FC Bayern München will play Juventus and VfL Wolfsburg take on KAA Gent in the UEFA Champions League Last 16 after Monday's draw. Borussia Dortmund face Porto and Jürgen Klopp returns to Germany as FC Augsburg face Liverpool.

That's all from the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League draws here on bundesliga.com. Look back over the timeline to see how the Bundesliga clubs learned of their fate in European competition.

Schalke goalkeeper Ralf Fährmann on facing Shakhtar in the Last 32: "It'll take two good performances to go through. It could have been easier."

Bayern's Arturo Vidal on reunion with Juventus where he played 2011-2015: "I'm very happy. It'll be a great game. I still have a lot of friends in Turin."

Augsburg coach Markus Weinzierl on facing Liverpool and Jürgen Klopp

"Liverpool is a cult club, and Jürgen has a huge name in Germany. I'm happy for the whole club."

Michael Zorc, Dortmund sporting director on UEL Last 32 draw with FC Porto: "With ten points, Porto were the best team that finished third in a Champions League group. It goes without saying that it's one of the toughest draws, but also very interesting. I'm looking forward to the game and seeing our team match their opponents."

Jerome Boateng, Bayern defender, via Twitter: [Juventus] are strong opponents, they're very clever and tactically outstanding. Nevertheless, we are the favourites."


BAYERN: Juventus v Bayern Tues 23 February 2016, Bayern v Juventus, Weds 16 March 2016.

WOLFSBURG: Gent v Wolfsburg Weds 17 February 2016, Wolfsburg v Gent Tues 8 March 2016

13:34 - That's it for both draws, but stay right here for all the reaction.

13:30 - and Leverkusen get Sporting Club - so two Germano - Portuguese ties.

13:27 - Schalke against Shakhtar - a tricky one for the Royal Blues

13:22 - A return to Germany for Jürgen Klopp as Liverpool are drawn against FC Augsburg. That is huge!

13:17 - it's with a big smile that Frei pits FC Porto against BVB. That is a high-quality tie!!

13:16 - Former Switzerland international and Borussia Dortmund forward Alexander Frei, who is the UEFA Europa League final, has just pulled out his former club...

Klaus Allofs, Wolfsburg general manager, from UEFA.com: "We are very pleased. Our two clubs are meeting the teams that everyone else wanted to be drawn against. Gent are an unknown quantity, a newcomer in the Champions League. For us, this is an interesting draw, which seems doable – without taking this opponent too lightly."

The Bundesliga quartet

13:06 - Schalke, as group winners, and Leverkusen, as one of the best four third-placed finishers in the UEFA Champions League group stage, are seeded. Dortmund and Augsburg are not.


Round of 16: draw 26 February (tbc), matches 10 and 17 March

Quarter-finals: draw 18 March, matches 7 and 14 April

Semi-finals: draw 15 April, matches 28 April and 5 May

Final: 20.45CET, Wednesday 18 May, St. Jakob Park, Basel

13:02 - Now, it's time for the UEFA Europa League Last 32 draw.

Nedved: 'Bayern won't be happy'

Former Juventus midfielder Pavel Nedved, who is now an ambassador for the Italian club, told media: "Of course, everyone wanted to avoid Barcelona and Bayern, but Bayern probably are not happy to play Juve either. It will be very, very difficult [playing Bayern]. However, I do believe we have a chance."


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Bayern beat Juventus 2-0 away and home in the 2012/13 quarter-finals en route to lifting the trophy. Juventus won the first three of the teams' meetings but Bayern are unbeaten in the last five, recording four wins.

12:19 - Benfica play Zenit, Dynamo Kiev v Man City and PSV Eindhoven v Atletico Madrid

12:18 - and it's Juventus for Bayern, a real classic European tie!

12:17 - Arsenal face Barcelona

12:16 - PSG against Chelsea - the French club, knocked out by the Blues the previous campaign, won against Jose Mourinho's men last season in the Last 16.

12:14 - Roma take on Real Madrid...former Madrid legend Emiliano Butragueno is inscrutable as he makes a note of his club's opponents.

12:13 - Gent, first-time participants, are first of the runners-up out - they'll face Wolfsburg!!

12:11 - UEFA Secretary General Gianni Infantino and final ambassador Javier Zanetti, who won the Champions League with Inter Milan in 2009/10, helping defeat Bayern 2-0 in the final.

Benaglio wants Dzeko reunion

Diego Benaglio, Wolfsburg goalkeeper, on UEFA.com: "I would prefer an opponent we are capable of beating. We don't have to hide when it comes to playing Roma. Also, it would be a nice reunion with [now Roma and former Wolfsburg striker] Edin Džeko."

The pair played together during Wolfsburg's maiden UEFA Champions League campaign in 2009/10 when they failed to make it to the knockout stages.

Lewy on Bayern

Robert Lewandowski, Bayern forward, on UEFA.com: "In theory you can be the favourites, but what does it really mean? It doesn’t mean you are automatically in the next round."

Check out the Poland international's prolific season so far

Good omen for Bayern?

This year's final will be played at Milan's San Siro stadium on 28 May. The Italian city last hosted European club football's showpiece occasion at the end of the 2000/01 season. That year, a Bayern side featuring current SC Paderborn 07 coach Stefan Effenberg, triumphed in a penalty shoot-out against Valencia CF, winning the fourth of their fifth continental titles.

Who's the team you want to face?

Wolfsburg's Twitter feed asks Wolves' fans who they hope to draw...

Who can Wolfsburg face?

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Last season's Bundesliga runners-up played PSV in the group stage, so cannot meet the Dutch team again at this stage. However, they - like Bayern - can play any of the other group-stage runners-up: Paris Saint-Germain, Benfica, Juventus, Roma, Arsenal, Dynamo Kyiv, Gent

Who can Bayern face?

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The Bundesliga champions cannot face Arsenal having played them in the group stage, but could take on any of the other seven group runners-up: Paris Saint-Germain, PSV Eindhoven, Benfica, Juventus, Roma, Dynamo Kyiv, Gent

UEFA Champions League Last 16 draw - how it works

  • Group winners are in one pot, runners-up in the other
  • Teams cannot play a club they faced in the group stage nor any side from their home country
  • Group winners will play the first leg away on 16/17 or 23/24 February with the return fixture at home on 8/9 or 15/16 March
  • Quarter-final draw scheduled for 18 March at 12:00CET, semi-final draw on 15 April at 12:00CET