Bayern and Real Madrid have met 22 times previously in the European Cup, with Carlo Ancelotti swapping dugouts since their last encounter. "This tie will be special for me," said the Italian.
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When are the games?
First leg, Munich: Wednesday 12 April
Second leg, Madrid: Tuesday 18 April
Bayern: 11 (goals 33)
Madrid: 9 (goals 31)
Past meetings (all in European Cup)
2013/14 SF: Madrid 1-0 Bayern, Bayern 0-4 Madrid (agg: 5-0 to Madrid)
2011/12 SF: Bayern 2-1 Madrid, Madrid 2-1 Bayern (agg: 3-3, Bayern win on pens)
2006/07 R16: Madrid 3-2 Bayern, Bayern 2-1 Madrid (agg: 4-4, Bayern win on away goals)
2003/04 R16: Bayern 1-1 Madrid, Madrid 1-0 Bayern (agg: 2-1 to Madrid)
2001/02 QF: Bayern 2-1 Madrid, Madrid 2-0 Bayern (agg: 3-2 to Madrid)
2000/01 SF: Madrid 0-1 Bayern, Bayern 2-1 Madrid (agg: 3-1 to Bayern)
1999/00 SF: Madrid 2-0 Bayern, Bayern 2-1 Madrid (agg: 3-2 to Madrid)
1999/00 SGS: Madrid 2-4 Bayern, Bayern 4-1 Madrid
1987/88 QF: Bayern 3-2 Madrid, Madrid 2-0 Bayern (agg: 4-3 to Madrid)
1986/87 SF: Bayern 4-1 Madrid, Madrid 1-0 Bayern (agg: 4-2 to Bayern)
1975/76 SF: Madrid 1-1 Bayern, Bayern 2-0 Madrid (agg: 3-1 to Bayern)
Did you know?
- Bayern coach Carlo Ancelotti was in charge of Madrid when the teams last met in Europe in 2014, later leading the Merengues to their tenth European title
- Madrid's 4-0 victory in Munich in 2014 is Bayern's record home defeat in Europe
- Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos and Bayern's Xabi Alonso will both be playing against former clubs
- The teams met in a friendly in New Jersey in August, Danilo scoring the only goal
Carlo Ancelotti, Bayern coach
The tie will be special for me. We have a lot of confidence and want to win the Champions League this season. I think we have the ability to beat Real Madrid, but they have a fantastic team with a fantastic coach. It will come down to details.
Philipp Lahm, Bayern captain
It's a real European classic. I've had some interesting battles with Real Madrid over the years, both at home and in Madrid. It'll be nice to be able to play at the Bernabéu once more as the atmosphere's always great there.
Xabi Alonso, Bayern midfielder
Wow! It'll be a great quarter-final between two clubs with great history. It's perhaps the most difficult draw we could've got, but any quarter-final match is difficult. Of course it's particularly special for me.
Zinédine Zidane, Madrid coach
I learned in Madrid that you need to win everything. Bayern? Good. At this stage of the competition there are no easy games. They're a hard opponent, a very good one, but they're the side we got – there's nothing we can do.
R16: Round of 16
SGS: Second group stage