OFFICIAL: The remaining round of 16 games in both the Champions League and Europa League can be played in the home teams’ own stadiums

OFFICIAL: UEFA confirm that the remaining round of 16 games in both the Champions League and Europa League can be played in the home teams’ own stadiums

Champions League quarter-finals: August 12-15; semi-finals: August 18/19; final: August 23

Champions League knockout games are set to be played in an 12-day condensed tournament in Lisbon in August and will host the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final between August 12-23.

All ties will be played as single legs across two different stadiums in Lisbon – the Estadio da Luz and the Estadio Jose Alvalade.

2019/20 UEFA Champions League schedule

7-8 August: Round of 16 second legs (venues to be confirmed)
12-15 August: Quarter-finals (Lisbon)
18-19 August: Semi-finals (Lisbon)
23 August: Final (Lisbon)

Manchester City were due to play a second-leg match against Real Madrid on March 17 at the Etihad Stadium, leading 2-1 from the first leg in Spain. Chelsea are 3-0 down from the home first leg of their tie against Bayern Munich.

Champions League last-16 ties still to play

Manchester City vs Real Madrid (2-1 after first leg)

Bayern Munich vs Chelsea (3-0)

Juventus vs Lyon (0-1)

Barcelona vs Napoli (1-1)

Already through: Paris Saint-Germain, Atalanta, Atletico Madrid, RB Leipzig

A decision has yet to be made on the remaining Europa League games this season but likely destination a city in Germany – possibly Frankfurt or Dusseldorf.

Europa League last-16 ties still to play

FC Copenhagen vs Istanbul Basaksehir (0-1)

Wolves vs Olympiacos (1-1)

Bayer Leverkusen vs Rangers (3-1)

Shaktar Donetsk vs Wolfsburg (2-1)

Inter Milan vs Getafe (Both legs yet to be played)

Sevilla vs Roma (Both legs yet to be played)

FC Basel vs Eintracht Frankfurt (3-0)

Manchester United vs LASK (5-0)

UEFA is understood to be targeting a mid-October start for the group stages of the 2020-21 Champions League. When the qualifying rounds take place – is an extremely complex problem to solve with many leagues likely to still be ongoing when the preliminaries are usually scheduled.

The match schedule and host venues for Euro 2020 are set to be finalised, with every indication being that the 12 original host cities will still be able to fulfil their commitments in summer 2021.

The play-offs for that tournament are intended to be played before Christmas, possibly in one of the international break ‘triple-headers’ in October or November.

2020: Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica or Estádio José Alvalade, Lisbon, Portugal
2021: Atatürk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul, Turkey
2022: Saint Petersburg Stadium, St Petersburg, Russia
2023: Football Arena Munich, Munich, Germany
2024: Wembley Stadium, London, England