The complete guide to the Women's Champions League: How will the tournament work, where are the matches being played and which teams are left in the competition?

The Women's Champions League returns live on BT Sport this August. Find out everything you need to know about the mini-tournament from fixtures, coverage times and how to watch right here.

Published: 8 September 2020 - 12.16pm

The Women's Champions League returns this Friday with a nine-day festival of knockout football

Club 2020 may be nearing its conclusion but the summer staycation is only just beginning on BT Sport.

With the curtain set to fall on the men's European season, women's football is ready to take centre stage with the return of the Champions League.

Like the men's Champions League and Europa League, all remaining matches in UEFA Women’s Champions League will be played in an eight-team straight knockout format.

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What will the new structure look like?

The remaining matches will be settled across a nine-day festival of football, that will take us from the four quarter-final ties on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 August to the final on Sunday 30 August.

The quarter-finals and semi-finals will all be single-legged knockout ties.

The 2020 Women's Champions League final is set for Sunday 30 August - seven days after the men's showpiece - and will be made available for free on the BT Sport appBTSport.com and our YouTube channel.

Where will the games take place?

Restrictions around the ongoing coronavirus pandemic means every game will be played behind closed doors.

The seven remaining games, including the final, will be split between two venues in northern Spain. 

Three of the matches will be played at Athletic Bilbao's San Mamés Stadium, while the remaining four games, including the final, will take place at Real Sociedad's Anoeta Stadium.

Women's Champions League semi-finals and final

Wolfsburg v Barcelona

Time & Date

6.30pm, Tuesday 25 August

Channel

BT Sport 1HD

Venue

Anoeta, San Sebastian

PSG v Lyon

Time & Date

6.30pm, Wednesday 26 August

Channel

BT Sport 1HD

Venue

Estadio Jose Alvalade, Lisbon

Semi-final 1 winner v Semi-final 2 winner

Time & Date

6.30pm, Sunday 30 August

Channel

BT Sport 1HD

Venue

Estadio da Luz, Lisbon

Fixture

Time & Date

Channel

Venue

Wolfsburg v Barcelona

6.30pm, Tuesday 25 August

BT Sport 1HD

Anoeta, San Sebastian

PSG v Lyon

6.30pm, Wednesday 26 August

BT Sport 1HD

Estadio Jose Alvalade, Lisbon

Semi-final 1 winner v Semi-final 2 winner

6.30pm, Sunday 30 August

BT Sport 1HD

Estadio da Luz, Lisbon

All matches are available to watch on the BT Sport app for mobiles and tablets, as well as on PS4, Xbox, NOWTV, Apple TV and selected Samsung Smart TVs or live stream on BTSport.com.