Draw made for conclusion of European club competitions

Fri, Jul 10 2020

Barcelona have a tricky route to the Champions League Final after today's draw Credit: UEFA via Getty Images

On Friday in Nyon, UEFA made the draw for both the Champions League and Europe League knock out stages from the quarter-finals right through to the finals.

The Champions League matches from the quarter-final stages onwards will take place in Lisbon with all kick offs at 21:00.

Quarter-Finals

Q1: Atalanta v Paris Saint-Germain (Wed 12 August)

Q2: RB Leipzig v Atlético Madrid (Thur 13 August)

Q3: Napoli or Barcelona Chelsea or Bayern Munich (Fri 14 August) 

Q4: Real Madrid or Manchester City v Lyon or Juventus (Sat 15 August)

Semi-Finals

Q2 winner v Q1 winner (Tue 18 August)

Q4 winner v Q3 winner (Wednesday 19 August)

Champions League Final

The final will take place in the Sporting Lisbon Stadium on Sunday 23 August.

Europa League

The quarter-finals onwards in the Europa League will be played in Germany, in a similar mini-tournament style as the Champions League.

2020/21 European Qualifiers – Behind closed doors

When the 2019/20 European season is concluded, the new 2020/21 will come around very quickly. UEFA confirmed on Thursday that the qualifiers for the Champions League and Europa League, which are set to be one legged matches, are to be played behind closed doors.

There will be a draw to assign home advantage for those matches but whatever way the draw goes supporters of Dundalk, Shamrock Rovers, Bohemians and Derry City will not be in attendance whether the match is home or away.