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Champions League last-16 draw: teams, seeds, UK start time, TV and live stream

Four Premier League clubs have qualified for the knockout stages

Premier League clubs Liverpool, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea will be in the draw for the last 16 of the Uefa Champions League. 

Taking place on Monday 16 December in Nyon, Switzerland, the draw will see the eight seeded teams (group winners) paired with one of the eight unseeded teams (group runners-up). 

Uefa has confirmed that no team can play a club from their group or a club from the same country. 

Round of 16 first-leg matches will be played in February and the second legs will be played in March.

What time is the last-16 draw?

The Champions League last-16 draw starts at 11am (GMT) on Monday. 

TV and live stream details

BT Sport 1 will provide coverage of the draw from 10.45am and Uefa.com will also show a live stream from 11am. 

Fans can watch the last-16 action via BT Sport’s new contract-free monthly pass, costing £25 per month. See more at bt.com  

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Which teams are in the draw?

Seeded teams: group winners
  • Paris Saint-Germain (group A winners)  
  • Bayern Munich (group B winners)  
  • Manchester City (group C winners) 
  • Juventus (group D winners)  
  • Liverpool (holders; group E winners)  
  • Barcelona (group F winners)  
  • RB Leipzig (group G winners)  
  • Valencia (group H winners) 
Unseeded teams: group runners-up
  • Real Madrid (group A runners-up)  
  • Tottenham Hotspur (group B runners-up) 
  • Atalanta (group C runners-up)  
  • Atlético Madrid (group D runners-up)  
  • Napoli (group E runners-up)  
  • Borussia Dortmund (group F runners-up)  
  • Lyon (group G runners-up)  
  • Chelsea (group H runners-up)  

What are the rules of the draw?

  • Seeded teams are at home in the second legs 
  • No team can play a club from their Champions League group or a side from the same country

When are the last-16 fixtures? 

Round of 16 first legs will be on 18-19 and 25-26 February. The second legs are on 10-11 and 17-18 March. Seeded teams will be at home in the second legs. All matches will kick-off at 8pm and are live on BT Sport

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