NOTHING beats the anticipation of finding out who your team will be up against in the Champions League Round of 16 – until you draw a bad draw.
Champions Real Madrid remain on course to defend their trophy after qualifying with two games to go.
And Club Brugge’s early advance to the knockout stages stunned the world considering who they faced in Group B.
But when will the round of 16 be drawn and who else has qualified?
When will the Champions League round of 16 be drawn?
The eagerly awaited round of 16 of the Champions League will take place on Monday, November 7th
The start is planned 11am UK time – 12 p.m. local time.
The draw will be held at the House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland.
Where can I watch the Champions League round of 16 draw?
Fans can follow the Champions League draw on UEFA’s official YouTube channel.
Or alternatively, the draw will be broadcast on UEFA’s official website.
How does the Champions League round of 16 draw work?
16 teams take part in the draw – the winners and runners-up from each of the eight Champions League groups.
One seeding pot is then formed consisting of the eight group winners, while the other seeding pot comprises the eight runners-up.
No team can play against a club from their group or team from their association.
The group winners play away first in the round of 16 and are at home in the second leg.
Who has qualified so far?
Reigning champions Real Madrid have secured a spot and are joined by English champions Manchester City, while Barcelona are eliminated after Inter Milan beat Viktoria Pilsen.
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