Champions League, Europa League, and Europa Conference League Draw Set for Friday: What's Your Favourite?

 


The upcoming Champions League final is set to take place at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, June 1st, with the quarter-finals lineup now confirmed.


With no seeding or country protection in this phase, the quarter-finals may see matchups between teams from the same nation. The draws for the Champions League quarter-finals, semi-finals, and final are scheduled for 11:00 GMT on Friday, March 15th, at UEFA's headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland. Fans can follow live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.


It's important to note that the draw for the finals is primarily administrative, determining which side is listed as the 'home' team. Both the quarter-finals and semi-finals across all three competitions will be played over two legs, home and away.


Here's a breakdown of the teams in each competition's quarter-finals:


**Champions League:**

- Arsenal (England)

- Atletico Madrid (Spain)

- Barcelona (Spain)

- Bayern Munich (Germany)

- Borussia Dortmund (Germany)

- Manchester City (England)

- Paris St-Germain (France)

- Real Madrid (Spain)


**Europa League:**

- AC Milan (Italy)

- Benfica (Portugal)

- West Ham (England)

- Marseille (France)

- Bayer Leverkusen (Germany)

- Roma (Italy)

- Liverpool (England)

- Atalanta (Italy)


**Europa Conference League:**

- Aston Villa (England)

- PAOK (Greece)

- Fiorentina (Italy)

- Club Bruges (Belgium)

- Olympiakos (Greece)

- Viktoria Plzen (Czech Republic)

- Lille (France)

- Fenerbahce (Turkey)


Champions League quarter-final first legs are scheduled for April 9th-10th, with the second legs on April 16th-17th. The semi-finals' first legs will be held on April 30th-May 1st, followed by the second legs on May 7th-8th.


As for the Europa League and Europa Conference League, both competitions will see quarter-final first legs on April 11th, followed by the second legs a week later. The semi-finals' first legs are set for May 2nd, with the second legs on May 9th.


The Champions League final will be hosted at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, June 1st. The Europa League final is scheduled for Wednesday, May 22nd, at the Dublin Arena in the Republic of Ireland. Meanwhile, the Europa Conference League final will take place at the AEK Arena in Athens, Greece, on Wednesday, May 29th. Winners of these finals stand to earn significant rewards, including qualification spots in future competitions.

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