Champions League fixtures: When are the quarter-finals, semi-finals, final? Full schedule

The Champions League last 16 ties have been settled as the final eight clubs advance to the quarter-finals. However, unlike in previous seasons, the remainder of the tournament will be played as one-off ties.

From the quarter-finals onwards, all matches will be played in Lisbon, Portugal, in the form of a ‘mini-tournament’.

A statement from UEFA read: “UEFA expects all parties to adhere to hygiene best practices both in the controlled match environments, as well as in their private day-to-day lives.

“Players and everyone else involved should remember their actions, and adherence to the social distancing requirements in particular, not only to guarantee a safe environment to UEFA matches but also serve as a strong symbol for the millions of viewers around the world.”

The opening game of the quarter-finals sees Atalanta face Paris Saint-Germain, before RB Leipzig take on Atletico Madrid the following day.

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Manchester City, the only Premier League side left in the competition, will face Lyon.

There will then be a heavyweight clash between Barcelona and Bayern Munich for a place in the semi-finals.

When are the Champions League quarter-finals?

Wednesday, August 12

Atalanta vs PSG – Estadio da Luz, 8pm


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Thursday, August 13

8pm: Leipzig vs Atletico Madrid – Estadio Jose Alvalade, 8pm

Friday, August 14

8pm: Barcelona vs Bayern Munich – Estadio da Luz, 8pm

Saturday, August 15

8pm: Manchester City vs Lyon – Estadio Jose Alvalade, 8pm

When are the Champions League semi-finals?

Tuesday, August 18

8pm: Leipzig/Atletico vs Atalanta/PSG – Estadio da Luz, 8pm

Wednesday, August 19

8pm: Man City/Lyon vs Barcelona/Bayern – Estadio Jose Alvalade, 8pm

When is the Champions League final?

Sunday, August 23

8pm: Winner of SF 1 vs Winner of SF 2 – Estadio da Luz, 8pm

How to watch the Champions League

Live coverage of the Champions League is provided by BT Sport in the UK.

Existing customers can also live stream the games via the BT Sport app.

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