Champions League Round of 16 draw: how to watch, live stream for FREE, format and qualified teams

NOTHING beats the anticipation of who your team will be paired against in the Champions League Round of 16 – until you get a bad draw.

Champions Real Madrid remain on track to retain their trophy after qualifying for the next round.

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Antonio Rudiger’s brave last-gasp header secured Real Madrid’s knockout berthCredit: AFP
Club Brugge qualified for the round of 16 after holding Atletico to a 0-0 draw

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Club Brugge qualified for the round of 16 after holding Atletico to a 0-0 drawCredit: AP

And The first progress of Club Brugge in the round of 16 stunned the world when you consider who they faced in Group B.

Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool are all in their groups while Spurs remain top going into the final matchweek.

But when is the Round of 16 draw and who else has qualified?

When is the Champions League Round of 16 draw?

The highly anticipated Champions League Round of 16 will take place on Monday, November 7.

It is planned to start 11am UK time – 12 p.m. local time.

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The House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland, is the venue chosen for the draw.

Where can I watch the Champions League Round of 16 draw?

Fans can follow the Champions League draw on the official UEFA Youtube channel.

Or alternatively, the draw will be broadcast on the UEFA official website.

How is the Champions League Round of 16 draw going?

The draw includes 16 teams – the winners and runners-up from each of the eight Champions League groups.

There will then be one seed pot consisting of the eight group winners while the other seed pot will consist of the eight runners-up.

No team may face a club from its group or a team from its association.

The group winners will first play away in the Round of 16 and will be at home in the second legs.

Who has qualified so far?

Reigning champions Real Madrid have secured a place and they will be joined by English champions Manchester City while Barcelona were eliminated following Inter Milan’s victory over Viktoria Plzen.

Christy J. Olson