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Reigning European and German champions Bayern Munich join Real Madrid and two other clubs for the semi-final draw in the UEFA Champions League to be held in Nyon, Switzerland.

Where to Watch Live

The draw starts at 11am BST, with British Eurosport providing live coverage in the UK. Click here to watch the draw live online, via UEFA's official website.


Bayern, Real and their arch rivals and neighbours Atletico Madrid, along with last year's Europa League winners Chelsea made it to the semi-final of this season's Champions League.

The semi-final draw will be open and no teams are seeded. A team can face another team from the same association.

The side drawn first will play the first leg at home. The first leg of the semi-final clash will be played on 22/23 April, with the return leg being played a week later on 29/30 of this month.

Bayern Munich

Pep Guardiola's men made it to the last four of the Europe's elite club competition after defeating Premier League champions Manchester United in the quarter-finals. Bayern won the two-legged tie 4-2 on aggregate, with the return leg at the Allianz Arena saw the German outfit seal a 3-1 win.

Real Madrid

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The nine-time European champions had nervy moments in the second leg, after progressing to the semi-finals by defeating last season's finalist Borussia Dortmund 3-2 on aggregate. The first leg in the Spanish capital saw Real seal a 3-0 comfortable victory.

The return leg at Signal Iduna Park saw Dortmund strike twice as they came close to another semi-final clash in the last two seasons. However, Carlo Ancelotti's men were able to restrict the Bundesliga side from scoring the third goal to level the aggregate score.

Atletico Madrid

Atletico defeated last season's semi-finalist Barcelona 2-1 on aggregate. The first leg at Camp Nou ended in a 1-1 draw. However, the final leg at the Vicente Calderon saw the Spanish capital club register a narrow 1-0 victory, courtesy of Koke's goal.


The Premier League club made it to the last four of the Champions League after defeating Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain 3-3 on aggregate. The first leg saw Chelsea suffer a 3-1 defeat away from home.

However, Jose Mourinho's side were successful in turning the deficit as Demba Ba's late goal saw the Blues progress to the semi-final of the Champions League.