Arsenal will play PSG in the Quarter-finals of the Women’s Champions League.
Arsenal will play two-time runners-up Paris Saint-Germain in the quarter-finals of the Women’s Champions League in the UEFA Women’s Champions League quarter-finals in March, with the first leg due to being played in London on the week commencing 23rd March and the second leg to take place a week later in Paris.
The Gunners reached the quarter-finals via a 6-0 aggregate win over Fiorentina in the Round of 32 and a thumping 13-2 aggregate win over Slavia Praha in the round of 16. However, they won’t have things as easy on this occasion against PSG, who were knocked out of last season’s competition by a last-minute winner from Chelsea.
Joe Montemurro‘s side will host PSG in the first leg of the quarter-final on March 24/25 before the return game in France on April 1/2.
The Gunners beat Slavia Prague 13-2 on aggregate in the round of 16, winning 5-2 away and 8-0 at home.
Lyon, who has won the Champions League for the last four years, faces Bayern Munich in the last eight and will face Arsenal if both sides make it through.
Glasgow City, who have recently sealed a 13th-straight Scottish title, will play twice-winners Wolfsburg in the quarter-finals.
If they get through, they will play either Atletico Madrid or Barcelona, who face each other in an all-Spanish tie which sees Atleti’s Toni Duggan come up against her former side.
The semi-final first legs will take place on April 25/26 with the second match on May 2/3.
The final will be played at Viola Park in Vienna on May 24.
PSG boasts talents such as 41-year old Brazilian international Formiga, German midfielder Sara Dabritz, and Chilean goalkeeper Christiane Endler. Arsenal may well be slight favorites for the tie with the bookies, but it will be a very close call.
If Arsenal goes through, they will play the winner of Lyon v Bayern Munich in the semi-final. The full draw is below:
Atletico Madrid v Barcelona
Olympique Lyonnais v Bayern Munchen Frauen
Glasgow City v Wolfsburg
Arsenal v Paris Saint Germain.