UEFA will make Champions League dates official this Wednesday
According to the Sky channel, UEFA will ratify and make official this Wednesday; after the meeting of its Executive Committee the schedule for the rest of the Champions; with a ‘final to eight’ to be held in Lisbon. The coronavirus pandemic caused the competition to be suspended in the round of 16. Once these heats are resolved, the ‘final to eight’ will be played from August 12 to 23 in Lisbon.
According to Sky, the scheduled dates for the final at eight in Lisbon are quarterfinals, 12, 13, 14, and 15 August. The semifinals will take place on August 18 and 19 and the final will be played on August 23.
It remembers that Atletico (who eliminated the champion, Liverpool) Atalanta (who left Valencia) Paris Saint-Germain (won over Borussia Dortmund); and Leipzig are already classified for this final eight minutes away.
The remaining eighths have the pending lap and it will be disputed in the scheduled stadiums. Barcelona will receive Naples at the Camp Nou (1-1 in the first leg). Real Madrid will have to try to come back in Etihad against Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City (the ‘citizens’ won 1-2 in the first leg). Juventus will await Lyon at Allianz Stadium (in France they defeated the Gauls 1-0). And Bayern will receive Chelsea at the Allianz-Arena (who won 0-3 at Stamford Bridge).
The UEFA executive committee will decide on the format and venue on the 17th. The first Madrid final of the Champions League match took place on Saturday, 24 May 2014, in Lisbon. Which marked the tenth European Cup for Real Madrid.
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