Champions League draw: Live stream, TV channel, start time and pots as quarter-finals and semi-finals decided
AFTER more than six months away, it's time to welcome back the Champions League.
It seems like a lifetime ago that Diego Simeone was racing down the Anfield touchline and celebrating with 3,000 delighted Atletico fans after booking their place in the quarter-finals.
There was uncertainty over whether the competition would be completed after football was suspended for the Covid-19 pandemic – but new dates have been booked in for August.
When is the Champions League draw?
The Champions League will return on August 7, while the new date for the final in Lisbon is August 23.
For the remaining teams, they will find out their quarter final and semi final fate on Friday, July 10.
Taking place at Uefa's HQ in Nyon, the draw beings at 11am BST.
How can I watch it on TV and live stream?
- You can watch the draw unfold live on BT Sport 2.
- Coverage will begin at 11am.
- BT customers can stream using the BT Sport all, while a free stream will also be provided by Uefa on their official website.
Which teams are still involved?
- Atletico Madrid
- RB Leipzig
- Paris Saint-Germain
Still to play second leg:
- Chelsea 0-3 Bayern Munich
- Napoli 1-1 Barcelona
- Lyon 1-0 Juventus
- Real Madrid 1-2 Manchester City
Anything else I need to know?
- The ceremony in Nyon will see three draws take place.
- The first to decide the quarter-finals, before attention turns to the semi-finals.
- A third draw will be held to determine which side will be determined as the 'home' team in the final.
- There are no seedings or league restrictions, so teams from the same league can be drawn against each other.
Dates for your diary
- August 7–8 : Round of 16 second legs
- August 12–15: Quarter-finals
- August 18–19: Semi-finals
- August 23: Final (Lisbon)
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