Champions League

Women's Champions League semi-final draw & how to watch

Jamie Spencer
Ada Hegerberg scored as Lyon beat Juventus 4-3 on aggregate
Ada Hegerberg scored as Lyon beat Juventus 4-3 on aggregate / OLIVIER CHASSIGNOLE/GettyImages
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The 2021/22 Women's Champions League quarter-finals have been completed, meaning there are now just four clubs left in contention to be crowned this season's European champions.

Reigning champions Barcelona eventually made light work of Real Madrid in the last eight, playing the second leg of their tie at Camp Nou in front of a new world record crowd for women's football.

Two-time Champions League winners and three-time runners-up Wolfsburg knocked out Arsenal, while Paris Saint-Germain emerged victorious over Bayern Munich.

Seven-time former winners Lyon were the last side to book their place, cruising past Juventus in the second leg of their tie to narrowly overturn a surprise aggregate deficit from the first.

There will be no semi-final draw to come, however, as it has already been done ahead of time, carried out immediately after the quarter-final draw was completed back in December.


2021/22 Women's Champions League semi-final draw

  • Barcelona vs Wolfsburg
  • Lyon vs Paris Saint-Germain

When are the Women's Champions League semi-finals?

First leg ties will be played on 23/24 April, with second legs to follow a week later on 30/31 April.

The final, for which the designated 'home' team will be the winner of the semi-final between Barcelona and Wolfsburg, will be played at the Allianz Stadium in Turin on Saturday 21 May.


How to watch the Women's Champions League semi-finals

As has been the case all season, both semi-final ties will be available to watch live for free on DAZN's UEFA Women's Champions League YouTube channel.

DAZN has provided an unprecedented level of coverage of the competition this season. There were more than 14 million views across the group stage, while 1.3m and then 1.8m people watched the first and second legs respectively of Barcelona's quarter-final win over Real Madrid.


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