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Live streaming: 2018/19 UEFA Champions League draw (quarter-finals) guide

March 14, 2019 By Angela Asante
Stop here for the time, date, teams qualification summary, rules, and streaming info ahead of the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals draw on Friday, March 15.

Which teams are in the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals?

Welcome the last eight teams standing in this season's UCL campaign. The draw shall be made of four Premier League teams while the other four spot are made of a representative each from Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Spain.

In alphabetical order, here are your 2018/19 UEFA Champions League quarter-finalists:

- Ajax (Netherlands): Qualified 5-3 on aggregate in stunning fashion. Stepping into the Santiago Bernabeu with a 2-1 deficit and pulling off an unexpected 4-1 victory is no fluke. The Dutch side will be looking to deceive any upcoming opponent after ousting Real Madrid.

- Barcelona (Spain): Qualified 5-1 on aggregate to remind everyone that the Camp Nou is a boiling cooking pot. The Catalans knocked in vain in Lyon; the gates never opened as they succumbed to a goalless draw. The second leg was a different story directed by master Messi.

-  Juventus (Italy): Qualified 3-2 on aggregate thanks to what was arguably the greatest "one-man show" comeback. Diego Simeone and his men thought they had done the job when they banged in two goals without reply in Spain. Cristiano Ronaldo, however, had other ideas. His hat-trick in Turin and Juve's solid defensive set-up left Atleti fans red-faced. CR7's Champions League title mission for The Old Lady continues.

- Liverpool (England): Qualified 3-1 on aggregate. It was said that the Reds should stop dreaming after they failed to register a goal at Anfield. The Allianz Arena is indeed a difficult ground for visitors but Sadio Mane's blistering form and Virgil van Dijk's performance in the second leg were too hot for Bayern Munich to handle.

- Manchester City (England): Qualified 10-2 on aggregate. Pep Guardiola had compared his squad to "a teenager" when asked about their chances of imposing themselves in Europe. Schalke had hopes of initiating a comeback "in Ajax fashion", following their 3-2 loss in Germany. The Bundesliga contenders were totally disillusioned, however, at the Etihad stadium. They suffered a humiliating 7-0 beating.

- Manchester United (England): Qualified 3-3 on aggregate. Another season and another unacceptable slip by PSG in the knock-out stages of the UEFA Champions League. As if they had not learned their 2016/17 lesson from collapsing 6-5 to Barcelona despite holding a 4-0 advantage, Les Parisiens once again squandered a comfortable first-leg lead. This time, a solid performance at Old Trafford saw them defeat the Mancunians 2-0 but manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer never stopped believing. Lukaku and Rashford got the goals needed at the Parc des Princes to boot PSG out of the competition.

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- FC Porto (Portugal): Qualified 4-3 on aggregate. The Dragons could not conquer Rome but their away goal in the 2-1 loss went a long way to see them through to the Last 8. This tie was the only one from the Round of 16 which was forced into extra-time to decide the winner. The second leg match produced two penalties -- the first of which was converted by AS Roma's De Rossi -- but only one made the ultimate difference and that was Alex Telles' 117th minute spot kick to keep Iker Casillas' fourth UCL title dream alive.

- Tottenham Hotspur (England): Qualified 4-0 on aggregate. It turned out to be a one-way affair against Borussia Dortmund. The German outfit never found their place -- not even on home soil. The first leg saw Spurs silence BVB with a massive 3-0 victory. In the second leg in London, Harry Kane netted his fifth goal of the tournament to complete his team's double win en route to the Champions League quarter-finals.

At what time does the UEFA Champions League draw start?

Stream the UCL quarter-finals draw live on Friday, March 15 at:

12:00 PM CET in Nyon, Madrid, Paris, Rome

11:00 AM GMT in London

7:00 AM ET in New York 

4:00 AM ET in Los Angeles

Despite the hour change across multiple countries, don't be confused by the kick-off time of the UCL draw. Simply have a look at the time displayed on our 2018/19 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals draw page. It is geo-localized as per your device's time and date settings.


Match details, result and original broadcast info

UEFA Champions League Draw

March 15, 2019 7:00am

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Can I stream the Champions League quarter-finals draw live?

The entire draw ceremony will be available in live streaming on

Can two teams from the same country be paired?

Absolutely. Since the rules allow for two teams from one same country to be drawn against each other in the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals, the possibilities for a Manchester Derby in Friday's draw exist! Speaking of England's two giant clubs from Manchester, a decision coming from local authorities stipulates that the two city rivals won't be able to play at home on the same day or on consecutive days.

UEFA adds that "should both clubs be drawn at home in the same week, the team having finished lower in the domestic league the previous season – in this case Manchester United – will be reversed in accordance with the UEFA Club Competitions Committee principles."

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What are the UCL semi-finals' brackets like?

During the 2018/19 Champions League draw, the semi-finals brackets will also be determined.

What are the dates for the 2018/19 UCL quarter-finals, semi-finals, and final?

Watch the first legs of the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals live on April 9 and 10 and the second legs live on April 16 and 17. The 2018/19 UCL semis are scheduled to take place on April 30 and May 1 (first legs) with the return legs set for May 7 and 8.

The grand final of the 2018/19 Champions League comes on live on Saturday, June 1 at the Estadio Metropolitano which is the home ground of Atletico Madrid. Live Soccer TV will provide you with global broadcast listings to know where to watch on TV, stream online, or follow via radio commentary all the upcoming UCL matches.



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