The UCL quarter-finals draw is with Liverpool, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund, Porto, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Chelsea into the final eight of the 2020/21 Champions League.
That means all eyes will be on the quarter-finals draw, which will be different from most previous years as the semi-final pairings will also be established at this stage. So, the entire route to the final in Istanbul will be mapped out in this draw.
Here we have all the information about this draw, which will be held at UEFA’s headquarters in Nyon in Switzerland. Here are the details on how you can follow it.
When does the Champions League quarter-finals draw take place?
As is almost always the case, the actual picking of the balls isn’t likely to start right then. There will be some ceremony and discussion before the actual quarter-final ties are worked out.
Where can you watch the Champions League quarter-finals draw?
In Spain, it is possible to follow the draw on TV by tuning in to Movistar or Gol TV.
In the USA, CBS Sports Network will also be broadcasting the draw and BT Sport will show it in the UK.
In most other countries, the official broadcast partner will have the rights. In other words, you’ll likely find it on the same channel where you watch the matches.