The draw for the quarter-finals of the Champions League was made in the headquarters of the Uefa in Nyon, Switzerland.
Eight teams will advance on the road to Madrid, where the final of this year will be held at the Wanda Metropolitano Atletico on June 1st.
Those eight will have their entire path to glory mapped at the same time, with the tournament divided into two brackets from here on, in the sense that the parties will also know their potential opponents in the semifinals.
Champions League quarter-final calendar
|Ajax vs Juventus|
|Liverpool vs FC Porto|
|Tottenham vs Man City|
|Barcelona vs Man Utd|
Matches to be played between 9 and 10 April and 16-17 April
Champions League semi-final calendar
|Ajax or Juventus against Tottenham or Man City|
|Barcelona or Man Utd against Liverpool or FC Porto|
Matches to be played between April 30th, May 1st and May 7th-8th
When is the ending?
The final takes place on June 1st at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Atletico Madrid.
Application for final Champions League tickets
Tickets will be available through a card system with the most expensive seats for € 600 (£ 513), Uefa confirmed.
Uefa announced that the ticket request window is open between 13:00 GMT on Thursday, March 14th until 13:00 GMT on Thursday, March 21st.
Tickets for the final will not be sold on a first-come, first-served basis, however fans will have to participate in the run-off to try and place seats for the final.
Fans will find out via email on April 5th 2019 if their applications have been successful.
With the final to be held at the 63,5000 seats Wanda Metropolitano of Madrid, Uefa has made available 38,000 tickets for fans of the finalists and for the general public.
C waves the prices of the final ticket of the league
- Category 1: € 600
- Category 2: € 450
- Category 3: € 180
- Category 4: € 70
- Accessibility tickets: € 70
- Youth package (1 adult and 1 child – 14 years): € 140
Click here to access the Uefa ticket portal.
2019-03-15T11: 29: 30.130Z
United to host Barcelona in the outward
Uefa has now confirmed that Manchester United will host the first match of the match against Barcelona at Old Trafford.
Manchester City and Manchester United are unable to play at home on the same night, or on consecutive nights, following a decision taken by the competent local authorities. The first leg of Manchester United-Barcelona will therefore be at Old Trafford.
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