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UEFA Executive Committee confirms Final Eight format

UEFA Executive Committee confirms Final Eight format

The Champions League and Europa League both will follow a Final Eight format as expected for the remainder of this season. The UEFA Executive Committee chose this afternoon that, according to Football Italia, ties would be held in the Champions League from the quarter-final stage on across two settings in Lisbon.

The smaller than normal tournament, made up of seven knockout fixtures, starts on August 11 and completes on August 23, 12 days later. Prior to this, the Champions League’s remaining four Last-16 second legs — including Juventus-Olympique Lyonnais and Barcelona-Napoli — will be played on 7-8 August at settings that are up in the air. Meanwhile, the Europa League will end in Cologne, Duisburg, Düsseldorf, and Gelsenkirchen, the four German urban areas.

Its final eight is booked for 5-6 August at the designated home scene or in Germany, between 10-21 August, with the Last-16 ties still exceptional.

On account of Inter-Getafe and Sevilla-Roma, that never kicked out, those ties will be negotiated over a solitary leg. All games will be played at 20:00 BST (21:00 CET), aside from a portion of the ones remaining in the Europa League Round of 16 that could commence at 17:55 BST (18:55 CET).

Regardless of whether summer signatures are not allowed, teams in the two rivalries can add three new players to their squads and they are allowed to make five replacements more than three intervals during matches.

The European Super Cup will presently be played in Budapest on September 24, and in 2020, 2021, 2022 and 203, have referred to for that opposition, as well as the Champions League and Europa League Finals, will be pushed back a year.

Lastly, the qualifiers for the 2020-21 Champions League start on 8 August and will be one-legged ties, before two-legged playoffs on 22-23 August and 29-30 September and gathering stage between 20 October and 9 December.

The Europa League qualifications start on August 20, ahead of the October 1 playoffs and the gathering stage from October 22 through December 10.

Fans won’t have the option to play in games at this stage however UEFA has agreed to ‘regularly survey the situation around the landmass.’

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