Chelsea and Manchester City Learn Their Fate in Women’s Champions League Draw

Women's Champions League

Chelsea and Manchester City learned of their next opponents in the Women’s Champions League after the draw for the quarter-finals and semi-finals was made on March 12.

Chelsea and Manchester City Find Out Next Opponents in the Women’s Champions League

Chelsea Take on Wolfsburg in Women’s Champions League

Chelsea will face the two-time winners Wolfsburg after overcoming Atletico Madrid 3-1 on aggregate in the last-16.

The Blues have bad memories of facing Wolfsburg in recent years after being knocked out by the German side on three separate occasions, which included a semi-final defeat in 2017/18.

Meanwhile, Wolfsburg overcame Norwegian side LSK Kvinner 4-0 on aggregate in the round of 16.

If Emma Hayes’ side win the tie, they will go on to face either Rosengard or Bayern Munich in the semi-finals.

Manchester City Face Barcelona

Gareth Taylor’s team have a mouth-watering quarter-final tie against Barcelona to look forward to after sweeping aside Fiorentina with an 8-0 aggregate victory in the previous round.

The Spanish club also cruised to this stage of the competition with a 9-0 aggregate win over Danish side Fortuna Hjørring.

The reward for City should they get past Barcelona would be a semi-final tie against either Sparta Prague, Lyon or Paris Saint Germain.

The first legs of the last-eight ties will be played on March 23-24, and the second legs will take place on March 31 and April 1.

Meanwhile, the semi-finals are set to take place on April 24-25 and May 1-2, ahead of this year’s final in Gothenburg on May 16.

The full quarter-final and semi-final draw can be viewed below.

Quarter-Final Draw

Bayern Munich (GER) v Rosengard (SWE)

Sparta Prague (CZE) or Paris Saint Germain (FRA) v Lyon (FRA)

Barcelona (ESP) v Manchester City

Chelsea v Wolfsburg (GER)

Semi-Final Draw

Sparta Prague or Paris Saint Germain or Lyon v Barcelona or Manchester City

Bayern Munich or Rosengard v Chelsea or Wolfsburg

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