Bayern Munich will be squaring off against Manchester United in the first Group A match of the Champions League on Thursday
Manchester City begin their defence of the Champions League on Tuesday when the group stage kicks off in the last season in its current format as Europe's elite club competition gets ready for a radical change.
Harry Kane's fourth goal in four Bundesliga games was not enough as Bayern Munich were held to a 2-2 home draw by Bayer Leverkusen on Friday
Despite dominating domestically for the past decade, Bayern have won only one of their past seven against Gladbach.
Manchester United and Bayern Munich will face each other in UEFA Champions League Group A while Borussia Dortmund, AC Milan, Newcastle United and PSG were put in a highly-competitive Group F.
Manchester City headline Pot A featuring Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Napoli, Paris Saint-Germain, Feyenoord, Sevilla and Benfica.
After several near misses in recent years, Pep Guardiola's side won the trophy for the first time when they defeated Inter Milan 1-0 in last season's final in Istanbul in June.
Bayern's home opener against Bavarian rivals Augsburg this weekend will provide fans with a chance to judge if their 100-million euro ($110 million) striker is ready to drive the team forward.
Jamal Musiala has established himself as a member of the starting lineup with Bayern and Germany in recent seasons.
England striker Harry Kane admitted he was "nervous" on his Bayern Munich debut, after scoring one and assisting another as his side won 4-0 at Werder Bremen in the season opener on Friday
Needing a win for their first title in over a decade in the season's final game, Dortmund drew 2-2 at home against mid-table Mainz.
Bayern Munich coach Thomas Tuchel said on Thursday the "Harry Kane effect" was already improving his side ahead of Friday's season opener against Werder Bremen
Last week's signing of Kane for 100 million euros ($109 million) from Premier League side Tottenham broke the German club's transfer record.
Bayern Munich lost 3-0 against RB Leipzig in their German Super Cup match on Sunday
Harry Kane said on Sunday his desire to end a personal quest for silverware was behind the decision to join German giants Bayern Munich from Tottenham
Record England goalscorer Harry Kane joined from Tottenham for a fee in excess of 100 million euros ($109.6 million) earlier Saturday.
England captain Harry Kane has signed a four-year deal with Bayern Munich until 2027, the German club announced on Saturday
England captain Harry Kane arrived in Germany on Friday after Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou confirmed the striker is on the brink of signing for Bayern Munich.