Everything you need to know about the 2023 Champions League final
The route to the 2022-23 Champions League final is now clear for the eight quarter-finalists.
Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester City and Bayern Munich are all on the same side of the draw, meaning one of AC Milan, Napoli, Inter Milan and Benfica will earn a place in this season's showpiece.
As the teams begin to dream of lifting the prestigious continental trophy, we tell you all you need to know about the 2023 final.
What are the fixtures for the Champions League quarter-finals and semi-finals?
Here is the outcome of the draw for the quarter-finals and semi-finals.
Real Madrid vs Chelsea
Manchester City vs Bayern Munich
Inter Milan vs Benfica
AC Milan vs Napoli
AC Milan or Napoli vs Inter Milan or Benfica
Real Madrid or Chelsea vs Manchester City or Bayern Munich
When is the 2023 Champions League final?
The 2023 Champions League final will take place on Saturday, June 10.
This date is later than last season's showpiece, held on May 28, due to the change in the domestic football calendar thanks to the World Cup held last November and December in Qatar.
For supporters at the stadium, the game will kick-off at 10pm local time. For fans watching in the UK, the match will start at 8pm.
Where is the 2023 Champions League final?
Turkey will host the 2023 Champions League final, with the game held at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul.
The venue was opened in 2002, initially built for the country's attempt to host the 2008 Olympics, which was ultimately awarded to Beijing, China.
Home to the Turkish national team, it will be the second time the ground has held the Champions League final, having been the location for the epic 2005 encounter between AC Milan and Liverpool.
Known as the Miracle of Istanbul, the Reds came back from a 3-0 half-time scoreline to win 3-2 on penalties after extra-time.
Istanbul had been scheduled to host the 2020 showpiece, before the coronavirus pandemic resulted in the match being played at the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, Portugal.
Then in 2021, the marquee fixture was once again moved to Portugal, this time to the Estadio do Dragao in Porto.
UEFA state the stadium capacity to be over 75,000, with the venue named after Mustafa Kemal Ataturk — the first president of Turkey.
2022-23 Champions League key dates
First legs: April 11-12
Second legs: April 18-19
First legs: May 9-10
Second legs: May 16-17
Saturday, June 10