Champions League 2020/21 round of 16 draw: Live stream, TV channel, start time and who Liverpool, Chelsea and Man City can face

Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City are all seeded in the draw for the first knockout stage having won their respective groups.

By Ross Kelsall Published: 13 December 2020 - 6.12pm

Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City all await their Champions League last 16 draw fate having safely navigated the group stages.

The Premier League trio all won their respective groups and are among the eight seeded clubs, alongside Europe’s elite – including Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain.

Lionel Messi’s Barcelona finished among the runners-up meaning a potential last 16 against an English side, with Atletico Madrid and RB Leipzig also potential opponents.

Read on to find out exactly who each team could be drawn against, as well as when the draw is taking place and how you can watch live.

And don’t forget, you can watch every single Champions League game from the last 16 all the way through to the final in May exclusively live on BT Sport.

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When is the Champions League last 16 draw?

The draw will take place from 11am on Monday 14 December at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.

Which teams are in the Champions League round of 16?

Bayern Munich

Runners-up (unseeded)

Atletico Madrid

Real Madrid

Runners-up (unseeded)

Borussia Monchengladbach

Manchester City

Runners-up (unseeded)

Porto

Liverpool

Runners-up (unseeded)

Atalanta

Chelsea

Runners-up (unseeded)

Sevilla

Borussia Dortmund

Runners-up (unseeded)

Lazio

Juventus

Runners-up (unseeded)

Barcelona

Paris Saint-Germain

Runners-up (unseeded)

RB Leipzig

Group winners (seeded)

Runners-up (unseeded)

Bayern Munich

Atletico Madrid

Real Madrid

Borussia Monchengladbach

Manchester City

Porto

Liverpool

Atalanta

Chelsea

Sevilla

Borussia Dortmund

Lazio

Juventus

Barcelona

Paris Saint-Germain

RB Leipzig

How does the Champions League last 16 draw work?

Teams are divided into two pots, seeded group winners and unseeded runners-up from the group stage of this year’s competition.

No teams that faced each other in the group stages can be drawn together in the last 16, nor can clubs from the same country be drawn against each other.

The seeded teams will play the second legs of their last 16 ties at home.

How can I watch the round of 16 Champions League draw?

Full coverage will be provided on BT Sport 2 HD from 10.45am on Monday 14 December, with our pundits reacting to the draw as it happens.

Subscribers can also watch on the BT Sport app or on BTSport.com.

Who can Liverpool face in the Champions League last 16?

Having won Group D, the Premier League champions are one of eight seeded teams and will therefore face an un-seeded group runner up.

They cannot face Atalanta who they met during the group stages, but there are no other restrictions on who the Reds could face.

Here is a full list: Atletico Madrid, Borussia Monchengladbach, Porto, Sevilla, Lazio, Barcelona or RB Leipzig.

Who could Chelsea draw in the Champions League last 16?

Frank Lampard’s men topped Group D and will therefore face one of the unseeded sides that finished second in their respective group.

Having already been drawn with Sevilla, they cannot face the Europa League holders but the seven remaining sides could be drawn against the Blues.

Here is a full list: Atletico Madrid, Borussia Monchengladbach, Porto, Atalanta, Lazio, Barcelona or RB Leipzig.

Who can Man City play in the last 16 of the Champions League?

City looked imperious in the group stages, dropping just two points from a possible 18 to top Group C and be placed in the seeded half of the draw.

Having already faced Porto, the only side to take any points from them, they cannot meet the Portuguese outfit in the last 16 but can be drawn against any of the remaining seven clubs.

Here is a full list: Atletico Madrid, Borussia Monchengladbach, Atalanta, Sevilla, Lazio, Barcelona or RB Leipzig.

What are the dates for the Champions League knockout stages?

Round of 16

First legs: Tuesday 16, Wednesday 17, Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 February

Second legs: Tuesday 9, Wednesday 10, Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 March

 

Quarter-finals

First legs: Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 April

Second legs: Tuesday 13 and Wednesday 14 April

 

Semi-finals

First legs: Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 April

Second legs: Tuesday 4 and Wednesday 5 May

 

Final

Saturday 29 May

When are the remaining draws taking place?

The quarter-final and semi-final draws will both take place on Friday 19 March, 2021.