UEFA raffled this Friday in Nyon the order of the quarterfinal matches, setting the Spanish match between Atlético de Madrid and Barcelona for August 21. San Mamés will be the scene of that match. The rojiblanco team, debuting in the quarterfinal round, will seek to reach the semifinals for the first time. The Catalan team, on the other hand, already has experience at these levels. He is the current continental runner-up. That same day, but in Anoeta, the Glasgow City and the Wolfsburg.
The quarterfinal round will conclude on August 22 with the other two games. He Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain They will compete in Anoeta while Olympique de Lyon, defender of the title, will face their clash against Bayern Munich in San Mamés.
The semifinals will be played on August 25 and 26 and the final on August 30.
The winner of the tie between Glasgow City and Wolfsburg will face the winner of the clash between Atlético de Madrid and Barcelona on August 25 in Anoeta.
San Mamés, for its part, will host the duel between the winners of Arsenal-Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique de Lyon-Bayern Munich on the 26th. The Bilbao stadium will also host the final on the 30th.
Donostia and Bilbao They were the venues chosen by UEFA for the express finalization of the Women’s Champions League, which will not be able to end under the format initially foreseen by the coronavirus pandemic. All the qualifying rounds will be resolved in a single match, in the Final to Eight format.
August 21: Glasgow City-Wolfsburgo (Anoeta)
August 21: Atlético de Madrid-Barcelona (San Mamés)
August 22: Arsenal-Paris Saint-Germain (Anoeta)
August 22: Lyon-Bayern de Múnich Olympic (San Mamés)
August 25th: Glasgow City / Wolfsburg – Atlético de Madrid / Barcelona (Anoeta)
August 26: Arsenal / París Saint-Germain – Olympique de Lyon / Bayern de Múnich (San Mamés)
August 30 (20.00), in Anoeta