The UEFA Champions League draw for the quarterfinals and semifinals is set for Friday at 7 a.m. ET on Paramount+ as we find out the remaining path towards European glory. The round of 16 second legs wrapped up on Tuesday and Wednesday, and we officially now know the eight teams remaining in the competition. After the draw concludes there will also be draws for both the Europa League and Europa Conference League to determine their brackets as well. Ahead of Friday’s draw, here is what to know:
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How to watch and start time
Date: Friday, March 18 | Time: 7 a.m. ET
Location: UEFA headquarters — Nyon, Switzerland
TV and live stream: Paramount+
Teams that have advanced to quarterfinals
- AC Milan
- Bayern Munich
- Manchester City
- Real Madrid
Rules for draw
Well, there aren’t any now. In the group stage and the round of 16, teams from the same federation were not allowed to be matched against one another. But once the quarterfinal stage comes around, nothing is off limits. That means we could potentially get Chelsea vs. Manchester City in the next round. Any combination of matchups could be drawn on Friday, and we’ll also get an idea of who can meet in the semifinals with a quarterfinal bracket being produced.
Be sure to stick with CBS Sports for all of your Champions League coverage ahead of Friday’s draw and throughout the remainder of the season.
Champions League schedule
First legs: April 11-12
Second legs: April 18-19
First legs: May 9-10
Second legs: May 16-17
Saturday, June 10