Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Which Teams Qualified Into the 2019-20 UEFA Champions League Knockout Stages?

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The 2019-20 UEFA Champions League group stage is finally over. After six matchdays, 16 teams have moved into the knockout stages, while eight more will take part in the 2019-20 UEFA Europa League’s Round of 32, and eight have been eliminated altogether.

There were some notable surprises once everything was said and done. For instance, Atalanta mounted an impressive comeback and reached the knockout phase after losing their first three matches. Ajax have been eliminated despite earning 10 points in six games. And Red Bull Salzburg had one of the strongest attacking units in the tournament despite finishing in third place of their group.

Without further ado, here are the 16 teams that reached the knockout stages. They have been listed in the order in which they have qualified into the Round of 16.

Qualified teams for the 2019-20 UEFA Champions League Round of 16

Group A: Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid move into the Round of 16. Club Brugge move to the Europa League.

Group B: Bayern Munich and Tottenham move into the Round of 16. Olympiacos move to the Europa League.

Group C: Manchester City and Atalanta move into the Round of 16. Shakhtar Donetsk move to the Europa League.

Group D: Juventus and Atletico Madrid move into the Round of 16. Bayer Leverkusen move to the Europa League.

Group E: Liverpool and Napoli move into the Round of 16. RB Salzburg move to the Europa League.

Group F: FC Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund move into the Round of 16. Inter Milan move to the Europa League.

Group G: RB Leipzig and Lyon move into the Round of 16. Benfica move to the Europa League.

Group H: Valencia and Chelsea move into the Round of 16. Ajax move to the Europa League.

When will the draw be held?

The draw to determine how teams will matchup will be made at 12:00 in Nyon, Switzerland, on Monday.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Juan Pablo Aravena


A freelance writer and sports analyst with almost five years of experience in the industry before joining SoccerNews, Juan Pablo Aravena is based in Chile and currently contributes to several publications and websites including SoccerNews, 12up, and Sports From The Basement, while also working as a fantasy beat writer for RotoWire, as a database editor for EA Sports, and as a football analyst for SmartOdds and InsideFutbol. His areas of focus are Serie A, Bundesliga, Premier League, LaLiga, and Ligue 1, but he has also written about MLS and South American football in the past.

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