There are only eight teams left in the race for the trophy. In the Champions League quarter-final draw, Bayern Munich is still a German team. There are also three teams from Italy, two from England and one each from Spain – with defending champions Real Madrid – and Portugal.
The Champions League quarter-final draw will take place on Friday, 17 March at 12.00 noon German time at the House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland.
In addition to the quarter-finals, the possible opponents in the semi-finals and the home right for the final will be drawn. Which opponents will FC Bayern face on their way to the final?
Here is all the info on the CL draw for the quarter-finals – time, broadcast, mode and the match schedule up to the final.
Champions League Draw Quarter Final 2023
When is the Champions League quarter final 2023 draw?
The Champions League quarter-finals will be drawn on 17 March (Friday). The venue for the draw is the House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland.
The draw will start at 12.00 p.m. German time.
Who will broadcast the draw for the Champions League quarter-finals?
The broadcast of the Champions League Quarter Final Draw can be seen in Germany via Sky and DAZN.
Sky broadcasts the CL draw for the quarter-finals on Sky Sport News live on TV from 11:45 am. Those interested can also watch the draw live on skysport.de and in the Sky Sport app.
The Europa League quarter-final draw will then be shown, starting at 13:00.
The sports streaming platform DAZN, where the majority of Champions League matches are being played this season, will also show the “quarter-final raffle” live and in full.
UEFA offers a free livestream of the Champions League quarter-final draw.
Which teams are in the quarter-finals?
The draw for the quarter-finals features the eight winning teams from the round of 16.
In the quarter-finals are:
- Bayern Munich
- Benfica Lisbon
- AC Milan
- Manchester City
- Inter Milan
- Real Madrid
- SSC Napoli
Mode: How does the draw for the quarter-finals 2023 work?
Three draws are scheduled for the Champions League quarter-final draw on 17 March. This will determine the route to the final in Istanbul.
The first draw will be for the quarter-finals. The mode is very simple: there is no longer a seed list and no country protection. Clubs from the same country can be drawn to each other without any restrictions.
This means, for example, that there can be an England duel between Chelsea and Manchester City or a Milan derby between Inter and Milan.
The team drawn first in each case has home rights in the first leg.
Who are Bayern’s opponents in the CL quarter-final draw?
Since anyone can meet anyone in the Champions League quarter-final draw, there are seven possible Bayern opponents.
So it could come down to a clash against Manchester City, a clash with last year’s winners Real Madrid or even a clash with the resurgent AC Milan.
When will the 2023 Champions League quarter-finals be played?
The quarter-finals, which will be drawn on 18 March, will take place entirely in April.
The quarter-final dates for the first legs are 11 and 12 April. The second legs will take place on 18 and 19 April.
The semi-finals, which will be drawn directly, will be played on 9/10 (first legs) and 16/17 May (second legs).
On 10 June, the final of the Champions League will take place in Istanbul.
Champions League Dates 2023
- 11/12 April: Quarter-finals, first legs
- 16/17 April: Quarter-finals, second legs
- 9/10 May: Semi-finals, first legs
- 16/17 May: Semi-finals, second legs
- Saturday, 10 June: Final (Istanbul)
Champions League quarter-finals 2023 broadcast – who shows what?
Since the streaming provider DAZN has the rights to the UEFA Champions League matches, the quarter-finals will also be shown here.
As was already the case in the group stage, Amazon Prime is also allowed to show one match live and exclusively on each Tuesday in the quarter-finals. In total, two of the eight quarter-final matches will not be shown on DAZN.
Which games these will be will be decided after the Champions League quarter-final draw. Amazon Prime has the right to choose freely.
However, it can be assumed that the Tuesday match of FC Bayern – first leg or second leg – will be shown on Amazon Prime Video.