What time is the Champions League last 16 draw? knockout round draw date, UK time - how to watch live on TV

The UEFA Champions League group stage comes to a close with the round of 16 draw approaching. Teams, dates of draw and how to watch on UK TV.

The group stage of the UEFA Champions League has now ended with the final matchday played this week, and the teams will now wait to find out who they will face in the round of 16 fixtures. Liverpool struggled in their opening match, losing to Napoli, but have since bounced back and will join fellow EFL teams Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur in the last 16.

Rangers and Celtic are, however, out of the next stage and Rangers now have the worst record at the UEFA Champions League having been unable to secure a single point yet concede 20 goals.

Tottenham were forced to wait until this later stage of the group round robin to find out their fate, but their 2-1 win over Marseille on Tuesday 1 November, secured their passageway to the knockout stage of the competition and that they had finished top of the group.

As the successful teams prepare for their next stage, here is all you need to know about the last 16 draw...

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When is the UEFA Champions League last 16 draw?

The draw for the round of 16 is scheduled to take place on Monday 7 November 2022. It will be held at 1pm GMT and is set to take place in Nyon, Switzerland.

How to watch the last 16 draw

The draw will be shown on BT Sport as they continue thee coverage of the UEFA Champions League fixtures. Monthly passes are available for fans hoping to watch the action with subscription costing £25/month. The UEFA website will also offer a live stream of the draw and the link will appear closer to the time.

Who will be in the last 16 draw?

The confirmed teams who have made it to the last 16 are:

  • AC Milan
  • Bayern Munich
  • Benfica
  • Chelsea
  • Club Brugge
  • Dortmund
  • Frankfurt
  • Inter Milan
  • Liverpool
  • Manchester City
  • Napoli
  • Paris Saint-Germain
  • Porto
  • Real Madrid
  • RB Leipzig
  • Tottenham

Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester City have all been confirmed as group winners while Liverpool will settle for second based on goal difference after they beat Napoli 2-0 in their final group stage fixture

What happens to third place finishers?

Those who finish third in their group have the chance to make it in the UEFA Europa League competition. They will be placed in the play-off draw along with those who finished second in their respective Europa League groups.

The teams who have now qualified for the Europa League competition are:

  • Leverkusen
  • Barcelona
  • Sporting
  • RB Salzburg
  • Sevilla
  • Juventus
  • Ajax
  • Shakhtar Donetsk

What were the final results?

This week will see the final round of group stage matches take place. Here are all the remaining fixtures to take place:

(All times shown are GMT)

Tuesday 1 November (Results):

  • Porto 2-1 Atletico Madrid
  • Leverkusen 0-0 Club Brugge
  • Bayern 2-0 Inter
  • Liverpool 2-0 Napoli
  • Marseille 1-2 Tottenham
  • Rangers 1-3 Ajax
  • Viktoria Plzen 2-4 Barcelona
  • Sporting 1-2 Eintracht Frankfurt

Wednesday 2 November:

  • Real Madrid 5-1 Celtic
  • Shakhtar Donetsk 0-4 RB Leipzig
  • Milan 4-0 RB Salzburg
  • Macacbi Haifa 1-6 Benfica
  • Copenhagen 1-1 Dortmund
  • Manchester City 3-1 Sevilla
  • Juventus 1-2 PSG
  • Chelsea 2-1 Dinamo Zagreb

When is the round of 16?

The dates have not yet been confirmed but both legs of the round of 16 matches will take place in February 2023.