All four Premier League sides have secured their place in the Champions League knockout stages and will discover their last 16 opponents today.
Holders Liverpool, last season’s runners-up Tottenham, Premier League champions Manchester City and 2012’s European kings Chelsea are all in the draw.
The Reds and City will both be seeded for the first round of knockout games while their London rivals will not.
A number of other major clubs, including Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund and Napoli, are not seeded meaning there should be some glamour ties in February.
All the teams will be dreaming of reaching the final at Istanbul’s Ataturk Olympic Stadium on May 30.
But first, they’ll have to negotiate the tricky knockout phase, starting with the last 16.
Champions League draw: Date and time
The Champions League Round of 16 draw will take place on Monday, December 16.
It will be held at 11am UK time – that’s 12pm at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.
The draw will decide who will face who in eight matches with the group winners only able to play the runner-ups.
Teams will not be drawn against clubs they faced in the group stages or from their own country so there will be no all Premier League clashes.
Champions League draw: How to watch
This draw will be live streamed via UEFA’s Champions League Twitter account.
It will also be broadcast on BT Sport 1 with their programme beginning at 10:45am.
You can also follow the draw live on talkSPORT.com with our regular updates.
Champions League draw: What teams have qualified?
Teams to qualify for the Champions League knockout stages are:
- Paris Saint-Germain
- Bayern Munich
- Manchester City
- RB Leipzig
- Borussia Dortmund
- Real Madrid
- Atletico Madrid
The first leg ties will be played on February 18/19 and February 25/26. The second legs will be held on March 10/11 and March 17/18.