When are the 2021 Champions League quarter finals games played?
Real Madrid vs Liverpool, Bayern Munich vs PSG, Porto vs Chelsea, Man City vs Dortmund. All you need to know to ensure you don't miss the UCL quarter finals.
We now know who will face who in the 2020/21 Champions League quarter finals and also how the semi finals will be arranged. With some seriously tasty ties awaiting us, make sure you block off the time in your calendars and set some reminders so as not to miss them.
UCL finals repeated
This season's last eight fixtures includes repeats of two very recent UCL finals. In 2018 Real Madrid won their third consecutive European title under Zinedine Zidane, overcoming Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool side that was growing in stature and would go onto lift the trophy in the following year. Don't be suprised if a common narrative is over the Ramos-Salah incident that many believe was the key to Los Blancos turning the flow of that previous final.
Another final rerun is brought to us with Bayern Munich against Paris Saint-Germain. A Kylian Mbappé led PSG looked to have finally reached their holy grail last season but fell at the final hurdle against the all-conquering Germans. Robert Lewandowski maintains his crown as the king of strikers, but the French youngster looks ready to take over the throne.
Let's have a review of when the games are scheduled to be played...
2020/21 Champions League quarter final first leg
Tuesday 6 April
Manchester City v Borussia Dortmund (Etihad, Manchester)
Real Madrid v Liverpool (Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano, Madrid)
Wednesday 7 April
Bayern Munich v PSG (Allianz Arena, Munich)
Porto v Chelsea (Estadio do Dragão, Porto)
2020/21 Champions League quarter final return leg
Tuesday 13 April
PSG v Bayern Munich (Parc des Princes, Paris)
Chelsea v Porto (Stamford Bridge, London)
Wednesday 14 April
Borussia Dortmund v Manchester City (Westfalenstadion, Dortmund)
Liverpool v Real Madrid (Anfield, Liverpool)
2020/21 Champions League semi-finals
The winners of QF3 (Bayern Munich v PSG) will face the winners of QF1 (Manchester City v Borussia Dortmund) in the semi-finals. The winners of QF4 (Real Madrid v Liverpool) will face the winners of QF2 (Porto Chelsea).