Jürgen Klopp is set to face old adversaries Bayern München for the first time with Liverpool.
Chelsea are the only team with two players in the round of 32 first-leg selection; who makes the cut?
Several leading sides claimed valuable away wins in the round of 32 first legs, but Arsenal were not among them.
Tottenham dominate the first Fantasy Football Team of the Week of the round of 16.
Second-half goals from Heung-Min Son, Jan Vertonghen and Fernando Llorente left Spurs in sight of the last eight.
Sergio Ramos has racked up his 600th Real Madrid appearance – UEFA.com pays tribute.
The holders soaked up the pressure in Amsterdam before Marco Asensio's late suckerpunch snatched victory.
Gianluigi Buffon reached another UEFA Champions League landmark on Tuesday; how does he rank among the best?
Dortmund and Spurs are set to renew a very recent rivalry. We remember their first meeting.
Nicolò Zaniolo scored his first UEFA Champions League goals on Tuesday and now has the world at his feet.
Nicolò Zaniolo struck twice to give Roma the advantage but Adrián López's reply levaes the tie delicately poised.
Ajax look to refamiliarise themselves with the knockout stage, up against holders Real Madrid.
Paris condemned Manchester United to their heaviest ever home defeat in Europe.
Legacy-building head-to-heads and a first for Cristiano Ronaldo – what links European giants Ajax and Real Madrid?
"There is no margin for error." Thibaut Courtois on the pressure of being Real Madrid No1 and the changing role of a keeper.
Iker Casillas remains out in front although Cristiano Ronaldo is threatening to catch his one-time team-mate.
Aaron Ramsey will join Juventus this summer – where does he rank among Wales's European greats?
A resurgent Manchester United welcome injury-hit Paris to Old Trafford – here's all you need to know.
What lies ahead for European giants Arsenal, Celtic, Chelsea, Fenerbahçe, Galatasaray, Internazionale and Napoli?
Ole Gunnar Solskjær hopes his side can "rediscover the Manchester United way" against Paris on Tuesday.
The three-time winner on life at "historic club" Porto and his Real Madrid memories.
Cengiz Ünder talks about his first 18 months at Roma, the language barrier and making it in the UEFA Champions League.
From Canaries to Eagles and Bhoys to Pitmen, we run through the round of 32 teams' nicknames.
Europe's top scorer: is it Robert Lewandowski, Munas Dabbur, Lionel Messi or Nõmme Kalju's Liliu?
He's an "unbelievable" dribbler who has drawn comparisons to Neymar; meet Dortmund sensation Jadon Sancho.
Cristiano Ronaldo turns 34 today having amassed an unrivalled collection of UEFA competition records; have a look.
Rated as better than Lionel Messi by fellow Brazilian great Pelé, Neymar turns 27 today. UEFA.com celebrates his achievements so far.
"Captain, leader, legend": former Chelsea skipper John Terry is this week's featured centurion.
Former Real Madrid striker Álvaro Morata has left Chelsea for Atlético.
Arsenal made light work of BATE in the 2017/18 group stage and will be looking for a similar outcome in this season's round of 32.
Galatasaray and Benfica have both moved across from the UEFA Champions League and will be keen to make an immediate impact.
Frenkie de Jong will swap Ajax for Barcelona next summer – why are so many people so excited about the 21-year-old?
Gonzalo Higuaín has scored goals wherever he has played – good news for new club Chelsea.
Celtic squeezed into the round of 32 at the last and now face a Valencia side who have never lost at this stage.
Lazio have become round of 32 regulars but face a stern test as they take on three-time UEFA Europa League winners Sevilla.
No Swedish side has reached the UEFA Europa League round of 16; to become the first, Malmö must overcome European heavyweights Chelsea.
Having won six out of six in the group stage, Eintracht Frankfurt will seek to continue their flawless campaign at new entrants Shakhtar Donetsk.
In the round of 16 for the first time since 2011/12, Lyon must now earn a first win against Barcelona to go further.
Liverpool and Bayern München each have five European titles and are meeting for the first time since 2001.
Atlético Madrid and Juventus have both lost two recent finals and now meet in a heavyweight round of 16 contest.
Schalke have not won a last-16 tie since 2010/11 as they welcome Manchester City, and old boy Leroy Sané, to Gelsenkirchen.
Rapid Wien mounted a remarkable recovery to reach the round of 32 and will be looking to continue that form as Internazionale visit.
Manchester United, under new management, welcome Paris Saint-Germain to Old Trafford for the teams' first meeting.