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Champions League quarter-final draw: qualified teams, date, time.

The Champions League Round of 16 stages wounded up on Wednesday with little upsets staged, setting us up for a blockbuster quarter-final round.
Here are the 8 teams that qualified Real Madrid (ESP)
* Bayern Munich (GER)
* AC Milan (ITA)
* Chelsea (ENG)
* Manchester City (ENG)
* Benfica (POR)
* Inter Milan (ITA)
* Napoli (ITA)
The draw is set to take place on Friday 17th March 2023, The draw will take place in the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland in the late morning of 11 AM.
Another draw will take place to determine which side will play Home or away in the first and second legs.

After the draws have been concluded the Quarter Final ties will take place on either Tuesday 11th or Wednesday 12th April and return fixtures on either Tuesday 18th or Wednesday 19th April.

Meanwhile Champions League quarter-final draw: qualified teams, date and time

The 2022/23 Champions League is moving on to its next stage, with just eight teams now left in Europe’s elite club competition and the lineup confirmed for the quarter-final draw.

Chelsea staged a second-leg comeback against Borussia Dortmund at Stamford Bridge. Last year they also reached the quarters, falling to eventual winners Real Madrid.

Elsewhere, Benfica emphatically sealed their passage with a 5-1 (7-1 agg) second-leg win over Club Brugge. The Portuguese side make it back-to-back quarter-finals for the first time this century.
Manchester City, likewise, bulldozered RB Leipzig, with Erling Haaland getting five goals to become the tournament’s top scorer this season.
Napoli also made it through comfortably, beating Frankfurt 3-0 in the second leg (5-0 agg), spurred on by two goals from Victor Osimhen.
Teams qualified for Champions League quarter-finals
* Chelsea
* Benfica
* Milan
* Bayern
* Manchester City
* Inter
* Real Madrid
* Napoli

The eight teams will go into the hat in Nyon, Switzerland, on Friday March 17, with the exact time still to be determined.

In the draw, any team could face any others. There are no seedings or geographic restrictions at this stage: anything can happen.
The first team drawn in each tie will play at home first, with the second team playing at home in the return leg.

Champions League quarter final draw simulated as Chelsea & Man City given tough ties.

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