Everything you need to know about the Champions League as it gets set to whittle the number of teams down to four, including how to watch every game
The quest for continental glory is heating up with the Champions League moving into the quarter-final phase.
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Heavyweights such as Barcelona and Manchester City are the strong favourites to get their hands on the trophy in June but they have at least two more hurdles to clear first.
Premier League duo Liverpool and Tottenham will all feel they have a decent chance of progressing, though Ajax are perennial dark horses after outsing both Real Madrid and Juventus.
As Europe’s premier club competition begins the business of deciding the last four, Goal brings you everything you need to know about the fixtures, results and how to watch the action.
This season’s Champions League quarter-finals kicked off on April 9, 2019 when Liverpool took on Porto and Tottenham faced Manchester City.
Those games were followed on April 10, 2019 by Manchester United versus Barcelona and Ajax versus Juventus. The second legs will be held on April 16 and 17.
You can see the full breakdown of fixtures and results in the table below.
All games are scheduled to kick off at 8pm BST ( 3pm EST ).
In the UK, Champions League quarter-final matches will be available to watch live on TV via BT Sport , who also offer an online streaming service through their app.
In the US, viewers are able to watch the Champions League quarter-final games on TV through the Univision network (which includes Univision Deportes, UniMas and Galavision) or TNT USA . Alternatively, fuboTV offer coverage of all games, with a seven-day free trial available.
You can see which channels will be showing each game in the list below.
Once the quarter-finals have concluded the competition heads into the semi-final stage, which will take place at the end of April and beginning of May.
There is no need for a semi-final draw as it was already done during the quarter-final draw, so we have an idea of how the final four will look, as you can see below.
The first legs of the semi-finals will be played on April 30/May 1 with the second legs taking place on May 7/8 .
Winners of the semi-finals will contest the 2019 Champions League final on June 1, 2019 . That game will be played at the Wanda Metropolitano, which is the home stadium of Atletico Madrid.