What time does the UEFA Champions League 2016/2017 quarter-final draw start at?
The 2016/17 UEFA Champions League draw gets underway in the UEFA Nyon headquarters at 12:00 CET on Friday March 17th 2017.
Where can I watch the Champions League quarter-final draw?
No matter where you are on the planet, you can see what channel the draw is available on.
Is the Champions League quarter-final draw available online?
The 2016/17 UEFA Champions League quarter-final draw is available in most nations through the rights holders' online platform, if they have one. Your best bet is to check who is showing the draw in your country, and if they have an online service or iOS/Android app to watch it on.
Champions League quarter-final draw: teams
The teams in the draw will be as follows:
Monaco - who edged out Pep Guardiola's Manchester City in a 12 goal thriller over two legs
Barcelona - who got heavily thrashed in Paris by PSG, and then had a fairly dull game at the Camp Nou in the return leg
What about the Europa League quarter-final draw?
The draw for the Europa League quarter-final will take place in Nyon at 13:00 (CET) on Friday March 17th 2017, immediately after the ties for the Champions League quarter-final have been decided. Check which channel the draw is on.
As with the Champions League, the draw will be available to view online in most nations through the rights holders' online platform, if they have one.
AS English live coverage
You can also follow all the action from Nyon right here on AS English, with our inimitable minute-by-minute live coverage. We'll be building up to the action throughout Friday morning and draw specialist Paul will be giving you a blow-by-blow account of the ties and reaction as it unfolds.
Champions League quarter final draw: build up?
Fancy tickets for the Europa League final? They go on general sale Friday 17.03 from 12:00 CET.
Here's how the bookies see the last eight remaining sides in the competition.
With the draw almost upon us, we reflect on some of the news surrounding the last few weeks:
- Bayern Munich demolished Arsenal but one of their midfielders - remembered fondly at Madrid, Liverpool and at Real Sociedad - confirmed he is to hang up his boots at the end of this campaign. Can he bow out with the Champions League trophy?
- Leicester City made the headlines around the world last year as the most unlikely of Premier League champions. As the only English side left in the competition, could they really do a fairytale double?
- Atlético Madrid kept the Spanish dominance of the latter stages of the Champions League in tact. Three teams into this year's quarters from Spain, 15 times in the last five seasons.
- Monaco have been somewhat of a revelation this season and few had tipped them to make the quarter finals. What a tie against City and this young lad is getting a lot of attention.
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