groups, with four groups drawn and four played each round.
The top two teams in each group advance to the knockout stages, where the third place finisher will qualify for the Champions league group stage.
There will be no extra time for any teams participating in the Champions competition.
The two groups will be drawn into six groups of eight, with the groups then split into two groups of four.
The groups will then be played by a single winner and four runners-up.
The final two groups, played in the group stages, will be played in an additional round-robin format, with a maximum of eight teams participating.
There is no change to the format for the final four groups.
The quarter-finals and the semi-finals will be held in different cities across Italy, with each group playing three matches in two days.
The finals will be in Rome.
It is the first Champions League since 1998 when Milan won the competition with four victories in five matches.
They are now unbeaten in eight Champions League matches.
There are eight teams who will be competing in the competition in total, with Juventus, Real Madrid, Juventus, Napoli, Inter, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona all participating.