In the Champions League round of sixteen, Manchester City will play Copenhagen, while Arsenal will play Porto.
Reaching the knockout stage for the first time since 2011, Danish champions Copenhagen finished ahead of Manchester United in their group. Legs one and two are scheduled for February 13–14 or February 20–21 and March 5–6 or March 12–13, respectively.
Arsenal and City will host the second leg of their match because of their seeds. Former runners-up Inter Milan take on Atletico Madrid, record 14-time champions Real Madrid take on RB Leipzig, and Bayern Munich take on Lazio.
On June 1, Wembley will host the final.
When Premier League leaders Arsenal and Porto last faced off in 2010, they triumphed 5-0 at Emirates Stadium. Arsenal won Group B but has never won the Champions League.
Porto, who finished second in the Primeira Liga of Portugal the previous year, tied Barcelona for first place in Group H after winning four of their six games.
Copenhagen finished second to Bayern in Group A after losing 1-0 away to United and then defeating them 4-3 at home. City became victorious from Group G with a perfect record.
In the last six seasons, City has advanced from the round of 16.
- Porto v Arsenal
- Napoli v Barcelona
- Paris St-Germain v Real Sociedad
- Inter Milan v Atletico Madrid
- PSV Eindhoven v Borussia Dortmund
- Lazio v Bayern Munich
- Copenhagen v Manchester City
- RB Leipzig v Real Madrid
Draw for the Europa League playoffs
On Monday, there was also the draw for the Europa League play-offs’ knockout phase. The eight group winners—West Ham, Brighton, Rangers, and Liverpool—automatically advanced to the last-16 stage, which will take place on March 7 and 14. There was little interest from the British side.
The eight clubs ranked third in the Champions League group stage and the eight runners-up from the Europa League group stage will compete in the playoffs, with the winners joining them.
On February 15 and 22, these ties will take place:
- Feyenoord v Roma
- Lens v Freiburg
- Benfica v Toulouse
- Galatasaray v Sparta Prague
- AC Milan v Rennes
- Young Boys v Sporting Lisbon
- Sporting Braga v Qarabag
- Shakhtar Donetsk v Marseille
Europa Conference League play-off draw
Eight teams, including Aston Villa, have advanced to the Europa Conference League round of 16.
The eight clubs ranked third in the Europa League group stage and the eight runners-up from the Europa Conference League group stage will face off in the elimination round play-offs, where the winners will join them.
On February 15 and 22, these ties will also be played:
- Sturm Graz v Slovan Bratislava
- Servette v Ludogorets
- Union Saint-Gilloise v Eintracht Frankfurt
- Real Betis v Dinamo Zagreb
- Olympiakos v Ferencvarosi
- Ajax v Bodo/Glimt
- Molde v Legia Warsaw
- Maccabi Haifa v Gent