The 2021/22 UEFA Champions League quarter-final, semi-final and final draws will take place today at the House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland.
The draw will set the ties for the quarter-finals and semi-finals, and a draw will also be held to determine the ‘home’ team for the final, for procedural reasons.
The draws are open, so there is no seeding or country protection. Any team can be drawn against any other team.
The first team drawn plays its first match at home, against the second team drawn.
The eight teams still left in the competition are: Atletico, Bayern, Benfica, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Villarreal.
The draw will be shown live on BT Sport 2 in the UK from 10.45am.
QF1: Chelsea v Real Madrid
QF2: Manchester City v Atletico Madrid
QF3: Villarreal v Bayern Munich
QF4: Benfica v Liverpool
SF1: Winners of QF2 v QF1
SF2: Winners of QF4 v QF3
F: Winners of SF2 v SF1
The quarter-finals first legs will be played on 5/6 April, with the return legs a week later on 12/13 April.
The semi-finals first legs will be held at the end of April on 26/27, with the second-legs on 3/4 May.
The final takes place on Saturday 28th May in Paris.
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