The European governing body also announced that with the games beginning on 12 August and the final taking place on 23 August the quarter and semi-finals would be reduced to one leg from normal two legs format.
All games will be divided between two stadiums with Benfica’s Estadio do Sport Lisboa and Sporting’s Estadio Jose Alvalade selected to stage the remaining matches and Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica selected to stage the final after replacing Istanbul-which was relocated to 2021.
Both Porto’s Estadio do Dragao and Guimaraes’ Estadio Dom Afonso Henriques have been selected for the remaining round of 16 games that are uncompleted eg Man City and Chelsea’s 2nd leg could take place in Portugal on 7/8 August.
The remaining European games will kick-off at 8 pm BST (9 pm CET) although there will be a draw for both the quarter and semi-finals on 10 July and should scores remain equal at the end of 90 minutes a winner will be determined on extra time and penalties.
The Europa League will follow a similar pattern in Germany with Cologne Duisburg, Dusseldorf and Gelsenkirchen all chosen to stage the remaining rounds of the second-tier European competition between August 10 and 21.
Two last 16 ties Roma vs Sevilla and Inter Milan vs Getafe have not yet played a leg and as a result will be reduced to one leg while the remaining six ties that managed to play their first legs will either take place at the scheduled stadiums if the restrictions allow, or in Germany the week before the quarter-finals.