It has been confirmed by UEFA where all remaining round of 16 games in the Champions League will be played.
The remaining second leg fixtures in both competitions will be played at their designated stadiums wherever possible.
While the games will remain behind closed doors, clubs will get the chance to at least complete their respective home games.
🏟️ The #UEFAExCo decided that the remaining #UCL and #UEL round of 16 second-leg matches will be played at home teams’ stadiums – where they are currently playing domestic matches in their own stadiums, and where travelling is possible without restrictions for the visiting clubs. pic.twitter.com/xbhSN3Rat8— UEFA (@UEFA) July 9, 2020
The governing body’s statement read: “Consistent with the principle of sporting fairness and considering that current conditions.”
“All clubs due to play at home the return leg of the Round of 16 are currently playing the remaining matches of their domestic leagues in their own stadiums and that travelling is possible without restrictions for the visiting clubs.”
“The UEFA Executive Committee decided that the remaining UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League Round of 16 second-leg matches will be played at the home teams’ stadiums.”
“As already communicated in June, the ties FC Internazionale Milano v Getafe CF and Sevilla FC v AS Roma, whose first leg was also postponed, will be played as a single leg in Germany.”
The remaining quarter-finals semi-finals and finals will be played at neutral venues.
Portugal for the Champions League and Germany for the Europa League.