Road to the final paved as Champions League and Europa League draws confirmed

The draw for the Quarter and Semi Finals of the 2019/20 Champions and Europa League has concluded, with four mouth-watering two-legged continental tussles determined and scheduled for each competition in August later this year.

In the Champions League, the crème de la crème of European club football will contest their quarter final double-headers between August 12 and 15, after the competition’s remaining Last 16 ties are completed on the 7th and 8th earlier the same month.

With opponents confirmed and itineraries drawn up, clubs can start to dream about lifting Jürg Stadelmann’s iconic trophy at the Estádio da Luz in Lisbon on August 23.

The Europa League, which also has several Last 16 ties to conclude, will host its Quarter Final stage on August 10 and 11, with the Semi Finals to follow on the 16 and 17 of the same month, with the Final pencilled in for August 21.

Below, you can find all the information about the draw, along with all the relevant dates and details about where you can watch all the Champions League and Europa League action.

Remember – we’ll be covering all the the competitions’ remaining fixtures with detailed match previews and betting tips on our Champions League predictions and Europe League predictions pages.


Champions League draw in full

Quarter-finals

  • Real Madrid or Manchester City vs Lyon or Juventus
  • RB Leipzig vs Atletico Madrid
  • Napoli or Barcelona vs Chelsea or Bayern
  • Atalanta vs PSG

Semi-finals

  • Real Madrid/Manchester City or Lyon/Juventus vs Napoli/Barcelona or Chelsea/Bayern Munich
  • RB Leipzig or Atletico Madrid vs Atalanta or Paris Saint-Germain

Four last-16 ties remaining

  • Manchester City vs Real Madrid (2-1)
  • Bayern Munich vs Chelsea (3-0)
  • Barcelona vs Napoli (1-1)
  • Juventus vs Lyon (0-1)

When are the Champions League games?

The 2019/20 Champions League, which was initially meant to finish with the tournament’s Final on May 30, was officially postponed on March 23 earlier this year due to the growing COVID-19 crisis across Europe.

On June 17, UEFA announced that the competition would resume in August in an international summer tournament format, with all of the tournament’s remaining games to be completed inside the space of two weeks in Portugal.

You can view the Champions League knockout stage key dates below

Champions League last-16 second legs: August 7-8

Champions League quarter-finals: August 12-15 (Lisbon)

Champions League semi-finals: August 18-19 (Lisbon)

Champions League final: August 23 (Estadio da Luz, Lisbon)

Where can I watch the Champions League?

Broadcaster BT Sport have rights to screen the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League in the UK, and they will be covering every minute of the action exclusively across their package of channels including BT Sport, BT Sport 2, BT Sport 3 and BT Spot Extra.


Europa League draw in full

Quarter-finals

  • Wolves/Olympiakos vs Sevilla/Roma
  • Inter Milan/Getafe vs Bayer Leverkusen/Rangers
  • Manchester United/LASK vs Copenhagen/Istanbul Basaksehir
  • Shakhtar Donetsk/Wolfsburg vs Basel/Eintracht Frankfurt

Semi-finals

  • Manchester United/LASK or Copenhagen/Istanbul Basaksehir vs Wolves/Olympiakos or Sevilla/Roma
  • Inter Milan/Getafe or Bayer Leverkusen/Rangers vs Shakhtar Donetsk/Wolfsburg or Basel/Eintracht Frankfurt

Six last-16 ties remaining

  • Istanbul Basaksehir vs Copenhagen (1-0)
  • Olympiakos vs Wolves (1-1)
  • Rangers vs Bayer Levekusen (1-3)
  • Wolfsburg vs Shakhtar Donestsk (1-2)
  • Eintracht Frankfurt vs Basel (0-3)
  • LASK vs Man Utd (0-5)

When are the Europa League games?

Like it’s more prestigious sister competition, the 2019/20 Europa League, which was initially meant to conclude with the tournament’s Final on May 27, was officially postponed on March 23.

On June 17, UEFA announced that the competition would return in August in a similar international summer tournament format, with all of the tournament’s remaining fixtures to be contested inside the space of two weeks in Germany.

You can view the Europa League knockout stage key dates below

Europa League last-16: August 5/6

Europa League quarter-finals: August 10/11

Europa League semi-finals: August 16/17

Europa League final: August 21

Where can I watch the Europa League?

Broadcaster BT Sport also have rights to screen the 2019/20 UEFA Europa League in the UK, and every minute of action from the Last 16 stage right through to the competition’s Final will be available to watch via their multi-channel package on BT Sport, BT Sport 2, BT Sport 3 and BT Spot Extra.

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