Europe's premier club competition gets underway in September, with the Blues drawn against Marseille, Spartak Moscow and MSK Zilina in Group F.
And Cech feels his team have nothing to fear against their group opponents as the goalkeeper looks to help his side make a safe passage into the knock-out phase.
Cech said: "Matches against Zilina will certainly have a special atmosphere. For them it will be the first Champions League match in their history and will be interesting.
"Then we have Marseille, who are a traditional participant in the European cups, with a number of achievements too. And then there is Spartak Moscow.
"I think all the teams are playable, we don't have to do any crazy travels so we may be satisfied."