Champions League final 16 draw: Arsenal get Porto, Man City meet Copenhagen

 

This photograph taken on December 18, 2023, shows the UEFA Champions League cup ahead of the 2023-2024 UEFA Champions League football tournament round of 16 draw at the House of European Football in Nyon.

Holders Manchester City will face FC Copenhagen in the last 16 of the Champions League.

Arsenal, the current Premier League leaders, will take on Portuguese side Porto in the first knockout round.

City played Copenhagen – who came through a group that included Manchester United – in the early stages last season, winning 5-0 at the Etihad Stadium and drawing 0-0 in Denmark.

Arsenal’s opponents Porto qualified as runners-up to Barcelona in Group H.

Spanish champions Barca, meanwhile, were handed a tough assignment against Serie A winners Napoli.

Real Madrid, the record 14-time winners, were paired with RB Leipzig with their city rivals Atletico facing Inter Milan.

Paris St Germain will play the fourth Spanish side in the draw, Real Sociedad, with the two German teams, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, tackling Lazio and PSV respectively.

Champions League last 16 draw

Seeded teams (named first) will play the second leg at home

Arsenal v FC Porto

Barcelona v Napoli

Real Sociedad v Paris St Germain

Atletico Madrid v Inter Milan

Borussia Dortmund v PSV Eindhoven

Bayern Munich v Lazio

Manchester City v FC Copenhagen

Real Madrid v RB Leipzig

First legs: February 13th-14th & 20th-21st

Second legs: March 5th-6th and March 12th-13th

Europa League knock-out round playoffs

Feyenoord v Roma

AC Milan v Rennes

Lens v Freiburg

Young Boys v Sporting Lisbon

Benfica v Toulouse

Sporting Braga v Qarabag

Galatasaray v Sparta Prague

Shakhtar Donetsk v Olympique de Marseille

First legs: February 15th; Second legs: February 22nd

The eight group winners from the Europa League already qualified for the last 16 are

Europa League group winners qualified for Last 16: West Ham, Brighton, Rangers, Atalanta, Liverpool, Villareal, Slavia Prague and Bayer Leverkusen.


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