Where to watch UCL 2023/24 quarter-final draw live in Nigeria

Where to watch UCL 2023/24 quarter-final draw live in Nigeria
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The UCL 2023/24 quarter-final draws come up on Friday following the conclusion of the round of 16 ties on Wednesday.

There is an array of top-quality teams who made it to the quarter-final.

The cast to battle it out for a place in the semi-final include the defending champions Manchester City, Real Madrid, Arsenal, FC Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Borussia Dortmund. Bayern Munich and Paris Saint Germain.

Once again, the biggest teams in Europe will be vying for places in the semi-finals. Of the eight teams through to the quarter-final, only PSG, Atletico Madrid and Arsenal are yet to win the trophy with the big ears.

The UCL 2023/24 quarter-final draws come up on Friday, and in our usual style, we give you all the details you need to know about the upcoming draws, including where to watch them live.

Unsurprisingly, there is no Nigerian left in the UCL 2023/24, with perhaps Bukayo Saka the only player of Nigerian descent left in the competition.

The UCL 2023/24 quarter-final draws: The rules

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  • The draws for the quarter-final and the road to Wembley are on the same day.
  • It is an open draw. There are no seedings and country protection. Teams from the same national association can play each other.
  • From the eight balls, the first team drawn plays its first match at home against the second team drawn.

UCL 2023/24 quarter-final draws – Where to watch

UEFA TV

The draws come up on Friday, 15 March, at noon (11:00 am GMT) Nigerian time and are available to stream live on UEFA's official website, uefa.com.

SuperSport

The UCL 2023/24 quarter-final draws will be on air by all UEFA broadcasting partners. It means that SuperSport will broadcast the draws on one of its channels.

Livestreaming Platforms

DSTV Stream

DSTV will also air the UCL 2023/24 quarter-final draw on its streaming channels, but you must have a subscription to watch it on the go.

TNT Sports

One can stream the draws on TNT Sports, but it comes with a subscription and a VPN.

Paramount+

Paramount+ subscribers will also not miss a second of the draw, as the platform will bring it to them.

Quarter-final and semi-final dates

Quarter-final first legs: 9/10 April 2024

Quarter-final second legs: 16/17 April 2024

Semi-final first legs: 30 April/ 1 May 2024

Semi-final second legs: 7/8 May 2024

The qualified teams

Manchester City (England)

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Manchester City (defending champions) is one of the two Premier League sides in the pot. 

They reached the quarter-final stage without losing any game. Any team they draw on Friday will probably be their toughest opposition this season.

Arsenal (England)

The last time Arsenal appeared in the Champions League was in the 2016/17 season.

The Gunners lost one game in the group stage and lost the first leg to Porto before winning on penalties.

Real Madrid (Spain)

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The 14-time UEFA Champions League winners have a habit of reaching the semi-finals.

They lost to the eventual winners in the semi-final last season. Despite their injury problems, Los Merengues will fear no opposition.

Barcelona (Spain)

They have struggled a bit this season. They gave a dose of their potential when they beat Napoli 3-1 in the second leg.

Amid the departure of coach Xavi Hernandez at the end of the season, Los Blaugrana would have a few teams they'd like to avoid.

Atletico Madrid (Spain)

They remained as rugged as ever and pulled their chestnuts out of the fire against Inter Milan.

Most teams would like to avoid them. They have a tenacity that is unrivalled in Europe.

Bayern Munich (Germany)

Bayern Munich may have coasted to the quarter-final, with their only scare a first-leg 1-0 loss to Lazio, but the Bavarians still have some flaws.

On their good day, they will be a problem for any opposition.

Borussia Dortmund (Germany)

Borussia Dortmund made short work of PSV in the second leg of their round of 16 tie.

They look like the weakest of the eight teams in the pot, but they habitually rise to the occasion.

Paris Saint Germain (France)

In the last few years, PSG has dropped a few notches despite remaining dominant in Ligue 1.

Luis Enrique has started preparing for life after Kylian Mbappe, but as long as he's in the team, any opposition will have 90 minutes of hell.

This article was most recently revised and updated 4 months ago

Chooka Izuegbuna is a Sports Journalist with 20 years of experience in print, TV and Radio. He has worked with some of the top media houses in Nigeria, including NTA Network, Channels TV, TVC, Silverbird TV and MITV. Chooka broke his sports reporting teeth with The Game Football Weekly in 2003 as a cartoonist and reporter. Chooka has a passion for football and has been a fan of Enugu Rangers (over 30 years) and Real Madrid (Since 1996).